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Fanshawe Conservation Area, London
(3.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Fanshawe Conservation Area is located in London. Use our London tourist route planner to visit Fanshawe Conservation Area on your trip to London, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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TripAdvisor
  • it is not well maintained area though they have fee to enter grass was longer then expected and not well maintained even the kids play area was messy and not kept well 
  • I was planning a hiking trip in Italy and needed a place close to home to do some longer hikes. Fanshawe worked out wonderfully as the hike around the lake is approximately 22 km. This is also a good ...  more »
  • $13 for me to ride by bike or just launch my kayak. One of the biggest rip offs for a park, considering what's offered Price becomes reasonable with multiple people. Unfortunate you can't swim. Quite ...  more »
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  • I'm one of those people that likes the idea of camping while sitting on the couch at home but always regrets it when I go. Something about bugs and always feeling dirty I guess. I spent one night here this year with tents/electric. May seem odd but one thing that made all the difference in making my experience bearable was the fact that the bathrooms were clean! The bathrooms aren't dark and stinky with a ton of creepy crawlys walking around like every other of my camping experiences. Hallelujah!! If you've never been here before youve better get used to airplanes flying overhead. They're Loud, fly low and fairly often. Unique place. Too bad you can't go in the water though. Definitely not a terrible place to camp! This coming from someone that hates camping!
  • Last minute decision to go camping on Canada Day weekend. Our first time at this park. I was presently surprised. Very easy to check in. Directions to our site were good. There isn't much privacy between site but everyone was able to setup their trailers so they didn't intrude on anyone else. Trails are fantastic. My wife loved to run them while the rest of use strolled. Activities we enjoyable for the kids. Splash pad and playground we great. We didn't try the pool. Bathrooms were cleaned regularly. Facilities didn't smell like an outhouse.
  • DO NOT GO TO THIS PARK, the water is toxic, you can't swim in it, the park is so guest unfriendly their policies are jaw dropping. They rob you of every $$ they can, the front desk people are these fake please don't get me fired smiles, and management are as abrasive as they come, this is a true trailer park, not a camp grounds, this is where 90 year old people angry people live, not camp. It's not a place to bring kids and have a good time, y our kids can't swim, if they break a rule unknowably will cost you an easy $200 in fines really quickly. Try Camper's Corner RV Campground, I regret every $$ i spent here it's angering thinking about it every time.
  • I'm there quite a bit for the 20k bike loop, which most times there is enough different options through this you can squeak out 22k if so desired. Right off the top it's a fantastic single track with different options if you want to choose a more challenging route you are usually welcomed with a sign indicating a black diamond alternative route. However, the best alternative route which is found more easily (atleast for me) when doing the clockwise route, is found about 2 km in after going past the golf course parking lot. You could easily miss this gem and only found it when going through with a more experienced group of riders. It could benefit from some jumps and drops but otherwise it's a fantastic single track with a really good flow to it. I would probably mark it a 3.5 but due to the fact you can't select half a star I chose to settle on 4 stars.
  • The 20k bike trail is really great. It's well maintained but not not overly to make it just a walking path. The natural obstacles are a real challenge and a few off shoot trails give an ever more challenging ride.