Availability of the Reservation Service: The Lancaster Park Outdoor Resort Reservation Service is available to all campers on-line from April to October 24 hours a day.
Reservations are based on availability.
Cancellations: Cancellations of long weekend reservations result in no refund***Cancellations of dates made within 15 days of date of arrival result in no refund***Cancellations made between between 15 and 30 days or longer before check-in time of the camper’s scheduled date of arrival will result in a partial refund.
The total camping fees of your reservation is payable at the time your reservation is confirmed. Campers may make more than one reservation during one call or session however the full camping fees are due for each reservation.
Check-in time is after 2pm; early arrivals may pay a fee of $10.00. Check-out time is 12 noon; for campers wishing to stay longer; a fee of $10 is required before staying past check out time (based on availability). Campers must inform the campground of late arrivals.
No more than five people (a single-family group of parents and children under 18) can occupy a campsite. One car per camping site.
Pets must be registered during the reservation process (please read our pet policy)
Lancaster Park Outdoor Resort is independently owned and operated and you should read our rules, regulations and policies prior to completing your reservation. They are posted on the website.
Camping fees: Fees paid at the time of reservation are for the campsite only and the stated number of campers and pets; and do not include charges for visitor entry or additional campers into the campground. Guests visiting your campsite will be required to pay a Visitor Entry Fee. The fee for one vehicle is included in your campsite reservation and your vehicle must be parked in line with your trailer as to not to block the view of other campers. An extra vehicle may not be parked on your site but parked in the visitor parking section.
Reservations over the phone can be paid by Visa or MasterCard only.
Reservations are non-transferable.
Campers making reservations must be 25 years of age or over. If a camper is under 25 years of age and makes a reservation it will not be honoured when they arrive at the campground, and all fees paid will be forfeited. We are a family based campground and do not cater to groups of young adults.
Authorization number: An authorization number will be provided at the end of every completed phone reservation.
Late arrivals and no shows: If you are unable to reach your destination by 9:00 p.m. on the day of your scheduled arrival but you still wish to retain your reservation, please contact the campground office and leave a message. The telephone number for the campground is: 613 347 3452. Camping fees will be payable on all nights’ reserved prior to the camper’s arrival at the campground.
Campers who have not arrived at the campground by 9:00 am on the day following their scheduled arrival and who have not contacted the campground to inform us of their late arrival will be deemed a no-show.
Long weekends: Please see section 3 for information on Long Weekend cancellations. Long weekends are Victoria Day (May), Canada Day (June/July), Ontario August Civic (August), Labour Day (September) and Canadian Thanksgiving (October).
Short List of Campground Regulations
Camping site check out is 12 noon; cabin checkout time is 11am
(but ask if you can stay later, we may be able to accomodate you)
Speed limit is 10km in the campground.
Visitors can park and pay the visitor entry fee at the front gate. Unfortunately, they may not bring in any pets nor drive in.
One car per site. Extra vehicles incur a fee and must park in visitor parking.
Outside firewood is not permitted to be brought into the campground due to federal regulations (to prevent the spread of invasive species and disease).
Do not circulate in the park with your vehicle; golf carts are not permitted.
Fireworks or firearms are not permitted.
Fishing is only permitted on 2 empty docks.
Do not enter or fish off the boat dock system.
Please dispose of your garbage every day and at the end of your stay as it will attract wildlife.
Do not feed the geese, ducks or seagulls on the beach as they soil our waterfront.
Wireless hotspot is at the restaurant and hall.
It is against Provincial law to walk around the campground with beer bottles, cans or alcohol. Alcohol consumption AND now smoking must be confined to within your campsite. No glass containers anywhere. Drink responsibly.
No lifeguard is on duty at the beach. Parents or guardians must supervise children under 16. No pushing or boisterous play.
Children under 7 years of age are to be accompanied by an adult to the washroom. Youth under 17 years of age are to be on an adult supervised site by 10:00pm.
Quiet Time: 10:00pm to 8:00am. No loud music/noise at any time. Anyone causing a disturbance will be asked to leave the campground immediately.
Overnight security guard Friday Saturday and Sunday nights; gated campground
Pet Related Rules & Responsibilities
All pets must be registered within our reservation system and checked in during the check-in/arrival process.
All pets must be on a leash not exceeding 2 metres (6 feet) in length at all times.
Pets must be kept under control at all times.
Pets are not permitted to make excessive noise or disturb others. Excessive noise from a barking dog which disturbs fellow campers is a top complaint. Pets, especially dogs, should not be left alone on campsites to bark and disturb surrounding campers. The management considers this excessive noise and will ask you to remove your pet(s) from the campground.
·Pets are not permitted in prohibited areas including: on or near the beach; playground; waterfront; sports field; restaurant; Pioneer Hall; waterfront patio; washrooms; laundry room.
Pets are not permitted to cause injury (including damaging live vegetation).
Pet owners are required to properly dispose of domestic animal excrement. When walking your pet, carry a bag at all times.
Area where you can run/walk your dog: is at the far North East corner of the campground. The trail to that area is across the main road across from the front office.
Pets are considered dogs, cats, and some forms of caged vermin or caged birds. To be specific, domesticated wild animals, domesticated farm animals, reptiles and such are not permitted within our campground.