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Guelph Lake Conservation Area, Guelph
(3.4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • Though Ontario has more lakes than almost any other region on earth, Guelph has but Guelph Lake, a dammed area flooded into a man-made lake. It's nice for a day putting around on a sail boat, though a...  more »
  • This large park (about 4000 acres) is on a large lake and has two nice beaches and picnic areas. I see people fishing here often but not sure they catch anything big; fun for little kids, I guess. The...  more »
  • We went to this conservation area for a day during the Hillside Festival. The land is beautiful with lots of water access. Lots of camping areas as well. We can't wait to visit again with a couple of ...  more »
  • I would suggest that if you want to boat on Guelph Lake you go during the Spring because the water level drastically drops in the Summer which doesn't make for a fun boating experience. There are only a handful of camp sites that I would probably say are decent. Overall I would say its a quick getaway for a weekend of camping, but nothing too over the top to be seen.
  • This is a great campsite. The staff are helpful and do not bother you when you are enjoying you site respectfully. The beach sucks and can have ecoli on a regular basis. Not much else to do here other then camp. Price goes up almost yearly and needs to stop. Its almost 40 dollars a night way too much.
  • The campsite's are really great. It's filled with families so it never gets rowdy. The beach is a little small but it's fun to rent a kayak. Be warned, cell phone service is not that great.
  • Great Venue for Berlin Klassic this year. Hoping it will return next year.
  • Beautiful lake. Good boating (trolling only no gas motors). Beaches, picnic areas and camping. Fees to enter but worth while.