Glengarry Campground is named for Glengarry County, an area originally settled by the Scottish who sought refuge here. They came from the colony of New York during the American Revolution and, in 1786 and 1788, direct from the Highlands where they had lost their old homes to the intruding sheep during the Highland Clearances.
Dates of Operation
Please see each location for the scheduled programming activities, which may differ at each campground. Weekly flyers will be made outlining the planned activities for that weekends programming sessions.
- 17 Premium Waterfront Sites
- 101 Regular Sites
- 37 Sites with Electrical Hook-ups
- 27 Recreation Vehicle Sites (with water & electricity)
- Comfort Station
- Trailer Dumping Station
- Food Concession
- Boat Launching
- Extended Stay Camping
- Playground Facilities
- Self-Guided Trails
- Interpretive Programs
- Children's Programming
- Nearby shopping in Lancaster
- Nearby shopping in Cornwall
- Cycling on the St. Lawrence Recreation Trail
- Approximately 45 minutes from Upper Canada Village
- Click here for a summary of the Parks Rules. For a complete description, please refer to the St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) Act.
- 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.