I’m a blogger.

Translation: I am always plugged in.

Well, almost always. I try to make a point of putting away the phone, the tablets and the computers and just enjoying  the moments while we are vacationing, and especially when we are enjoying affordable Ontario camping.

There is no Instagram photo that can replace the feeling of catching a fish with your child. A selfie can never replace a family photo, and tweeting the fun is just not the same as living it. Sometimes we have to just experience things without recording them digitally.


Ontario family vacations are the perfect getaway with family when you need to unplug and get away from the noise. There is nothing like roasting wieners over the fire and listening to the embers burn. It is true relaxation! Whether you are looking for a place to park your RV, a vacation home to rent, or a rental cottage for the week, Carefree Resorts in Ontario is available to you all year long.

With 15 RV Resorts and Campgrounds in Ontario, you have the opportunity to enjoy cool summer living amidst the natural beauty of Ontario, local lakes and attractions. Thanks to Carefree, you can make camping memories that will last a lifetime with warm days, cool nights, campfires, s’mores, arts & crafts, music, and much more.

On the beautiful sandy shores of Lake Erie, Sherkston Shores resort offers 560 acres of beautiful landscape, topped off with two and a half miles of sandy beachfront. Keep yourself busy with pools, waterslides, splash pad and a quarry stocked with fish. Just 90 minutes away from the Greater Toronto Area and mere minutes away from the US border, Sherkston Shores is a fabulous vacation alternative that offers so much more. RV sites, rustic cabins and a range of vacation cottages are available for rent.

Located just 20 miles of both Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan — Willowood is a top destination for both U.S. and Canadian families. We have 329 RV sites with fire rings as well as cabin and park model rentals available.

Willowood family-friendly grounds feature a playground, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, an outdoor movie theater and miniature golf course. Our guests keep cool relaxing and swimming in our large pool, our kiddie pool and our splash pad area. There’s even an arcade room to entertain the kids on rainy days. We also pride ourselves on providing a whirlwind social calendar that includes story time, chocolate bar bingo, crafts, potlucks, dances and movies. And don’t forget to take a hay ride with our Carefree characters – Benny Beaver and Suzie Squirrel.

From now until June 31st, Carefree is offering a special offer – 20% off daily rates on RV sites, cabins and vacation cottage rentals at 14 of the Ontario RV Parks. To take advantage of this offer, use promo code Blog20 for tent and RV Sites, and use promo code BlogRT for cabin and cottage rentals.

Visit the Carefree RV website to learn more about the Carefree RV Canada resorts, learn more about rentals, and book your reservation.

13 Replies to “Unplug & re-connect this summer at Ontario Carefree RV Resorts”

  1. I agree, there is nothing like spending time outdoor with family. I”m hoping to spend some time around the campfire when I visit family this summer.

  2. We spend alot of time camping and I agree its wonderful time to really connect with your family

  3. sounds like the perfect time spent together 🙂 I can’t wait till my girls get a little bit older. we would love to do something like this

  4. Sounds awesome. We are looking to unwind and unplug with a full week of camping somewhere in Ontario…so many choices!

  5. Love taking the kids outdoors and unplugging! My kids are still young, so they love being outdoors and I find that when I unplug, we have so much more fun together!

  6. We do a lot of Alberta camping but never get down east. My dad is from down east & he says Ontario & surrounding areas have the BEST camping.. so many lakes & wooded areas, nothing like the west. Willowood sounds like it has all the immenities you could ever want & more!

  7. I haven’t had the luck to go camping in Ontario yet, but I do a bunch in BC! I try to always leave my phone at home/off.

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