7450 Kingston Rd
Toronto, ON M1B 5S3
Date Visited: July 2019
Site: #14, BACK-IN, ELECTRIC AND WATER HOOKUPS, 30 amp (DUMP STATION)
We paid: $55 Canadian per night
Review: This campground is in a county/regional park (TRCA), located adjacent to the new Rouge National Urban Park, but still under the jurisdiction of the TRCA, as of this writing. Though it is technically in the Toronto city limits, you would never know that once you drive into the park.
Sites are on grass (somewhat unlevel) with lots of shade, next to the river, with a lot of space, though there are not many trees between campsites. It’s a lovely natural setting, and though you are close to the freeway, you really don’t hear it.
There is a hiking trail from the campground (Mast Trail) that connects with the Vista Trail we also traveled (that starts near the Welcome Center by the Toronto Zoo).
Black squirrels and many birds call this campground home, and our cats loved it! We would definitely stay here again if we were in the Toronto area.