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Earl Rowe Provincial Park, Alliston
(3.4/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Earl Rowe is one of the largest Ontario Provincial Parks and it is a wonderful getaway spot. Lots of paved roads for biking, many campground lots for tenters and RVs, new washrooms with showers, a par...  more »
  • I must start with the positives of this park. Great campsites! This park has so much to offer but is not maintained well. The water fill up was in a very awkward area and not cleared. Washrooms near t...  more »
  • I'm a fan of camping, but I don't usually camp this far south in Ontario. So it was a little strange to be camping in park surrounded by farm fields. Other then that this was a pleasant camping experi...  more »
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  • Its a great place for families to have fun. The water smells like duck poop because it is inhabited by ducks. But if you're into nature smells, then its the right place. In all seriousness, I had a really great time when I went there. I would recommend it.
  • It was nice I stayed at camp ground Heydon Way site 123 it was spacious and nice and private. Cute little chipmunk came and kept us company. My friends liked that it was still close to civilization and they could go to Tim Hortons in the morning. Be forewarned the water is not up to bacterial level standards it's too high for it to be safe, it stated so in the booklet you get but does not say so on the beach
  • Really impressed with this great park! Booked a last minute campsite, very surprised to be able to get one. Never been before, very impressed with the campground and site (Riverside, Heydon Way). Enjoyed the walks over to the beach and pool area. The lake is man-made and therefore subject to higher levels of bacteria, however there were no warnings posted and we did see a few people swimming. We saw the tractor grooming the beach in the morning and it looked very clean. We chose to pay the $3 each to swim in the big pool. A nominal fee for an entire day at the pool (wristband, in-and-out privileges), and since most Provincial Parks don't have pools, it's not unexpected that they would have to charge to maintain it. It's built like a pond with the shallow area around the edge and deeper in the middle (maybe 5-6ft). Very little shade at the pool so bring an umbrella or pop-up shelter. The whole pool area is very clean because there is absolutely no food or drink allowed, and they have fishing line above to keep birds out. Really enjoyed the amazing views from this park. The lake is gorgeous and great for canoeing and kayaking or renting paddleboats. The view looking north from the edge of Riverside campground is spectacular. Looking forward to next time!
  • We did not enjoy ourselves at all 9 people on 2 sites! this is a year end trip that we look forward to start the summer off right! The beach area is atrocious...It should be mentioned when booking...I'm not one to read reviews nor write them...but I just wanted to voice if you plan on hanging at the beach...do not book at Earl Rowe! however after paying to be there you can pay more to use their pool! 0 stars isn't an option! would never go back or recommend it to anyone! If your there and reading this go spend your day in Cookstown if you like antiquing :) we found this little gem on the way home. Hoping for a refund - will update!
  • Is this place best place ever visited. Its good for out door campaign with family get-together. Also has beautiful swimming 🏊 pool 🎱.