2021 SEASON UPDATE:
The Wesley Clover Parks Campground will be opening to all types of camping beginning Friday, June 17th!
If “glamping” (glamorous camping) is more your style, we offer cabins fitted out with modern conveniences, including microwaves, beds, a mini fridge, and electricity. For a truly rustic experience we also have campsites that offer nothing but the natural environment in a beautiful setting with a picnic table and a fire pit. Relax, enjoy, and watch the stars at night.
Our team here at the Wesley Clover Parks Campground has been working diligently to ensure our park is a safe space for you, your family and friends to enjoy a vacation or staycation in the great outdoors!
Step 1 (Ontario Roadmap to Reopen) – October 12th
Notice to campers affiliated with the 2021 Trillium Champions: Please contact our campground team directly at [email protected] to book your stay. A limited number of campsites have been reserved for the Trillium Championships until July 31st.
- Accessible facilities and barrier free accommodationsare available, please contact us for additional information
- Most sites are services with electricity and water, and can easily accommodate motorhomes up to 45 feet
- Private sites have their own picnic table and fire pit. To check if a Fire Ban is currently in effect click here.
- Shower facilities and flush toilets are conveniently located throughout the campground
- Complimentary use of our sanitary dump station for registered campers, hook-up not supplied (subject to $22.00+HST fee for those who are not registered campers)
- Complimentary use of Wi-Fi hotspots for registered campers
- Pavilion and common picnic area
- Public transportation nearby, click here to access the OC Transpo Travel Planner
- Ice and firewood available for purchase
All Cabins are Equipped With:
- Beds to sleep 4 with mattresses
- Mini fridge
- Ceiling fan
- Picnic table
Ticks are most often-found in forests and wooded areas but they can also live in shrubs, tall grass and leaves. By taking precautions you can enjoy the great outdoors! Visit http://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/lyme-disease.aspxfor more information about ticks and preventing Lyme disease.