RV camping, fun family summer activities in Oxford County, Ontario, Canada

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Canada’s Maritime Provinces are a top regional destination on many RVers’ bucket list for the summer and autumn.  These Canadian provinces of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick include “a cluster of peninsulas and islands that form the northeastern extension of the Appalachian Highlands and are also significantly affected by the Atlantic Ocean.”

For RVers making their way to Canada’s Maritime Provinces this summer, consider going through Oxford County in the southwest portion of Ontario.  It is only about two hours from United States border crossings at Buffalo, Detroit and Port Huron.

For a list of fun summertime family activities, click on “Summer festivals in Oxford County, Ontario” posted on RVShortStops.com

Oxford County Campgrounds

Camping, hiking, swimming, birding, paddling, fishing and many children’s activities are available at four campground destinations in Oxford County in Ontario, Canada.

–  Happy Hills Resort is located within Oxford County and the heart of South Western Ontario.  There are 135 acres with 500 shaded campsites, all complete with electric, water and sewage hook-ups and other camping amenities.  – See more by clicking here.

Long Point Region Conservation Authority offers outdoor adventure at five LPRCA conservation areas. “Visit for the day or enjoy a camping getaway. Fishing, canoeing, swimming, picnic areas and special events.” See more by clicking here.

Wildwood Conservation Area is a 3,500 acre outdoor playground located in the north part of Oxford County, where your family can camp and venture into the woods hiking, birding and mountain biking, along with boating and swimming.

Pittock Conservation Area “We offer something for everyone,” according to their Website, “great programs at the Recreation Centre, trails, playgrounds, canoe/kayak rentals, splash pad, disc golf, pool, off-leash dog area and excellent fishing and boating opportunities on the reservoir. Find more information by clicking here.

Julianne G. Crane

Photo: Seems like most kids love to fish, and camp.  (TourismOxford.com)

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