Windmill Point Park & Family Campground

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2409 Dominion Rd, Ridgeway, Ontario, Canada, L0S1N0
Telephone
905-894-2809
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Escape to a quiet yet fun filled experience with us! Our friendly staff welcomes you to enjoy our facilities from May 1 - October 15th.
Our 45-acre gated community campground and day park offers a beautiful clean 12 acre spring fed quarry, 10 acres of non-serviced tent camping, 110 RV sites which include 95 seasonal, 11 overnight RV electric & water sites and 4 electric only sites.

We offer clean modern washrooms with free hot showers and flush toilets, 30 amp service, dump station (no sewer), mobile pump-out service ($), Laundromat($), 12 acre spring fed quarry, swimming, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, splash zone, paddleboats ($), beach, horseshoes, volleyball, bocce ball, firewood, snack bar, playground, pavilion, events tent, wheelchair accessible, movies under the stars, Free limited WI-FI. We are pet friendly!

The paved The Trans Canada Friendship Trail is at our door step, for walk & cycle.
Reservations require one night non-refundable deposit. Visa, M/C, AmEX or Debit cards accepted. Check in 12pm to 6pm & check out 11am.
Near by attractions: Golf, Fort Erie Racetrack, Casinos, Bingo, Boutiques, Historic museums, Wineries, Canal Locks, Lake Erie, Niagara Falls, marinas and Buffalo-USA Border.

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