CAMPING RESERVATION & GENERAL POLICIES

Reservation Rules

  • There is a NON-REFUNDABLE fee of $13.00 (phone or in-person) or $11.00 (online internet) for each reservation made, which is payable at the time your reservation is confirmed.
  • A reservation can be changed or cancelled up to 24 hours prior to 2:00 pm on day of arrival.  The fee for changes and cancellations is $12.00 per occurrence.
  •  Campers are considered no-shows as of 8:00 pm on the day of arrival unless arrangements have been made directly with the park for late arrival.
  • A two (2) night minimum stay is required on holiday weekends.
  • The number of Additional Vehicles permitted is limited to one and it will have to be parked in a separate “designated” parking area away from your campsite.
  • Multiple reservations in the same name for the same time period are not allowed.  Reservations must be made in the name of the person who is arriving to pick up the camping permit.  Reservations cannot be assigned from one person to another person at the time of arrival.  If a name change is required please contact the toll free park number and the $12.00 change fee will apply.

Refund Policies

  • No refunds are permitted for less than 24 hours notice and no-shows.
  • Refunds will not be issued for a shortened stay unless deemed a family catastrophe.  A refund application must be completed and forwarded to the Corporate Office for processing.

Campsite Policies

  • Maximum of 2 pieces of shelter equipment plus one dining shelter/tarp per campsite where space permits.  Only one piece of shelter equipment can be a tent trailer, house trailer, motor home, or self-propelled camping unit.
  • Maximum of 6 people per campsite.  
  • Campsite check-in time is 2:00 pm and check-out time is before 2:00 pm.
  • Campers must not deface, damage, destroy or remove any property, plants, animals or natural objects in conservation areas. This includes the cutting of live branches and the use of dead wood in surrounding area for firewood.
  • Drinking or possessing alcohol off your registered campsite or as prohibited by a total alcohol ban is not permitted.  Alcohol ban in effect Victoria Day long weekend.
  • The use of motorized vehicles will be confined to the areas as designated and must conform to the Highway Traffic Act.
  • Excessive noise at any time or disturbing other people is prohibited.
  • Fireworks are strictly prohibited.
  • Hunting is permitted in designated areas only.
  • This reservation is subject to the Conservation Authorities Act, Ontario Regulations 109/90.

Group Camping

  • Reservations must be made at each individual park.
  • Groups who plan to use any of LPRCA's lands or facilities must make a reservation to ensure there is no conflicting use.
  • Group camping reservation should be made at least 2 weeks in advance.
  • Minimum of 20 people required for a group campsite.
  • Group camping is at the discretion of the Park Supervisor. 

Firewood Alert

Please help us protect our forests.  Moving firewood, even just a few kilometres away can spread invasive insects such as the Emerald Ash Borer to our forests.  If bringing firewood into the conservation area please buy and burn local firewood only.  Firewood can be purchased at your conservation area.  Any remaining firewood shall not leave the conservation area.

Visitors

  • All visitors to the campground must purchase a day use pass and park in designated parking areas.  Visitors are admitted during the normal hours of the park.
  • Hours may be restricted at other times at the discretion of the Supervisor/Designate.
  • Visitors must vacate property by 11:00 pm nightly.

Pavilion Rentals

  • Call the park to inquire about booking a pavilion.
  • The Park Supervisor must approve, prior to set-up, all signs and decorations for locations, as well as method of installation.
  • No amplified music permitted.

General Information

  • Beach and swimming areas are unsupervised. Use at your own risk. Parents/Guardians are responsible for their child's safety.
  • No refunds unless authorized by the LPRCA Administration office.
  • Campers must pay to visit other conservation areas.
  • A Season Pass (vehicle and/or camping) is not transferable.
  • Seasonal campsites are not transferable nor are they to be sublet.

Regulations

Campfires - Fires are to be built in designated areas only and only to a maximum of 1 metre in height. Municipal fire bans and restrictions are to be followed. 

Litter - Place your garbage in containers provided. Campsites must be kept clean and tidy at all times.

Pets - Please keep your pets under control and on a leash not ex­ceeding 2 metres at all times.  You are asked to clean up after your pet. Pets are not allowed on the beach or in swim­ming areas.

Vending - Vending, soliciting and advertising are not allowed, except by written permission of the LPRCA.

Regulations Policy as covered under the
"Trespass to Property Act" and “Conservation Authorities Act”

Property - Do not deface, damage, destroy or remove any property, plants, animals or natural objects in conservation areas. This includes the cutting of live branches and the use of dead wood in surrounding area for firewood.

Alcohol - Drinking or possessing alcohol off your registered campsite or as prohibited by a total alcohol ban is not permitted.

Driving - Please observe the speed limits posted throughout the con­servation areas. Operating motor vehicles in violation of the Highway Traffic Act or the Conservation Authorities Act is not permitted.

Additional Vehicle - One vehicle is included with your campsite fee.  One addi­tional vehicle is allowed but an additional vehicle permit must be purchased and the vehicle may have to be parked in a separate designated parking area away from your campsite.

Quiet Time - No excessive noise at any time or engaging in activities which disturb other registered patrons. Quiet time is 11:00 pm — 8:00 am. Please turn off your radios and re­frain from making unnecessary noise. Visiting hours are posted at the gate.

Conduct - Rowdy behaviour, including excessive noise and obscene language will not be tolerated. No abuse of a LPRCA em­ployee or registered patron in a conservation area.

Hunting/Fireworks - Fireworks are not permitted on Authority prop­erty. Hunting is permitted in designated areas only. Contact the LPRCA for information regard­ing hunting on conservation authority lands.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact our staff. A compre­hensive set of regulations is available upon request at the gatehouse.

EVERY PERSON WHO IS NOT ACTING UNDER A RIGHT OR AUTHORITY CONFERRED BY LAW AND ENGAGES IN AN ACTIVITY ON PREMISES WHEN THE ACTIVITY IS PROHIBITED UNDER THIS ACT, IS GUILTY OF AN OFFENCE, AND UPON CONVICTION IS LIABLE TO A FINE OF NOT MORE THAN $2,000.

(Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1990 CH. C. 27)

Notice of Collection of Personal Information

Pursuant to section 29(2) of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Individual Privacy Act, 1990 the personal information collected under the legal authority of the Conservation Authorities Act, R.S.O. 1990 c. 27, and is used to issue the permit for administrative and statistical purposes.  Questions about his collection of personal information should be direct to the General Manager, Long Point Region Conservation Authority, 4 Elm St., Tillsonburg ON N4G 0C4, Telephone (519) 842-4242.

The LPRCA assumes no responsibility whatsoever for personal injury or loss or damage to vehi­cles or personal property of any kind.