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Meaford Memorial Park


Grant Avenue
Meaford, ON N4L 1A1
519.538.2530
No Email Address
http://www.meaford.com/town/memopark.htm
3 Reviews
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Nice municipal park on Georgian Bay. We have been going here for years and use it as a base to bike the Georgian Trail (34 km to Collingwood) Full hookups. I would avoid weekends when it gets very crowded! Wifi has been available but never very good. In Spring of 2012 it was out for good and they were looking for a new ISP.

Received from JJ for visit in May 2012


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Nice for a municipal park. 30 amp, near the lake, nice big clean showers. Wi-fi included but didn't work for all of 1 day of our 3 day stay. Stayed in 37' 5th wheel in pull through. Park was empty so no access problem. Might be tight getting in if busy. Paid $33/nite.

Received from Robert for visit in Sep 2009


Site Number: 138
Stay Again? YES
We have stayed at Voyager RV Resort, and I do mean RESORT, 4 times in 2 years. It was started and owned by a RV'er and it 's a great campground. We are from Florida and first time RV'ers and we had never seen parks like this! They have 3 pools, one indoors, 2 hot tubs and all well heated year around. Everything here is well maintained. It's a gated entrance, right of of I-10, easy on and off with a very efficent system and staff. We arrived without reservations the first time... the gate keeper called the office and we were taken to a site via personal in golf carts within 5 minutes. They have seperate sections for dog owners also. All sites have full hook up, including cable TV. And, for $2 a day more, phone for any amount of stay. They also have a golf course, many laundry and shower locations... every ammenty available. They also have a hotel for guests, just in case you don't have room in the RV. Voyager Resort also has a post office, spa, restaurant, doctor & clinic, a great grocery store, a travel agency, a bank, and night time trips to the desert. You can wash your RV there also. The sites were slightly narrow where we were, but LONG and side walks all along the site. We had no problems with our 33ft. 5th wheel with 2 slides and awning at all. Hookups are well placed. There are upgraded sites with w/d & BBQ pit also. Staff is great and quick. Security was very helpful and you can bike around the entire place and into their other sections of homes and use the pool there also as its all part of the place. They also have another RV resort in the mountains for the summer times when Tuscon is to hot. We visited it also and it's smaller, but know it will be just as nice when done. We will be staying there every time we pass that way.

Received from Anon for visit in 2006


Site Number: None
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