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Things to Do Around Napanee

Pickerel Park RV Resort, located on the Bay on Quinte in Ontario, has 21 acres of lovely woodlands, providing a great setting for outdoor sports. When not engaging in campground activities, you can venture out into the community to check out historical attractions and nature trails.

Explore the Napanee Area

Pickerel Park RV Resort offers superb fishing, and the nearby area has lovely places to hike, bike and birdwatch. It’s also fun to explore Napanee and the surrounding towns.

Visit Napanee Attractions

Come fish and swim as well as play volleyball and horseshoes at Pickerel Park RV Resort, located amid lovely woodlands on the shores of Hay Bay. You can also take in local attractions such as the Glenora Ferry, Canadian Piano Museum and Napanee Golf Club.

August Activities at Pickerel Park

The summer is flying by, but Pickerel Park RV Resort still has an array of activities planned for the next few weeks such as a Halloween gala, Cancer Swim fundraiser, movie nights and Family Fest. We invite you to join us and be a part of the fun.

Celebrate with the Locals in Napanee

At Pickerel Park, you can engage in terrific fishing and participate in our planned activities as well as attend local celebrations. Festivities scheduled for the coming weeks include Canada Day, the Greater Napanee Riverfront Festival, and something extra special – the Irish Gaelic Festival.

Reunite With Nature

Pickerel Park offers its guests 21 acres of wooded area and 700 feet of beautiful shorelines. You get the best of both worlds – the water and the trees - when you stay with us.

Introducing Pickerel Park in Ontario - A Fish Story

You hear a lot of fish stories at Sun’s Pickerel Park. You hear stories about the big one that just got away. And you hear stories about that big ole’ Walleye that practically jumped into the boat and from the boat into the frying pan or onto the barbeque. Where it was still so fresh it sauced itself.

Activities Calendar is Heating Up With the Spring Season

Fishing is great this Spring and anglers are getting lots of practice for the Adult Fishing Derby. Seasonal campers will compete on Saturday, June 27th from 8am - 2pm. Later that evening “Picket Fences” will play for the Saturday Dance from 7-11pm. July 4th is a big day with the Kids Fishing Derby from 9am to 11am and the Canada Day Parade.