August rocked for us! We were out a total of 13 nights and visited two new parks along with revisiting a couple favorites closer to home.
After a long weekend at Windmill Point, we moved on to Nicolston Dam a very nice private park along the Nottawasaga River near Alliston. We actually booked this park for two reasons, the first being it has been on our “hit list” to visit for awhile now and second, we wanted to visit nearby Sunset Speedway for a race in Innisfil. I’ll be posting a page with a review of the campground, but here are a few photos.
Our last trip of the month started with a five night stay at Fifty Point CA then on to Golden Beach Resort on Rice Lake. We took our boat for that trip and enjoyed some awesome time on the water fishing and swimming! Again, I’ll be doing a campground review, so I won’t spoil it now. Let’s just say we had a great time and I enjoyed celebrating my 50th birthday here! We had some surprise, last minute company – my niece and her beau and my youngest joined us for the weekend as well. We had a blast and the weather was beautiful!!! The fishing wasn’t great, but we had so much fun and enjoyed spending time on our boat.
Now we’re on to September which is a little slower month for us, at least camping wise! We have a grand total of only five nights out planned. I was thinking of adding in another five day stay at Fifty Point CA to do more cleaning and maintenance on the fiver (a.k.a excuse to camp lol) but I’m not sure. We’d still have to work a couple days during the week and commute. As well, we’re leaving early Thursday for our second outing so it would actually give me less time to get ready if we stayed at Fifty Point.
So our first trip of September is this weekend. We leave today for Pike Lake Campground & Golf course. It’s another park that’s been on our “hit list” to visit. Located near Mount Forest, ON it has not only a very nice looking campground, but also has a beautiful 18-hole championship Links golf course. Should be fun!!! Here’s a link to campground:
After we come home from Pike Lake, we have a couple weeks of no travel then on the 21st we’re headed out to Earl Rowe Provincial Park for our RVing in Canada FB groups second potluck of 2017. We’re there from Thursday night to Sunday. As always, we’re looking forward to this event!
Well it would seem that summer is on it’s way out and my favorite season – autumn – is almost here! With that change comes less traffic on the roads, quieter campgrounds and cooler temperatures. It’s hard to believe in less than a month, we can book our winter seasonal site at Valens again! Next month is looking pretty busy for us. I had some holiday time to use up, so we’ll be out at least 13 days again. But hey, I’m getting ahead of myself! The fiver is loaded, the fridge is cold and filled with food and drinks, the truck is loaded too and I’m ready to go! Let’s just enjoy this trip first!!! 🙂