Glengarry Campground is named for Glengarry County, an area originally settled by the Scottish who sought refuge here.
Less than an hour west of Montreal, Glengarry Park and Beach is located on the tranquil shores of Lake St. Francis on the St. Lawrence. Across the river you can see the majestic spires of Saint- Anicet and in the distance the imposing Adirondack Mountains.
Some 183 campsites are situated among a towering stand of old growth pine. The park features a sandy beach that arcs around a sheltered bay, with boat launch facilities.
New this year are three camper cabins located near the beach.
The region is an angler’s paradise, boasting some of the best bass and carp fishing anywhere. In fact, in July of 2010 the largest bass in North America was caught just offshore.
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The region is an angler's paradise, boasting some of the best bass and carp fishing anywhere!
Please see each location for the scheduled programming activities, which may differ at each campground.
- Seasonal Camping NEW!
- 3 Camper Cabins available
- 16 Premium Waterfront Sites (no services)
- 102 Regular Sites (no services)
- 37 Electric-only Sites (15 amps)
- 27 Recreation Vehicle Sites (with water and 30 amps electricity)
- Trailer Dumping Station
- Retail Store/Registration
- Children's Programming
Click here for a list of beaches that are currently posted. Each posting has a description of the beach water quality which helps determine wheter specific locations are suitable for swimming.
- Nearby Shopping in Lancaster
- Nearby Shopping in Cornwall
- Approximately 45 minutes from Upper Canada Village
- Cycling on the Waterfront Trail
Click here for a summary of the Parks Rules. For a complete description, please refer to the St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) Act.
Be tick smart this summer. Click here for more information.
20800 South Service Road, Lancaster, Ontario K0C 1N0
10 km east of Cornwall, Ontario, on County Road 2.
Take South Service Road (before overpass at Lancaster) and travel east Alternatively, take Exit 814 on Highway 401 and go east on South Service Road