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Escape to Scotland…

September 21, 2015


Posted in: Willow Lake

Ontario that is.

Just 15 minutes away from nearby Brantford, our quaint little park is the ideal location for the weekend getaway you’ve been waiting for. Even if it’s longer than a few days, we’ll take good care of you!

While a vacation in itself is a nice treat, getting to experience what your destination has to offer is an even greater treat! It’s an opportunity to step outside of your little box and get a taste of what the rest of the world has to offer.

Check out Escape Key while you’re there. It’s an awesome little interactive place that the kiddos will love, and you will too! You’re given an hour to solve a mystery after being given a number of clues, and solving puzzles for more hints, much like the game “Clue.” This place is great for team building, whether it’s within the family or the workplace. They’re offering a special event during the month of October, “Lady Evelyn’s Slightly Spooky October.” Don’t miss it!

The zoo is always a big hit with families and travelers alike. Take a stroll into each habitat and see the beautiful peacocks and watch the monkeys play and scamper about. Built on 25 beautiful acres, you won’t be disappointed by the exotic animals this amazing zoo houses.

At Willow Lake RV Resort...

Willow Lake RV Resort offers an affordable vacation experience the whole family will love. Our 13-acre lake features a waterslide, and floating raft. These serine waters are the perfect place for families to play and enjoy days of fun in the sun.

Our facilities are perfect for any adventure. Spend the day playing baseball on our diamond or challenge your family to a game of horseshoes. We offer full-hookup 30 amp sites and laundry facilities for your convenience. If you have any questions at all, feel free to call 519-446-2513, or email willowlake@carefreervresorts.com.

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