Are You Ready? Parks of the St. Lawrence Campgrounds Reservations Are Now Open!

Camping reservations can be booked online 

Parks of the St. Lawrence is reminding guests that the 2024 camping reservations, for all campgrounds, is now open. Guests will be able to book sites at for stays any time through the 2024 season.  

 Book Early  

 High demand for sites is expected, so guests are encouraged to log into the online reservation system and book their sites early.  

 The online booking process is fast, easy and with more campers able to book simultaneously, it is the best way to secure a site this season.  

 Last year the online reservation system processed more than 1,100 transactions in five minutes, while it took three minutes to process a single phone transaction. 

 New for 2024  

 More Extended Seasons

  • Ivy Lea – May 10 to October 26  
  • Mille Roches – May 17 to September 14   
  • Cabins at McLaren will open one week early in the spring and stay open two weeks later in the fall (May 10 to October 26)  

For full operating season dates at all campgrounds, see:   

New and revitalized campsites 

  • 15 new premium sites at Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary   
  • 9 new premium waterfront sites at Brown’s Bay  
  • Approximately 80 waterfront campsites at Milles Roche  

Affordable Options  

  • Increased senior discount at all locations on basic and electric 15 amp sites from 10% to 20%; added new 33% senior discount on select basic campsites at Glengarry campground.  
  • Basic campsite rates held steady year-over-year (with a slight decrease) at 8 out of 10 campgrounds. 

About Parks of the St. Lawrence

The Parks of the  St. Lawrence operates  10 campgrounds, along  with six day-use  areas.

Parks of the St. Lawrence campgrounds line the shores of the St. Lawrence River from the 1000 Islands Bridge border crossing to the Quebec border, close to attractions and activities in Eastern Ontario.

About St. Lawrence Parks Commission
The St. Lawrence Parks Commission, an agency of the Government of Ontario, operates facilities stretching from Kingston to the Quebec border, including Upper Canada Village, Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada (and a UNESCO World Heritage Site); Kingston Pen Tours, Crysler Park Marina, Upper Canada Golf Course, Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary and 10 campgrounds and 6 beach day-use picnic areas including the Long Sault and Thousand Islands Parkways.

To learn more, visit

Media Contact

Amanda Liebeck

Communications and Media Relations

St. Lawrence Parks Commission

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