St. Lawrence Park Campground

Address
525 King St. West, Brockville, Ontario, Canada
Telephone
(613) 345-1341 (seasonal)
St. Lawrence Park is located on the western outskirts of the City of Brockville on King St. West/County Road #2 overlooking the St. Lawrence River. Its waterfront location makes it a scenic and relaxing place to camp, picnic, spend time at the beach or just enjoy the colourful watercraft on the river.

Ten non power sites plus ten power sites with both power and water hookup. Dumping station on site. Reservations are recommended however "always room" for self-supported cyclists on greenspace areas. Shower and laundry facilities available to campers.

Lifeguards are on duty daily at the sandy beach, weather permitting, in the summer period.

Washrooms, change room and a canteen are in operation from June through to Labour Day.

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