We have great overnight sites to choose from!
-3 new unserviced sites, nice and close to main washrooms (DOH! All rigs must be full service rv's this year, so these sites wont be opening)
-30A Full Service EWS (electric, water, septic) Pull Throughs
-30A Full Service EWS Back Ins, (plus one solitary 30A EW Back In!)
-50A Full Service EWS Pull Throughs
-Premium 50A Full Service EWS Pull Throughs, extra long
Great serviced sites available for your camping enjoyment! Sites are grass and level, and never a far walk from the washrooms, GamesRoom, Recreation Hall, or Campstore! No additonal tents on sites please.
Situated at the top of the campground there are four cabins, the Purple, Blue, Red and Orange cabins. Think of them as a wooden tent, except that unlike a normal tent, they keep you dry and warm, have real beds and electric lights. Each cabin sleeps three to four persons and are equipped with a set of bunk beds with a double on the bottom and single on top. The Purple Cabin can also fit a single cot as well, let us know if you need the cot. Propane BBQ at each cabin, as well as a fire pit located just outside your cabin to cook over a wood fire. Clean washrooms are just a short walk away. And as linens aren't supplied, don't forget to bring your linens or sleeping bags from home! And unfortunately pets are not permitted in the cabins, sorry to our 4 legged friends!
Book online here!
To book online, enter dates of your visit by clicking on the "Choose Your Dates" button above the map, then the green sites will show you which sites are available.
Click on a site to see more information about that site including length, services, and photo! NOW with 360 degree photos!
Although we strive to give you your preferred site that you book, on rare and isolated occasions we reserve the right to move sites due to rare events like site conditions etc.
595487 Hwy 59N, East Zorra Tavistock, ON, N4S7W1 Latitude: 43.172268 | Longitude: -80.782089
Willow Lake Campground and RV Park is situated north of Woodstock (enter East Zorra Tavistock as the town in a GPS) in the heart of Ontario Dairy Country. Access is easy by road, being a short drive from Highway 401 exiting at Sweaburg road ( Exit 230 ). Drive north on Sweaburg road to 4th set of stop lights (Dundas Rd/Hwy2), turn right onto Dundas. At the top of the hill turn left on Oxford Rd 59 (Vansittart Ave), just past the Shoppers Drug Mart. Follow Oxford Rd 59 north for 4km and we are located on the left just north of the roundabout. (Also you can watch for the camping signs). https://goo.gl/maps/K5WUCwsYwZWfbudK7
You can also take the Drumbo exit 250 at the big truck stop if you are coming from the east. Make a right towards the truck stop onto oxford road 29, take that all the way to Innerkip where you will make a right onto Oxford 33, 33 will take you to hwy 59 just north of us, then you go south on 59, and we are about 1 minute south of 33. https://goo.gl/maps/19EcBsSjfyr
Covid Related Operations and Campers Code of Conduct 2021
Please read this Code of Conduct (the Code) and review it with all family members. The rules in this Code must be followed to ensure we all stay safe and do not engage in activities that contravene any Provincial or Federal Government and Health regulations.
The Code is over and above our normal campground rules, which still apply. Strict enforcement of all rules will be in place for all registered names on your occupancy agreement. Any camper, regardless of age who breaches this Code will be asked to leave the campground immediately and your Reservation or License of Occupation will be cancelled immediately.
If you have a fever or flu-type symptoms, stay home. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are a presumptive case, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive or is a presumptive case, we request that you do not attempt to enter the campground. Please remain at your residence until you have been cleared by your local health department and/or you have finished your self-isolation of 14 days.
If you are returning from travel from outside of the Province of Ontario, do not plan to visit the campground for a period of 14 days and please remain home.
At this time, we will be operating under the following rules. These rules may change as the Ontario Government amends legislation.
Visitors will be allowed. Visitors must check into office to complete a waiver, and pay the visitor fee.
RV types permitted
All RV’s camping at the campground this summer must be fully contained and functional units with operating washrooms etc. Public washrooms will not be open this summer, therefore tents and pop-up trailers without facilities will not be allowed.
The following common areas are closed until further notice. If you are unsure whether something is closed or not, please contact the office for clarification.
• Games room, Dairy (rec) hall, washroom, showers.
Walking around Campground
At all times campers must obey social distancing rules as mandated by the Province of Ontario. Currently, you must stay 2 meters or 6 feet away from other campers.
Limit of People on a Campsite
Until such time as the Government of Ontario amends the number of people allowed to gather, we are limiting the number of people allowed on a campsite to only the people listed and permitted on that site through your reservation.
Children under the age of 16
We expect that all parents will ensure their children obey the rules 24/7. If your children cannot follow these rules, please do not come to the campground at this time.
Only events and activities that can be undertaken obeying all social distancing and gathering restrictions will be run. Many regular events will be cancelled or modified based on health guidelines.
The Office/Campstore will have limited access and limited hours of operation. We prefer cashless transactions wherever possible. Please use e-transfers for payments, or we can use your credit card on file for payments or you may call in a credit card.
• There may be periods in which the Office/Campstore is closed.
• When open, there will be limited hours.
• There will be limited access to the Office and Campstore. Only one person or one family may enter the store at a time. Please do not enter the office if you see another customer already inside. Please line up outside of the office and obey all social distancing rules.
• Prior to entering the store, there will be hand-sanitizer available. Please be sure to use it prior to entering.
• We have an online customer portal where you can order products and have them delivered to your site. Visit our website at www.willowlakecampground.ca for the portal link.
• As much as we love catching up and chatting, we ask for the safety of our staff, that interactions in the store remain transactional and limited in duration
Respect of others and staff
All Customers, guests and staff are responsible for respecting the dignity, rights safety and well being of everyone at the campground. Every person has a right to expect that their stay at the campground will be without any type of discrimination or harassment. We will not tolerate or condone discrimination or harassment and we are committed to promoting respectful conduct, tolerance, and diversity always.
I understand that there are inherent and unforeseen risks involved in participating in the activities of the Campground or while attending the Premises. I have read this document in its entirety and fully understand its terms. I understand that I am giving up substantial legal rights by acknowledging below, including the right to sue the Releasees. I acknowledge that I am agreeing to this agreement freely and voluntarily and intend my acknowledgement to be a waiver and complete and unconditional release of all liability due to the negligence of the Releasees or, the inherent risks of participating in the activities of the Campground or while attending the Premises.
This year being so unique, we are getting a number of calls for very specific questions, so we thought we would also post them on our website to answer some of the more commonly asked questions.
-Is your pool and playground open? Yes, we were able to open it as soon as the government allowed.
-Do you have tenting? No, unfortunately there is no tenting occurring this year.
-Are your washrooms open? No, during this time, we are not opening our public washrooms.
-Do you have Seasonal spots for next year? At this point, all our seasonal sites are sold out for next year unfortunately. We do it by invitation based on families that have camped with us through the season, that way we get to know the campers a little bit, and they get to know our park a little bit. We usually choose our seasonal campers through the previous season so at this time we have already selected the seasonals that will be filling the vacancies we have for the 2021 season.
-Do you have any year-round homes/trailers for sale? At this point, none of our year-round park models are for sale. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for any new listings that come up.
-Do you have space to put in a year-round trailer? Our overnight section of our campground is not winterized, so unfortunately we don’t have any spots where a year round trailer can be placed. And we have no additional or vacant lots for new park-models.
-Are you a Good Sam park? We are no longer a Good Sam park, as quite honestly, the cost for us to participate and be a member was very expensive for a small park to be part of, thats even prior to any discounts given. Sorry.
Shoulder Seasons (Pre Victoria Day and Post Labour Day):
11am to 5pm
We'd love to hear from you!
If you have a question or a comment, we would love to hear it. Please email us and we will get back to you soon!
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This is for current, past, and future guests! Anyone who has or has had a reservation at Willow Lake can use this new feature!