Reviews for Glen Rouge Campground

| Bien situé , tranquille ,propre

By user-6728831... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-08-22 to 2015-08-23

Endroit propre, employés courtois Beaucoup de commodité Bon tarif Nous étions avec notre vr de 32 pieds et avec 3 enfants Nice place, quiet, clé an

| Canada's urban national park

By user-5003527... on 2017-10-23.

On the border of Toronto and Pickering. The park has good access from highway 401. The park is not huge like most other parks in Ontario and until a couple of years back was run by the city of Toronto. There are good walking trails and the facilities are well maintained and have been recently been upgraded.

| Close to Toronto. Little for kids to do.

By user-5799867... on 2017-10-23.

It's close to downtown Toronto. Huge sites, no sewage on site. Not much for kids. The park consist of 2 baby swings and 2 kids swings. Oh, don't forget the dirt hill.... Literally a dirt hill. No fire rings, just a hole dug in the ground. Must brings: Extension cord Water pressure reducer (I ran 2 inline with no issues, others with one were still complaining) Firewood $12 a bag

| Large grassed sites but no sewer hookup

By user-4758444... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-22 to 2018-06-25

Easy to book on line. Beautiful large grassed sites available. Interior roads all paved. Water pressure fairly high.

| I can't live without WiFi

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

We selected this park specifically because they claimed to have WiFi service. Well, they don't. It doesn't work and hasn't worked for nearly a year. We stayed only one night instead of three, then we got only a partial refund for two nights we didn't stay. They lied, we did nothing wrong, but we got punished for their failure to deliver.