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If you have never had the chance to visit the beauty, the majesty, the serenity and the fun of the camping grounds in Ontario it is high time you made your travel plans. You are going to find that Ontario camp grounds are some of the best in Canada, with sunsets that have been ranked among the best on the planet. National Geographic actually placed the sunsets in certain places in Ontario among the top 10 in the world. It is simply time for you to visit the amazing attractions and unmatched beauty of Ontario camp grounds.

The private campgrounds near Sauble Beach are some of the most renowned summer beaches that are settled beside the beautiful Lake Huron. Camping near Sauble Beach is one of the best ways to turn your summer into one for the ages.

You will find one of the most exciting back-country hiking and camping experiences at the campgrounds near Kawartha. Camping near Kawartha will allow you to see some of the most crystal clear starry skies that are completely void of light pollution from neighboring cities and towns.

If you decide to visit the campgrounds near Muskoka you will be near some of the most visited attractions in Southern Ontario such as; Lady Muskoka Boat Cruises, Kirby's Beach, the Trans-Canada Trail and Golf at both Kirrie Glen Golf and Muskoka Highlands Golf. Camping near Muskoka is great for all ages, but golfers are going to especially fall in love with the area. If you visit the campgrounds near Grand Bend you will be placing yourself within the scope of one of the most bio-diverse and rare eco-systems in Ontario. You can view over three-hundred species of birds and over eight-hundred plant species. You can visit the ever-popular Pinery Provincial Park and go bird watching and camping near Grand Bend.

You can visit the single longest stretch of freshwater beach in the world at the campgrounds near Wasaga Beach. Camping near Wasaga Beach will place you within a few minutes of the Nancy Island Historic Site.

Camping is one of the areas most popular activities so the campgrounds near Algonquin are constantly packed. If you plan on camping near Algonquin, it is best to always plan ahead and make reservations to see the areas unique lakes and waterways.

The campgrounds near Sandbanks have three beautiful sandy beaches and are home to the worlds largest Baymouth Barrier Dune formation. Camping near the Sandbanks area will also allow you access to some of the areas best nature and bird watching activities.

Camping near Grey Bruce will allow you and your family access to some of the best hiking trails in the area and the campgrounds near Grey Bruce offer four different types of camping from back-country camping to yurt camping beside Cyprus Lake.

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Ontario is Niagara Falls. The campgrounds near the Niagara community are among the most visited in the region. Camping near Niagara will allow you access to a massive amount of family-friendly activities and entertainment.

Camping near Collingwood will bring you to the base of the Blue Mountain and the Blue Mountain Village. You can find some really unique artisans and shops at the campgrounds near Collingwood and the Blue Mountain Village.