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Old 08-17-2015, 12:12 PM   #29
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My husband and I are visiting our daughter in Ottawa, Ontario before towing our 17' Casita to Florida October 24th. Does anyone know of a campground in the Ottawa area that is open past the 15th of october? Unfortunately my daughter is in a high rise without parking!
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Old 08-17-2015, 02:01 PM   #30
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There is a municipal campground we stayed at mid Oct. in 2013 out to the Kanata area ( name doesn't come to mind right now ) ....tourist info would have all needed info on closing dates . There is a transit station close by with parking - much easier to get around Ottawa by transit . It is a nice campground/rvpark ...witheverything- little store ,laundry, hook-ups....
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Old 08-17-2015, 02:48 PM   #31
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Ottawa Mjnicipal Campground

The Ottawa Municipal Campground is now called Wesley Clover Parks and is at 411 Corkstown Road. Call them at 613-828-6632. They used to have late camping including winter camping by special arrangement but I'm not sure with the new people what they have.
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Old 08-16-2017, 09:37 AM   #32
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Would love to have overnighters. We live on 33 acers with a 7 acrer pond. Not too accessable in snow, which here means Jan. to March.
3 miles from rt 81
25 miles from Ithaca and Syracuse
Possible electric and water
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I noticed this is dated from 2010. Don't know if you still feel the same way. We are traveling down to Apache Junction Az , close to Phoenix for the winter. We leave montreal on the 6th of November thereabouts , depending on what the weather has to say. We won't need water or electic. But visiting your acreage after being inthe car that long sounds great. We would only be there one night.Looking forward to your reply ginette
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Old 07-14-2019, 01:17 PM   #33
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we met at the Bolerama last week!

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Marje and I also believe this is a good idea. We are listed as hosts on the Casita site and have used other hosts when we went to Alaska and Canada. In the years we have been Hosts only one person ever used our invitation. With the cost of and noise of many campgrounds I would think a free stayover would be a good way to meet people in other areas and save a few bucks. We are just south of I90 in North East Ohio. The trips we have taken and were hosted have been the most informative and enjoyable. Last years trip to Northern Ontario we were hosted by a couple who had sold their Casita years ago but still put us up by their Cottage on a beautiful lake. We have 26 quiet acres and just 4miles from the interstate. The saying around here is" the latch key is always out."
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So nice to meet you two, I lost your card but found your add on the maple syrup bottle. Thank you for your sweet generosity.
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We sold our home 4 years ago and now live in an apartment but before that we hosted someone almost every year for a stay but only about one a year. We met some lovely people and still stay in touch. We also utilized this type of camping whenever we could.
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