Activities at Campers Cove Campground

Campers Cove is located in Southwestern Ontario on the coast of Lake Erie. Our campground is surrounded by many quaint towns that are rich in tourism and cultural activities. You can spend a leisurely day fishing, golfing or birding, as well as enjoy several shopping and dining experiences. There is something for everyone to do at the Campground. 

 

 

6 Off-Site Activites near Campers Cove Campground

 

Campers Cove Campground Amenities:

  • Picnic Tables & Fire Ring at Each Site 

  • Sparkling Clean Tiled Restrooms

  • Free Hot Showers

  • Laundromat

  • Dump Station

  • Camp Store with Groceries, Camping and RV Supplies, Ice, Firewood, Ice Cream, Magazines, Newspapers and Sundries.

  • Snack Bar Grill Fries, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs

  • Video Game Room

  • Activity Shelter

  • Private and Handicapped Washroom Available-Key deposit required 

  • Control Entrance Gate

  • City Water Hookup

  • Sewers

  • 30-50 amp Hookup

  • Pull-Through Sites

  • Tent Sites

  • Cabins

  • High Speed Wireless Internet

     

Campers Cove Campground Activities: 

  • Planned daily activities for kids

  • Tootee Train rides on weekend & holidays

  • Large screen movies

  • Adult, family, and Teen/Tween dances

  • Tournaments for golf, and shuffleboard

  • Mothers’ and Fathers’ Day weekend events

  • Hot dog, marshmallow and corn roasts

  • Pancake breakfasts on holiday weekends

  • Flea market, craft sales and bake sales

  • Interdenominational church services

  • Special activities on holiday weekends

  • Swimming & fishing

  • 3 playgrounds–little tyke area

  • Baseball and soccer field

  • Basketball court

  • Horseshoes, shuffleboard, croquet, badminton

  • Sand court volleyball

  • Hiking trails, bird watching

  • Kayak Rental

  • Bike Rentals

Campers Cove Campground Off-Site Options:

When you are camping at Campers Cove, there are also several off-site activities within just a few minutes drive. 

Both Point Pelee and Hillman Marshoffer great experiences in birding, with over 370 species identified. It is the best location in inland North America to observe the northward migration of songbirds, and only 15 minutes drive from Campers Cove.

Autumn migration is generally from June through December,  where species such as Greater Yellowlegs and Yellow Rumped Warblers are taking 4 to 5 months for their migration. You can also observe Golden Eagles, Peregrine Falcons and many other species of birds.

There are also 17 wineries in Essex County and wine tours are available.

If you like to get a few rounds of golf in, there are many courses nearby. Whether you are looking for a 9 hole course, or more challenging 18 hole or 27 hole course.

If you enjoy festivals and special events there are several you can enjoy through the summer months. 

We also have a few quaint restaurants in the town of Wheatley. Just minutes away from the campground you can enjoy the Lucky Wok and The Car Barn Restaurant.

Take a ride just southeast of Chatham to the RM Classic Car Exhibit just off the 401 and highway 40. Here you will find a world class display of over 60 rare and valuable vehicles.

Being surrounded by the great lakes, with our beach on the shores of Lake Erie, the Detroit River to the west and Lake St. Clair to the north, Essex County and Chatham-Kent offer beautiful hot spots for sunbathing, boating and fishing. A wide variety of activities for all ages! 

Check out our website for more information about our campground and surrounding activities. 

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    • Thank you! Thanks for taking the time to comment as well. It does keep us hoping during the season.

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