Relax and unwind in the famous Robin's Roost Treehouse! Sip coffee on the wrap-around deck, grill fresh hamburgers on the barbecue, or simply relax on the private beach. Uniquely situated in the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary, this is a nature lovers oasis and the perfect escape from your busy life!
The cabin sleeps 6 comfortably, with a master loft, a spare bedroom, and a futon. Your oasis is complete with a private beach, outdoor shower, indoor two-piece bathroom, a barbecue, coffee machine and a canoe!
Guests must bring their own blankets and dishes.
Enjoy nature’s sights and sounds from the comfort of our cozy camping cabins. Offered at most of our campgrounds, the cabins sleep up to 6 campers and offer you all the features of traditional camping with the luxury of a roofed accommodation. Furnished with beds, mattresses, refrigerator, microwave, and your very own barbecue (propane provided) – you’ll be camping in style!
Waterfront cabin (1) at Mille Roches Campground and (2) at Woodlands campground that feature a queen bed and a futon bed complete with mattresses. It also includes a bar refrigerator, a microwave and a charcoal barbecue (charcoal NOT provided). All you need to bring are bedding (sleeping bags or bed linens), cooking, charcoal, and eating utensils and personal items.
The cabins accommodate up to a maximum of four people. Pets are only allowed in the Chipmunk Mini Cabin. All cabins are non-smoking. Regular park rules apply.
Located in a private area on Woodlands Island within the Long Sault Parkway, the Family Lodge has three bedrooms which sleep up to 10 people, a small kitchen and bathroom with shower facility. Two 30 Amp RV sites are close-by and can be booked at the same time as the lodge, making it the perfect location for extended family get-togethers.
The Family Lodge is pet friendly. Note there is a nightly fee for the dog of $28.72 per night per dog, plus HST. All cabins/lodge are non-smoking. Regular park rules apply.
If you are a first time camper, and you aren't sure what you need to bring, it's pretty similar to any vacation or overnight trip with a few exceptions taking into consideration the outdoor nature of your experience.
View some of the need-to-knows below to help you plan your camping vacation at the Parks of the St. Lawrence.
View a list of some of the commonly used items for campers at the Parks of the St. Lawrence campgrounds that will ensure you make the most out of your camping vacation.
We all love a beautiful sunny day at the campsite or the beach, but it is important to protect yourself and your family from the potential dangers of excessive sun exposure. Follow these tips to avoid the dangers and maximize your outdoor experience.
Life jackets and personal flotation devices (PFDs) come in a variety of shapes, colors, sizes and materials. Some are made to be more rugged and last longer while others are made to protect you from cold water.
A first aid kit can be a valuable to your camping vacation at the St. Lawrence Parks campgrounds. View this list of essential items to keep in your first aid kit.
There are no more extended stay camping sites available for the 2023 season.
St. Lawrence Parks offer seasonal camping opportunities at many of the incredible campgrounds along the St. Lawrence River. Choose a lot for the entire season and take advantage of the great deals and offers that go along with it.
Staying with the Parks of the St. Lawrence as an Extended Stay Camper comes with a variety of other benefits:
Reservations for Extended Stay campsites will open in early 2024:
Without HST (13%)
Including HST (13%)
Two service – 30 amp + water
Waterfront – one service (water)
Electric 15 amp
Two Service - 30 amp + water (Glengarry & RSC)
Two Service - 30 amp + water (McLaren & Farran)
Two service – 15 amp + water
Two service – 50 amp + water
Yes. Dogs are allowed camping as long as they are leashed at all times. Dogs are not allowed within any of our beaches. Please view the Park Rules for additional information.
Active fire bans will be posted by local municipalities and local fire departments. The campgrounds will likely have this information posted within the registration offices!
Yes. You are able to launch your boat at any given campground. However, docking is not permitted, and your boat must be kept in the campground’s overflow parking lot.
Ivy Lea campers have the option to dock their boat for the duration of their stay.
All the filling and dumping stations are marked on the respected campground maps.
Campers can park at their campsite. A camping permit includes the parking of one vehicle per campsite. Each additional vehicle requires a permit. Please view the Park Rules for additional information.
The maximum number of tents per site is 3. If you have a trailer, you are allowed an additional 2 tents on the lot. Yes, you can set up your tent on a serviced lot. Please view the Park Rules.
The maximum amount of people per site is six (6), including children. Visitors are allowed during the day but cannot stay the night. Please view the Park Rules.
Every basic campsite includes a picnic table and a firepit. Serviced lots also include electricity and/or water.
Wireless internet is available at select campgrounds.