We recently enjoyed a two night stay at the KOA Toronto West camping ground in Campbellville, Ontario. We opted for a mid-sized Deluxe cabin that accommodates up to six people. The cabin came fully equipped with a private Queen bedroom, a bunk room, plus a Queen sleeper sofa. It also included a full kitchen and bathroom, a patio set and a BBQ.
The Camping Store
Inside this building you will find the registration office, camping store, recreation room & arcade.
After a 16 hour drive, we were greeted by friendly staff, who escorted us to our cabin and gave us a demonstration of the setup. The kids were given a KOA pail & shovel each and a bag of mining sand for them to use on the mining screens set up near the office.
The kids were overjoyed to find real home comforts in our cabin. Especially the flat screen TV, DVD player and satellite TV that was there for the kids to enjoy. The well placed couch allowed for the kids to spend a few moments relaxing and watching their shows in between our various activities each day.
Deluxe Cabin Bathroom
The bathroom was tastefully decorated, and came equipped with an hairdryer and plenty of toiletries, towels, a decent size bath and a shower that had good water pressure. My youngest daughter was pleased to find it even had a step stool in the bathroom, enabling her to feel independent. Overall the washroom was surprisingly large enough to be comfortable.
The whole trip was a success. Our son, who has autism, spent days after the trip asking to go back to the cabin, which was something we don’t expect to hear from him. Our daughters had a blast and overall I would consider it amongst the best vacations we have had in a long time. That was due in large part to knowing that when the evening was over we had a comfortable relaxing almost homey atmosphere to return to and recharge for the next day.
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For more than 50 years, KOA the world’s largest system of open-to-the-public family campgrounds, has provided millions of campers with fun, memorable adventures.
KOA was born in 1962 when founder Dave Drum constructed a campground on the banks of the Yellowstone River in Billings, Mont.
Since then, KOA has grown to more than 480 locations in the U.S. and Canada. KOA’s family of properties offers diverse camping experiences, while maintaining the excellent standards and family-friendly atmosphere the company is known for.
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