Cardinal / Ottawa South Koa

44.8615194113,-75.4431313276, Canada

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This family-oriented KOA is a dream come true. You'll find sparkling clean restrooms, a heated flat-bottom pool, splash pad, Big Bouncer, small bouncer, mini putt, pirate ship and kiddies' playgrounds, climbing wall, mining station, pedal karts and an off-leash dog park. Enjoy themed weekends and planned activities during the summer. Sites are situated in a cultivated pine forest and accommodate units from tents to big rigs. All sites have picnic tables and fire pits. Stay in a cozy air-conditioned Cabin or fully equipped Deluxe Cabin. No pets allowed in Cabins and Deluxe Cabins. There is a free dumping station or a mobile pumper for a fee (no sewers on sites). Free internet. Visitors fees apply. Near Upper Canada Village, Prehistoric World and golf courses. Pool: Victoria Weekend - Labour Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 55 feet.


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