Camping Reservation Policy

Reservations

  • A non-refundable reservation fee is required for all reservations and is charged at the time of reservation.
  • Reservations can be paid by Visa or MasterCard for online reservations and phone reservations.
  • Reservations are accepted up to 11:59 pm the day before your arrival.
  • Reservations are accepted at the beginning of March of each year.
  • Reservations must be made in the name of the site occupant. Multiple reservations in the same name for the same time period are not allowed.
  • A 3-night minimum stay applies at Albion Hills Campground for the following dates:
    • May 15 – 17, 2020 (no check in or out on Saturday or Sunday)
    • July 31- August 2, 2020 (no check in or out on Saturday or Sunday)
  • The following information is required for the reservation holder
    • First and Last names
    • Telephone number
    • Street address and City
    • Postal/Zip code
    • Province/State
    • Email Address

Changing and Cancelling Reservations

  • Reservations may be cancelled up to 11:59 pm two days prior to arrival without forfeiting Camping Fees; only the Reservation Fee and the Cancellation Fee will be charged.
  • If the reservation is cancelled after the aforementioned deadline up to and including the day of scheduled arrival, one night’s Camping Fee will be forfeited in addition to the Reservation Fee and Cancellation Fee.
  • If the reservation is cancelled after the aforementioned deadline on any day past the scheduled arrival date, then all prior nights’ Camping Fees will be forfeited, including the day of the cancellation in addition to the Reservation Fee and Cancellation Fee.
  • To cancel or change a reservation, login to your reservation account at camping.trca.ca, or call 1-855-811-0111.

Camping Rules

  • Full payment of the camping fees are required to process your reservation.
  • The campsite permit holder must be eighteen years of age or older.
  • In the case of multiple reservations for the same time period; each campsite must be registered under the name of the actual occupant.
  • No more than 6 people can occupy a campsite. The camping fees cover 2 adults and 4 children, additional charges will apply for additional adults to a maximum of 6 people.
  • Parking for one vehicle is included in your camping fees. An Additional Vehicle Permit must be purchased for additional vehicles at check-in to a maximum of 2 vehicles per site. Parking is permitted in designated areas only. Not all campgrounds offer additional parking.
  • Reservations can be made up to 11:59 pm on your day of arrival.
  • Where space permits, you are permitted one piece of sleeping equipment with wheels (camper or trailer) or two sleeping units (tents). No homemade sleep structures or tiny homes are permitted.
  • No-Show reservations will be held for the duration of the reservation period.
  • Camping permits may be shortened or cancelled after arriving at the Park up to 2:00 pm one day prior to the new departure date without forfeiting Camping Fees, only the prior nights’ Camping Fees and the Reservation Fee will be charged.
  • If the camping permit is shortened or cancelled after arriving at the Park after the aforementioned deadline up to and including the new departure date, then all prior nights’ Camping Fees will be forfeited, including the day of the cancellation in addition to the Reservation Fee.
  • Check-in time is after 2:00 pm and check-out time is before 12:00 pm.
  • Please read the full Camping Policies Terms and Conditions listed below.

Group Camping Rules

  • Site maximums vary based on site size, more information can be obtained through the park directly. The base fee does not include campers; each camper will incur a nightly fee of $10/person + HST.
  • Reservations of group sites can be made by calling the specific park directly. Albion Hills does offer online reservations for some group campsites.

 

Seasonal Camping Rules

  • Reservations for seasonal campsites can be made by calling the specific park directly. Albion Hills and Indian Line Campgrounds offer seasonal camping during their respective operational seasons.
  • An application process is required for all seasonal campgrounds. Please contact the park directly for more information.
  • All trailers are required to be 10 years or newer for all new seasonal campsites.

 

Camping Policies Terms and Conditions

THESE CONDITIONS WILL AFFECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO SUE OR CLAIM COMPENSATION FOLLOWING AN ACCIDENT. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY! 

TERMS OF ACCEPTANCE: I, THE PERMIT HOLDER, IN ACCEPTING THIS PERMIT AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 

1.NO LIABILITY    THE PERMIT HOLDER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THERE ARE CERTAIN RISKS AND HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ACTIVITY AND ACCEPTS ALL SUCH RISKS. THE PERMIT HOLDER AGREES THAT TORONTO AND REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (“TRCA”), AND EVERYONE CONNECTED WITH IT, SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY, LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY WHICH MAY OCCUR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THE ISSUING OF THIS PERMIT, OR CAMPING PURSUANT THERETO, HOWEVER SUCH DAMAGE IS CAUSED, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, AND THE PERMIT HOLDER HEREBY RELEASES ANY SUCH CLAIMS AGAINST TRCA AND EVERYONE CONNECTED WITH IT, INCLUDING ITS AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES. 

2.INDEMNITY     THE PERMIT HOLDER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY TRCA AND EVERYONE CONNECTED WITH IT, IN THE EVENT ANY CLAIMS ARE MADE AGAINST TRCA IN CONNECTION WITH ANY DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY, LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY WHICH IS CONNECTED TO THE PERMIT HOLDER OR ANY MEMBER OF THE PERMIT HOLDER’S FAMILY, GUESTS OR INVITEES, AND/OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE ACTIONS OF THE PERMIT HOLDER OR ANY MEMBER OF THE PERMIT HOLDER’S FAMILY, GUESTS AND INVITEES. THE PERMIT HOLDER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IT IS PRUDENT TO HOLD INSURANCE TO PROTECT AGAINST THESE POSSIBLE LOSSES AND IF INSURANCE IS NOT OBTAINED, THE PERMIT HOLDER DOES SO AT ITS OWN RISK. 

Terms and Conditions 

This material is provided for information only and is not intended to be a complete summary of the regulations or operating policies of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (“TRCA”). This permit is issued under the authority of the Conservation Authorities Act, R.S.O. 1990 Chapter C.27, as may be amended from time to time. All activities within a conservation area are subject to both federal and provincial law and related TRCA operating policies.

  1. Campsite check in time is 2:00 p.m. and checkout time is 12:00 p.m. Permit renewal is NOT guaranteed.
  2. OTENTik check in time is 3:00 p.m. and checkout time is 11:00 a.m. Permit renewal is NOT guaranteed.
  3. If shortening or cancelling a permit after check in, all prior nights’ Camping Fees will be forfeited, including the day of the cancellation. Refunds are not applicable on days with minimum stay requirements.
  4. This permit is non-transferable.
  5. Fees specified include the amount levied by TRCA for campsite use as outlined, plus HST. The permit holder agrees to remit any additional fee or tax required by the province, municipality or any other body having such jurisdiction.
  6. No excessive noise is allowed at any time. Quiet hours are in effect from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. During quiet hours all registered guests and permit holders must be on their assigned site and refrain from creating noise that can be heard off of their site. The use of radios and musical instruments are strictly prohibited during quiet hours. The camping experience is for the peaceful enjoyment of you and your neighbors.
  7. Permit holders may be requested to relocate campsites as deemed necessary at the sole discretion of TRCA Staff.
  8. Permit holders are responsible for the conduct of their guests and must ensure their guests follow all campground and conservation area rules and regulations. Permit holders must ensure that their guests are registered at the campground office and have paid all applicable parking and admission fees. Day guests must leave by 10:00 p.m., or as otherwise directed by TRCA staff. Guests may be refused entry at the sole discretion of TRCA staff.
  9. Please ensure that children and youth under the age of 18 are actively supervised by a responsible adult.
  10. The following equipment is permitted on a campsite: one piece of sleeping equipment with wheels (camper or trailer) or two sleeping units (tents). TRCA prohibits the use of homemade sleeping structures. Only recreational-class trailers and RVs will be accepted on a Seasonal campsite.
  11. Camping fees include up to 2 adults and 4 children with parking for one vehicle unless specified otherwise. Additional adults and vehicles up to the site maximum will incur additional fees. No more than six (6) people can occupy a campsite at any time. No more than five (5) people and one (1) car can occupy an oTENTIk site at any time. Park in designated areas only.
  12. Start and maintain fires in fire pits or locations designated for that purpose. Never leave fires unattended. In the event of a fire ban, fires will not be permitted.
  13. Do not cut, remove, injure or destroy any tree, shrub, plant, flower, living or growing things in the conservation area. Do not plant or cultivate any land in the conservation area. Do not tie, nail or otherwise affix anything to any tree. Clotheslines are NOT permitted.
  14. Movement of any tree materials within, into or from TRCA property is strictly prohibited. Firewood is available for sale at the park office.
  15. All posted speed limits must be obeyed. Use of and storage of ATV’s, off-road vehicles, golf karts, dirt bikes and/or any other unlicensed, un-insured vehicles by permit holders and visitors is strictly prohibited.
  16. Public wash basins and/or water outlets may not be used for washing laundry or dishes.
  17. Permit holders must ensure that any sanitary systems and/or equipment are in good repair and that they practice the proper operation and use of that sanitary systems and/or equipment as outlined in their equipment’s manual. The disposal of sewage and greywater are only permitted at the designated dumping station. The permit holder is responsible for any costs including fines associated with the improper disposal of sewage and greywater including unintentional spill or leak.
  18. Deposit garbage and recycling in the receptacles provided. Only household waste and recyclable material generated while camping should be placed in garbage receptacles. Disposal of toxic or hazardous material, construction material, furniture, and appliances is not permitted.
  19. Propane cylinders must be standard trailer-mount type and disposed of in designated containers ONLY.
  20. Your campsite must be kept in a clean and sanitary condition at all times. Outside storage is not permitted, all items must be stored within the permitted vehicles and camping equipment. When vacating, the campsite must be restored to a clean condition, free from any garbage or debris. Permit holders are responsible for costs associated with any damage or cleanup of park property.
  21. The use of power tools and power equipment are strictly prohibited. Landscaping, construction, and/or the installation of temporary or permanent fixtures/structures are strictly prohibited without prior written approval from Park Supervisor.
  22. A maximum of 3 pets are permitted on a campsite. Pets are to be kept under control at all times and secured on a leash not longer than 2 meters. Pets must not be left un-attended, make excessive noise and/or disturb others. Promptly pick up and dispose of your pets waste. Proof of pets’ rabies inoculation may be requested. Pets other than dogs or cats are not permitted except under a permit issued by TRCA. Pets that have been given a dangerous designation by a government agency/agent are not permitted on TRCA property.
  23. The use of alcohol is permitted on your registered campsite ONLY and not in vehicles or public areas including, but not limited to, roadways, walkways, public buildings or common areas. Liquor bans may be in effect at certain times of the year.
  24. Trailers and vehicles shall be roadworthy and possess valid license plates and insurance at all times. Proof of insurance and ownership shall be provided to TRCA staff upon request.
  25. TRCA is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged items of the permit holder or their guests. Do not leave valuables unattended, and secure your campsite before leaving for any length of time.
  26. TRCA reserves the right to remove, or cause to have removed at the owner and/or permit holders expense, any item, including camping units and vehicles, left on a site after a permit has expired or been revoked, and to recover costs associated with said removal. The owner and/or permit holder may be responsible for towing and impound fees associated with the removal. TRCA is not responsible for any damages that may be caused during equipment removal.
  27. Returning seasonal permit holders are required to pay deposit fee by the permit expiry date for the regular season for the purpose of storage. Should storage fees remain outstanding TRCA, in accordance with the Repair and Storage Liens Act, R.S.O. 1990 as amended, will enforce a lien against any equipment left on site.
  28. TRCA may revoke this permit and/or evict without refund any or all persons whose conduct and/or actions are deemed detrimental to the operations of the park, and may prosecute these persons to the full extent of the law.
  29. TRCA provides a safe and respectful environment for its visitors and staff to enjoy. There is zero tolerance for verbal or physical abuse towards anyone will not be tolerated. Inappropriate behavior will result in removal from our properties and/or and may be reported to the police.