KOA Kampgrounds

For more than 50 years, Kampgrounds of America has been bringing family and friends together to enjoy all that the Great Outdoors has to offer. With nearly 500 locations in North America, there's bound to be a KOA clo...

Parry Sound KOA

276 Rankin Lake Road, Canada

You'll find 75 acres of natural paradise less than two hours north of Toronto in the heart of Georgian Bay Country, the world's largest freshwater archipelago - home to 30,000 islands. Settle into a spacious open or wooded site among windswept pines and nature at its finest. Feel the sun warm your soul by day, then gather by the fire and marvel at the "Near North" starry skies by night. ATV and nature trails are accessed directly from your site. Enjoy the heated pool, themed weekends, pancake breakfasts (in season), free Wi-Fi, a trampoline, mini golf, wagon rides, bingo, a new playground, two nearby sandy beaches and much more! Fishing and golfing are nearby. This KOA's staff members are happy to help reserve a cruise aboard the Island Queen or direct you to the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame. Come see how this KOA "rocks!" Pool: May 18 - September 9. Max pull thru: 90 feet. Your hosts: the Berry family.

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