Plan a vacation at Lafontaine RV Resort, a beautiful setting where you can swim, play sports and hike through forested trails. You’ll also find fun things to do in Penetanguishene as well, such as watching a play in a unique waterfront venue or visiting the weekly market.
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Campers who stay in Lafontaine RV Resort are near the town of Midland, which has a most interesting local historical attraction – St. Marie among the Hurons. This re=creation of Ontario’s first European community offers a glimpse into early Canadian pioneer life in the 1600s.
When you stay at Lafontaine RV Resort, you’ll find many pleasures in Penetanguishene and nearby Midland, such as the Urban Slide along with festivities like Pirates of the Bay and TugFest. Here is what you can expect in the coming weeks.
Everyone at Lafontaine is anticipating a delightful summer. Our pool will be open soon, and campers have already begun making the quintessential camping treat -- s’mores. As this is our first long weekend of the season, residents are smiling and eagerly the arrival of our new event tent and playground, where many happy hours will be spent.
Our lovely park features over 250 spacious sites for all kinds of camping, whether it be seasonal or short-term visit. We have a wide range of facilities and amenities, and we can guarantee your stay with us will make you feel right at home on your vacation.
At Lafontaine Sun RV Resort, we want to make your stay a happy and adventurous one. See the sights in the area and spend some quality time with those you love!
Ontario’s Pan American Games in July provides park guests access to many opportunities for fun and entertainment in the big city. It’s less than two hours away to Toronto where you’ll find the biggest party in Ontario. The 27th Annual Beaches International Jazz Festival is scheduled from July 10th to July 26th.
The Southern Bay area of Ontario offer an opportunity to learn of life in a Jesuit Mission in among the Huron Indians. Also visit Discovery Harbor and find replicas of 19th century ships as the British safeguard the settlers.