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Campgrounds in the GTA between Lake Erie and lake Ontario. Towns and cities in the region are Grimsby, Vineland, Jordan, St. Catherines, Niagara-on-the-lake, Queenston, Niagara falls, Fort Erie, Welland, and Port Colboorne.

Discover Canada's biggest and most exhilarating urban centre with galleries, museums and theatres that rival the best in the entire world. Visit culturally diverse neighborhoods’ with diverse shops and restaurants serving delicious dishes from all corners of the world. Follow the Lake Ontario shoreline to Botanical Gardens and stimulate your mind with over 50 collections of magnificent blossoms. Hop aboard a classic streetcar or ride historic railways through a fall colours. Merge the best of city and rural life on a holiday in this region - l referred to as the GTA (Greater Toronto Area).

Toronto Ontario Camping & Campgrounds  Cedar Beach Trailer and RV Resort
Beautiful Cedar Beach, conveniently located less than an hour’s drive from Toronto offers ideal accommodations for group picnics, overnight tent/RV camping and seasonal stay trailer camping. Situated on the sandy shore of Musselman’s Lake where young and old alike can enjoy a host of recreational facilities: Swimming and sunbathing on the recently renovated two tier beach, Fishing, canoe, kayak and paddleboat rentals, Fully Licensed Restaurant and Patio,  2 swimming pools, hot tub and newly added splash pad and much much MORE!  41 tent sites with both power and water hook-ups.  519 fully serviced sites.
Toronto campgrounds Ponderosa Campground
A Popular Toronto Area Camping Facility for Over 30 Years.  Since that time, we have built our Campground by offering good, clean facilities, a friendly atmosphere, a good Recreation Program and a clean and safe environment. While the Campground is quite large, we have tried to maintain an opportunity for you to discover and enjoy nature. We keep as many trees as possible, have lots of room for you to walk or ride a bike, and encourage you to have a safe campfire. The campground is patrolled by a security guard at night to keep you safe and to ensure our quiet times are adhered to by all campers.