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Glen Rouge Campground

Sleep under the stars at the edge of the city

Campsites: big or small, we've got them all! Pitch your tent, or park your RV at the Glen Rouge Campground.

Toronto's only camping spot, the Glen Rouge Campground, is easy to reach from highways and is on the banks of the Rouge River. A safe and comfortable camping experience.

7450 Kingston Road, Toronto

Please Note:
Rouge Park is transitioning to become Rouge National Urban Park, part of the Parks Canada family. In the meantime, and until further notice, the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority will continue to manage the Glen Rouge Campground, and will be pleased to take your reservation. You can make your camping arrangements through www.reservations.trca.on.ca.

Hiking trails, a sandy beach and access to other Toronto attractions are close to the campground, which is on the north side of Kingston Road / Highway 2, between Sheppard Avenue East and Altona Road.

Reservations
You can make a reservation online at anytime by visiting www.reservations.trca.on.ca. If you prefer to book by phone please call 1-855-811-0111 (toll free), between 5:30 am - 10:00 pm, EST. You may reach Glen Rouge Campground directly by emailing grouge@trca.on.ca

Features
  • children's playground, showers, washrooms
  • barbecue/fire pits

    Accessibility
    Facilities and campsites are wheelchair accessible.

    Hours of Operation, Fees and Policies (rates are subject to change)
    To view our hours of operation, camping fees, camping options, pet policies or to download a location map please visit www.trca.on.ca/glenrouge.

    Public transit
    There is no transit stop at the campground. Nearby transit stops are a 1 km walk.

    TTC (Toronto local transit): Coming from the east: bus 85A stops at Sheppard Avenue East and Kingston Road. You can also get the 85A from the Rouge Hill GO station heading westbound, also getting off at Kingston Road and Sheppard. Once you are at the corner of Kingston Road and Sheppard, walk east on Kingston Road, north side of the street, until you see the Glen Rouge Campground sign and driveway.

    Durham Transit: R9 route offers weekday "rush hour" service only to Rouge Hill GO Train station, which has commuter trains into downtown Toronto and TTC bus access. Bus 923 runs regularly from the Ajax GO station to U of T Scarborough campus. For either of these routes, get off at Altona Road (a possible request stop) and walk west over the Rouge River bridge until you see the Glen Rouge Campground sign and driveway. If you can get off at Kingston Road/Sheppard, walk east on the north side of the street until you come to the Glen Rouge Campground Driveway.
    Visit Durham Region Transit for specific schedules and stops.

    GO Transit regional bus: Oshawa/Highway 2 route (Oshawa - Yorkdale). Stop at Kingston Road and Port Union Road. Once you are at the corner of Kingston Road and Port Union, walk east on Kingston Road, north side of the street, until you see the Glen Rouge Campground sign and driveway.
    GO Transit train: Lakeshore East route, get off at Rouge Hill and use the Durham Region Transit and TTC directions above.
    1.888.GET.ON.GO (438.6646) or www.gotransit.ca for routes & schedules.

    See a map for the Glen Rouge Campground Entrance, 7450 Kingston Road between Sheppard Ave. East and Altona Road (click for map)

    Driving directions

    Highway 401:

    Coming from west of Toronto: Take exit 390, Port Union Rd/Kingston Rd, drive eastbound on Kingston Rd. Campground entrance is on left-hand (north) side of Kingston Road, before (west of) the bridge over the Rouge River.Coming from east of Toronto: Take exit 392, Highway 2/Kingston Road, drive east on Kingston Road. Campground entrance is on left-hand (north) side of Kingston Road, before (west of) the bridge over the Rouge River.

    Highway 407:
    Exit York Durham Line, which is then called Scarborough-Pickering Townline as it crosses south of Steeles Avenue.
    Turn left on Finch Avenue, turn right on Altona Road (southbound) and then right (westbound) on Kingston Road.
    At the bottom of the bridge, the campground entrance will be on your right-hand (north) side.



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