Canada is filled with some truly breathtaking land. For travelers who want to experience that natural splendor up close and personal, camping is the obvious way to do it. There are a variety of camping options available, so camping trips can be tailored specially to the wants and needs of the people camping. For example, serious campers can camp in the backcountry with just a backpack on their back while people who desire a more comfortable camping experience can rent a motor home or use a campsite that is equipped with amenities such as toilets, showers and drinkable water. If you’re interested in going on a camping trip in Canada, here are some of the many beautiful campsites across the country.
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KOK Campground – This campsite is located in Caissie Cape in New Brunswick. This site features several amenities including a Laundromat, showers, bathrooms, a store and playground. There are several activities going on daily here, including bonfires, exercise classes and crafts for kids. In addition to all these amazing amenities and activities is the beauty of the nearby beaches. Caissie Cape Beach is a five minute walk away, and there are several other beaches such as Gallant Beach at Caissie Cape Wharf and Cap de Cocagne Beach at Cap de Cocagne Wharf just a few minutes drive away. Low tides are posted in the store three days in advance so campers can plan their trips to the beach accordingly. There’s also a heated swimming pool on the campsite that you can take advantage of if you don’t enjoy getting sand in your pants. Learn more about this campsite at www.kokcampground.com.
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1000 Islands/Kingston KOA – This campsite is located in Kingston, Ontario, which sits right at the junction of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. At this campsite you’ll have access to various amenities, activities and attractions. This campsite is definitely one of the cushier ones, what with available wifi, on-site catering, sundecks and pools, planned tours and miniature golf. If you’re looking to connect with nature though, it’s just a few minutes away at the nearby lakes. You can either fish or take a boat trip to the stunning 1000 Islands. There’s also the Rideau Canal Waterway and Locks, one of the most scenic waterways in North America, which consist of a series of lakes and rivers connected by canals. Find out more by visiting www.koa.com/campgrounds/kingston.
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Nipawin and District Regional Park – This park is located in Nipawin, Saskatchewan. There are 111 campsites within this park, all surrounded by lush forests of birch, pine and tamarack. You can choose to pitch a tent, hook up your RV or rent a cabin or houseboat. This park doesn’t offer sophisticated amenities, but all campsites have access to showers and bathrooms as well as firewood. Full service sites that have water, sewer and power are also available. One excellent nearby attractions is Tobin Lake, one of the most popular fishing sites in all of Saskatchewan. Get more information about these campsites at http://www.nipawin.com/regionalpark/camping.html.