This is Mille Roches Campground.
There is something very rustic about Mille Roches; at first glance it almost seems like the two islands that make up the campground are untouched, and not a 208-lot site on the Long Sault Parkway. The unique treed-lots all seem to hide along the rocky shores of Mille Roches and Snetsinger Islands. The islands' shape also allows this campground to have 71 waterfront lots! Although it has rustic charm, the campground features many amenities such as a kids play area, swings, washrooms, showers, a large beach and a store at the registration office.
A tent-campers dream, each lot is carved out of the woods with tall trees providing shade, shrubs and plants providing privacy from the next lot and waterfront vistas that make you feel like you are camping alone. The lots are ALL wooded, the gravel roads are narrow and many of the lots have small slopes down to the water. Each site is unique here.
Somewhat famous for sunsets over the water each night, the campground also features a mini-cabin aptly named 'Sunset Cabin' which provides a vista unlike any other in the St Lawrence Parks.
Here's what Joey, a recent camper, had to say "This is the best campsite around. Bathrooms were clean, the site was well maintained and you can't beat the waterfront views. We booked another weekend at Mille Roches as soon as we got home. Love it!"
If you prefer, you can walk across the Parkway and visit Eastern Ontario's largest beach. The sandy beach is a mainstay for beach-goers from around the area, has many picnic tables, BBQs, canoe and paddle board rentals and is the perfect spot to cool off in the water.
Bring your tent, your fishing rod, a chair to sit by the water and a book to read while listening to the sound of all those leaves in the breeze. You won't find anything like it in this area.
Book your Mille Roches stay at StLawrenceParks.com
EDIT: Glengarry Park Campground is not under a fire ban. (July 11)
Notice to campers: There is currently a fire ban at all of our Campgrounds until further notice. These bans are set by the campgrounds local municipal governments and are meant as a safety precaution for all of our campers / citizens / staff.
Here's an article about the importance of a fire ban during dry times:
We will post here when the fire bans are removed.
This is Glengarry Park.
The most eastern campground in Ontario, Glengarry Park is located directly on Lake Saint Francis, a large lake that is part of the St Lawrence River, just East of Lancaster Ontario. Tall trees, wooded lots, a beach and a gorgeous waterfront view are all part of the camping package here.
Glengarry Park is a perfect campground to watch a sunrise over the river. With kilometers of water facing directly East, a morning coffee at one of the three waterfront cabins would be the perfect way to wake-up. Enjoy the calm sounds of waves crashing against the rocks and a view of the Adirondack mountains across the river.
With a south-facing beach, washrooms, kids play area, BBQs, old-growth trees that make shade, gazebos and plenty of parking, Glengarry Park Beach is a perfect day-trip in the summer time. Perfect for large groups, small families or even a solo book-reading day by the water.
Glengarry Park has something to offer everyone - including a Church on an adjacent lot that rings their bell on Sunday mornings to welcome campers to an open mass. If you prefer the quiet of the woods, the campground has several lots under the tall tree canopy, several seasonal spots available and some of the friendliest staff around.
Book your stay with us at StLawrenceParks.com
There are 6 gorgeous beaches within the St Lawrence Parks' portfolio; Mille Roches, Woodlands, Glengarry Park, Farran's, Crysler Park and Brown's Bay.
What they all have in common is beautiful sandy beaches, old-growth trees that make great shade, scenic water views, picnic tables, BBQs, covered gazebos, washrooms, and kids play structures.
Come and beat the heat with us, jump in the cool water, build a sandcastle, relax beachside, read a book in the shade or enjoy the cool breeze coming off the river.
Day-use fees are $7 per person and maximum vehicle charge of $16.99. Beaches are open 9am to 9pm every day (Except Crysler Beach which is weekends only).
It’s a perfect day to be cycling the scenic Waterfront Trail. Meander through the woods and follow the trail through the Bird Sanctuary, across Ault Island, over causeways all the way to the Long Sault Parkway.
We also rent bikes (and helmets) at the Bird Sanctuary. Call today (613) 537-2024 to reserve a bike and explore the region from a unique perspective.
Is there anything better for a kid than roasting a marshmallow over an open fire?
Yes. Yes there is! Making s'mores with that perfectly golden marshmallow!
Each of our campgrounds sells all the supplies you'll need for that perfect s'more for the 'kids'.
Did you know you can rent paddleboards, kayaks, canoes and paddleboats at Mille Roches Beach? It's a beautiful spot with calm waters and a large open bay.
Mike & Jenny's Paddle Fit is open every day 11am to 7pm and has multiple rental items to chose from.
Come have some fun at the beach and enjoy getting out on the water! Life vests are also included.
Call (613) 361-2032 to book your rental or simply show up and rent on the spot.
Visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Mike-and-Jennys-Paddle-Fit-231203023559298/ for more details.
Here's a great video from South Eastern Ontario that showcases the Cornwall & The Counties / St Lawrence Parks Region.
It highlights many of the attractions you can discover when you camp with us, such as Upper Canada Village, the historic jail in Cornwall and even some great local food & beverage options.
Stay with us, experience the entire region.
It’s just an absolutely gorgeous day on the Long Sault Parkway today.
The beach is open, the campgrounds are in full swing, and there are 14 islands to explore on foot, by car or by boat.