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A Vacation You Can Brag About

What can’t you do RVing at Woodland Park, Ontario?

Well, really…nothing. You can do it all while staying at Woodland Park and now you’re officially challenged to prove otherwise. Have a vacation you can be proud (as in “Guess where my parents took us?”) at Woodland Park located in Sauble Beach, Ontario. Let’s see why:

Sauble Beach is a lovely little town comprised of seven miles of pretty sand. It’s a five minute walk from Woodland Park, if you choose it for your RV “home”. In Sauble Beach, you can rent boats and kayaks, go fishing and hike along the Bruce Trail. You’ll delight in the orchids and wildflowers found on that trail. You can take a cool ferry ride (one hour), and visit the Fathom-Five National Marine Park with its collection of shipwrecks (22 of them!) and several historic light stations.

In less than fifteen minutes, you can drive to one of seven golf courses in the area. Or, if water’s your thing, you can scuba dive and rent Sea-Do’s. You’ll also find lots of canoeing and kayaking places; Sauble Beach is a friendly place in general and the rental business really do help you get going, even if you have no clue how to handle a canoe or kayak!

Or, maybe you’d rather ride horses; there’s a stable and a ranch in town and both will get you up on a horse and make sure you have a good, safe time. Can’t stand animals, but love noise and night thrills?

Maybe you’ll thrive on the roars at the Sauble Speedway in Sauble Beach. It’s quite the thing in the area and fun even if you normally don’t like that sort of thing.

Now, do you want to upgrade your intensity level? if you or someone in your group is a bit of an adrenaline junkie, try out Sauble Beach’s Roller Coaster Ride, Jet Ski rentals, mountain biking adventures and ATV trails. Somebody’s gotta do those jazzy things…why not you?

If you’re worried you may drop dead from all that fun, relaxing and hanging out at b>Woodland Park RV is a hoot in itself. You can play in their indoor heated pool and whirlpool, watch the kids go berserk over at their two playgrounds or turn the kids over to the various Woodland Park supervised activities. You’ll feel secure about your kids because Woodland Park is inside of controlled access gates. That type of gate is a great idea and security benefit for your family. You’ll find a game room, sand court beach volleyball games, basketball courts, bingo, roller blading and movies.

I mean really…between Sauble Beach and Woodland Park, don’t you think you should check out the b>Woodland Park website www.woodlandparkontario.com or call them at (519) 422-1161. You’ll be pretty happy you did!

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