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Camping inside city limits of Toronto!
Sites are generous with good space between.
Bathrooms/showers are very very clean. Gated 24/7 and sites are cleaned by staff as soon as they are vacated. This is a quiet family oriented campground. Mr. Softee comes around between 7...More
We camped here as we planned a zoo trip. It is a really pretty park, lots of trees and shade. There is not much for kids to do, swings but no playground or beach. The site we booked (and all the rest) indicates 15/30 power,...More
Response from TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Glen Rouge CampgroundResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your note; we appreciate the feedback.
We are glad to hear you enjoyed your camping trip at Glen Rouge Campground.
As a camper at Glen Rouge Campground you do have access to Petticoat Creek Conservation Area, which is a 5 minute drive...More
We camped at Glen Rouge Campground in summer 2016. This is a nice campground located in the city, it's pretty close to go other places. We had a nice site located pretty close to the bathhouse. The bathhouse was quite nice.More
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Response from TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Glen Rouge CampgroundResponded 6 March 2017
Thank you for your review.
We are glad to hear you enjoyed your time camping with us during the summer.
Thank you for letting others know that the campground is close to the city and to other places to visit.
We look forward to you...More
A wonderful little gem in the valley which separates Toronto and Pickering.
Campers are in and out all summer. My favourite thing is to hike during all seasons with my dog. I take a lot of pictures while there.
You will find trails that will...More
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Response from TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Glen Rouge CampgroundResponded 24 February 2017
Thank you for your review.
We are so glad you enjoyed your time visiting Glen Rouge Campground and were able to take advantage of the great trails in the area.
We look forward to you visiting us again.
The campground is mostly grassy and the campers were very quiet. The only two negatives were the traffic noise (of which the campground has no control) and the showers were lukewarm. Other than that the check in person was more than helpful when we thought...More
Response from TRCAParks, Coordinator Client Management at Glen Rouge CampgroundResponded 19 September 2016
Hello and thank you for your review.
We are glad to hear you enjoyed your time camping at Glen Rouge and that the staff was able to assist you.
We look forward to you camping with us again!
Situated astride Lake Ontario, Scarborough is a district heavily influenced by immigration. With a number of low-rent shopping and dining options making it a highly affordable part of town, and boasting one of Toronto's largest shopping malls, the otherwise green suburban neighborhood is a good place to go for bargains and discounts. It also draws in photographers. The spires, archways, and cavernous
rooms of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Palace are filled with breathtaking art, architecture, and detailed reliefs – it’s like entering a different world, The ruins of columns and installation art at the Guild Inn makes a free-for-all exploration site, while the big-name draw for young photographers is the menagerie at the Toronto Zoo. While many visitors shirk Scarborough as too suburban, its houses are some of Toronto's most mystical and haunting architectural beauties. And for adventure lovers, it has river-rafting and some unique hiking trails.
Response from Catherine M | Reviewed this property |
It would depend on the time of day. They are at opposite ends of the city. On the 401 it could take an hour to hour and a half. The alternative is the 407 which is a toll road that goes across the top of the city with... More
It would depend on the time of day. They are at opposite ends of the city. On the 401 it could take an hour to hour and a half. The alternative is the 407 which is a toll road that goes across the top of the city with less traffic and will take you directly to the airport.
If an early morning flight before rush hour it would be about 45 minutes.
Hope that helps. Toronto traffic on the 401 can be very unpredictable.