Calling all anglers! Pickerel Park RV Resort & Campground is home to 700 feet of shoreline on the Bay of Quinte. With all that waterfront, you can spend your days casting a line to reel in bass, walleye, pike, and more. Plus, you’ll find convenience with a fish-cleaning station and a camp store stocked with fishing supplies.
Guests who aren’t anglers also have plenty of chances for fun. Kayaking is always popular, as are our weekend activities. And you can easily explore nearby attractions like the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail!
Keep reading to learn about the excitement that awaits at Pickerel Park RV Resort.
Camp on Lake Ontario at Pickerel Park!
Ways to Stay
Tent sites offer a chance to sleep under the starry Canadian sky. Before turning in, you can cozy up around the fire ring, swapping stories and socializing.
In addition to the tent sites, you’ll find an array of RV sites outfitted with full hookups.
More of a house person? You’ll love our cottages. These dwellings sleep up to four people, while larger park models can sleep six and feature full kitchens.
If you love Pickerel Park so much you want to stay, we can help with that too! Our professional sales team is happy to walk you through every step to owning your own vacation home.
Many guests come for the fishing but stay for the family experience. Pickerel Park is perfectly equipped with everything you need for an excellent vacation. Here’s a bit of what you can expect:
- 21 acres of shaded woodland
- Fish cleaning station
- Camp store ($)
- Boat access to the Bay of Quinte
- Heated swimming pool
- Sandy beach on Lake Ontario
- Basketball, volleyball, and horseshoes
- And much more!
Pickerel Park is more than a campground. It’s a place to make friends and meet others who have made Pickerel Park their vacation destination.
On weekends, you can enjoy extra fun with all sorts of events and activities. Oftentimes, these may include wagon rides, outdoor movies, friendly competitions, and more for children. Plus, adults can enjoy bingo, poker, live music, and more!
Napanee may be small, but it’s full of history. Check out attractions like the Allan Macpherson House, which hosts heritage demonstrations. You’ll also want to swing by the Lennox & Addington Museum & Archives, a depository that houses artifacts from years gone by. And to really step back in time, visit Hay Bay Church, a place of worship that dating to 1792.
Outdoor enthusiasts are in for a real treat. Biking and hiking await in gorgeous scenery along the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail and the Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance. Additionally, great golf courses and exceptional fishing spots can be found nearby.
A further drive will take you to Bath, the location of the Fairfield-Gutzeit House, built in 1796. And be sure to head to Prince Edward County. This peninsula is home to historic villages like Picton, as well as Sandbanks Provincial Park and award-winning wineries.
Book Your Stay
Next time you’re heading to Ontario, be sure to stay at Pickerel Park for fishing, family time, and outdoor attractions. To book your stay today, call (844) 728-1774 or book online.
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