This is a trailer park, not a campground. I paid $47.50/night for my one tent.
Our site had the camp ground's circuit breaker, and someone was messing with it in the middle of the night, so that woke me up and was weird/kinda scary to have someone walking around your tent mumbling.
They make you wear wrist bands like you're at a keg party.
The sites are pathetic and for trailers - this place does not resemble camping in any sense. They were laid with sod.
Group near us was drinking and hooting until 3:30 in the morning. When asked to quiet down, they got louder and said, "I pay $8000+ a year to keep my trailer here, so I can do what I want. You are a transient." When I spoke to the owners, the guy said, "I can't put them to bed."
There was a big party of young people the first night too, but they were on the other side of the trailer park, so it wasn't too bad - unless you were next to them!
Also, half of the pictures on their website gallery are not of the park; they are from near-by places.
My conclusion is that this whole area (Sauble) is not for camping; that is, people who like to "get away from it all and rough it." The area is for families and young party people in board shorts and straw hats: a Canadian Daytona Beach. If you like to be active during the day and have a good sleep, don't bother. This place wakes up at noon and goes to bed at 4am. It was my mistake to visit this tourist attraction.
- Also Known As:
- Fiddlehead Resort Camp Wiarton, Ontario