Newsletter: November 3rd, 2022
Thanks for another great season!

Coming by the park this weekend?

The first winter access days for current seasonal residents are this weekend! If you are thinking of visiting to do some fall cleaning, we ask that you please just rake your leaves to the end of your site. Do not bag them! We will come by with the leaf vacuum and collect the piles. It's important that there is no garbage, branches, doggie bags, or anything other than leaves in these piles, otherwise our machine can be damaged.

Please be careful around the open trenches in the horse section as work on the septic system continues.

Additionally, please no campfires! The water in the park is not on.

The online booking portal will open for 2023 reservations on Monday November 7th!

Book online before January 1st 2023 to lock in this year's rates!

A message from your social committee

The social committee wants to wish you a happy and healthy non-trailer season! We also want to thank each and every volunteer! We believe we had a great season of events, but would love to hear your feedback, so please email us at Also, any and all ideas or your desire to become involved, please email us. 

We will again, be making donations to charities from our 50/50 draws. The money has been allocated as follows:
  • To Sick Children's hospital $500.00
  • To Team Chelsea $500.00 (for all of our pet lovers)
  • To the Ganaraska Forest $401.00
Warmest regards ,
Anita and Jackie

Winter access dates

The park will be open on the following days for walk in access only. The roads will not be plowed, so exercise caution while walking in. There will be no power, water, or washrooms open. Access is from 9 AM to 5 PM on the following dates:
  • November 5 and 6
  • December 3 and 4
  • January 14 and 15
  • February 4 and 5
  • March 4 and 5
  • April 1 and 2
The purpose of the access dates is to satisfy the requirements of some insurance companies that insist clients have the opportunity to check on their unit every 30 days that it is unoccupied. No one is permitted to stay overnight on these weekends. If there is an emergency and you absolutely need to enter the park, please contact us to schedule this for a fee. 

If you choose to bring your dogs with you when you check on your trailer, please remember to keep them leashed and cleaned up after, thanks!

Septic update

We have been making great progress with the septic work in the horse section, but there are A LOT of open trenches that may be open this weekend. Please be extremely careful with children and dogs as there are areas of the park that are very much a construction zone. While we have the trenches open, we are taking the time to relocate some water taps and electrical connections that didn't make sense previously. 

The next step is the installation of the weeping bed, this will go down by the office. The last step, which will likely be in the spring, will be the treatment system, which will go to the west of the new recreation area.

Have a safe winter!
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