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Blairton Tent and Trailer Park

Phone : (705) 778-2557
E-Mail : Click Here to E-Mail us
Your Host(s) : Mike Newman and Amy Donoghue

Havelock, ON (Nearby: Marmora, Trent River, Springbrook, Campbellford, Norwood)

64 Blairton Tent and Trailer Park Rd.
Havelock, Ontario
K0L 1Z0

Ontario Tourism Region : Kawartha and Northumberland

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Description From Owner:
  • Your hosts Mike and Amy extend greetings to all seasonal camping friends and welcome future campers to our park.
  • Blairton Trailer Park is quietly nestled upon the western shores of Crowe Lake. Renowned throughout the area, Crowe Lake offers outstanding fishing, swimming and boating.
  • Conveniently located 2 km north of Hwy #7 (Trans-Canada highway) between the towns of Havelock and Marmora Ontario
  • We have a variety of services to facilitate your camping experiences, to help make your holidays enjoyable and unforgettable.
  • We offer outstanding value for your vacation dollar, providing the perfect blend of peaceful surroundings and exciting family activities.
  • Whether you are here for the season, a week-end or staying overnight, we look forward to your visit. We can accommodate a large trailer as easily as a small one and ALL our lots are fully serviced.
  • Spacious waterfront cottages and house-keeping rental trailers are available by reservation. (see Rentals Page) We have clean, large washrooms, shower facilities, as well as laundry with washers and dryers.
  • A full service restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Our drinking water is absolutely great and regularly tested as per the Ontario Safe Drinking Water Act.
  • Our park season is from early May to Thanksgiving Week-end. (Canadian Thanksgiving is the 2nd Monday in October)

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Kayleigh Rizzo on 18-Mar-24
I have had the pleasure of camping at Blairton for the last three summers, and have nothing but good things to say. All of the other campers are so kind, welcoming, and always happy to help out - we have made many amazing friends here and felt welcomed instantly! Park owners Mike and Amy are wonderful and always available to assist whenever needed - they work extremely hard to maintain the park and do a phenomenal job. The park/sites are very clean and well-maintained. Bathrooms are SPOTLESS. It is situated on gorgeous Crowe Lake, with stunning views of the lake from the park (good fishing in the lake too!). There is always so much to do and see here - saltwater pool, great beach, docks for your boat, store, and a variety of activities almost every weekend. Highly recommend this park, it is truly a little piece of heaven and we have loved every minute we have stayed here.

Michelle K on 25-Mar-23
Great place. As a tent camper, the tent sites are small. But! They are directly across from the playground, have water tap and electrical on site, and are very clean and well kept. Amazing for camping with young children. Everyone was so nice and so helpful. Firewood was actually a mix of mostly hard wood with some soft to ease starting the fire, so longer lasting fires. And we didn't care at all about the size of the site as we were rarely there. There is so much to do! The water park is epic (I the adult had so much fun, my youngest stayed to the beach which has some stuff for smaller ones.)we all still had fun swimming out to the big stuff - and watching me go down the massive slide or swing. The playground is epic as well. Some pretty awesome stuff, that I the adult had a blast playing with my kids all day between beach trips for multiple days.

Corey Earl on 24-Apr-21
beautiful family trailer park bring you trailer or tent don't have trailer or tent no problem the have rental trailers and cabins fair prices great for all ages inflatable waterpark on the lake and a salt water pool and there is always something going on every weekend

Chris Whiteside on 06-Nov-20
Outstanding owners!! and staff!! Everything you could ask for.. beautiful clean washrooms park grounds and lakefront maintain there beauty always something too do and tons of entertainment for all ages my family loves it there. Everyone you .meat is friendly and welcoming best park ever!!!

Larry F on 04-Feb-19
Wether you tent or trailer camp Blairton trailer park is a great destination. This established campground boosts a salt water pool up to 8 feet deep. A newly built children's play ground where your inner ninja warrior can come out. A fair sized store, reasonable camp fire cost/ quality ratio, an average length beach with an amazing inflatable lake obstacle course with slide, trampolines and hamster wheel. They have a small area for fishing but it proved entertaining for all fishermen. We got rained out but it was worth sticking it out as long as we could. A few notes: i suggest water shoes for the beach/lake. It looked like zebra mussels were invading but that seem like any other lake now a days. Attention loon lovers, Crowe lake has a resident and that little bugger is loud but beautiful to hear. We missed their civic holiday festivities but heard from a lot of the seasonal residents that it was awesome. I strongly endorse this park as at least a one time try but we already cant wait to go back. Good job from Amy and her team.

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