Located on the St. Lawrence River, Grenville Park Camping and RV sits right off the Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge over the US and Canada.
Like water? Boat, fish and enjoy water sports until you are waterlogged! Grenville Park even has its own boat launch and a couple of small beaches.
|Transient Camping for 2020 is by Reservation ONLY. ONLY self contained RV Units will be allowed. ( This means you have a bathroom & sink)|
|Reservations will ONLY be made over the phone at 613-925-5055. You MUST have a reservation. ABSOLUTELY NO walk-ins.|
|At this time there will be NO VISITORS, NO TENTING, NO CYCLISTS & NO CABIN RENTALS. All common areas remain closed including: Playground, rec Hall, games room, mini putt, bathrooms/showers, laundry room & outdoor fitness equipment.|
A Partial Burn Ban is now in effect.
CAMP FIRES ONLY BETWEEN 6:00 PM TO 11:00 PM
MUST BE ATTENDED AT ALL TIMES
MUST BE FULLY EXTINGUISHED WITH WATER WHEN DONE
Thank you for your cooperation.
Go to the awesome 1000 Islands Tower (formerly known as 1000 Islands Skydeck) where the view from 400 feet up inspires! See the 1000 islands on three different levels as you stand elevated halfway between Canada and the State of New York.
Grenville Park Camping and RV amenities
include clean restrooms and showers, firewood, ice, a small grocery store, game room, and much more. The huge 200 camping and RV site area is managed by a customer-centric staff.
My wife and I have been visiting Grenville Camping and RV Park for over 10 years. We were attracted to the idyllic setting along the St. Lawrence Seaway, the spacious waterfront lots, and the expansive tree foliage that offers welcome shade in the hot summer days. It is situated close to all amenities, it lies within an hour’s drive of Ottawa, and it is a good launch point for a day trip into the US.
Three years ago we took up a seasonal lot at Grenville, and we continue to enjoy the park, now as seasonal residents. The respectful and professional management keeps the Park clean, safe, and comfortable for residents and visitors alike. And while they do their best to accommodate everyone’s requests, they maintain reasonable standards, which is important to us residents. There is a large, well managed playground for kids, and two family beaches.
The park is a 40-minute drive from our home in Ottawa, and so we often host friends and family on warm, sunny afternoons. We launch our kayaks and paddleboards right off the shore along our property. Like many lots, we have a waterfront on a protected cove off the main river. Once you reach the main river, a long, thin island runs down the middle of the river, separating our shallow channel from the main navigation waterway, making this corner of the St. Lawrence an ideal place to paddle around without risk of encountering big ships or fast speedboats.
The park is a 5-minute drive from the Town of Prescott, where there is a Timmy’s, Canadian Tire, Home Hardware, and a fully stocked grocery store. We also launch excursions into the US from the Park. The Ogdensburg Bridge is visible from the Park. We cross in the morning and easily return the same day, and we look forward to our next trip once the COVID-19 border crossing restrictions ease.
In summary, our experience has shown the Grenville Park is an ideal spot for the casual visitor or seasonal resident. Very highly recommended
Beautiful setting on the St. Lawrence River. Our site faced the volleyball area and “beach” then the water was just beyond so we did not have any other RVs in front of us. 30 amp service only + water… A few over the air TV stations were available and we had cell signals from the US here.
We really loved this park. It is right on the St. Lawrence seaway. We had a pull-through site. The rate was Passport America and cash payment. This park has a large number of seasonal sites but very well maintained. The land is owned by some kind of Canadian Parks commission and all seasonal sites must be vacated in the window – the RV and all patios, sheds must be removed. This keeps the seasonal RV sites very clean and uncluttered. We would have stayed here longer but the park was full for the Canadian Civic 3 day weekend. We camped at Grenville park in a Fifth Wheel.
First time here. Heard great reviews. This is a leased managed park that is owned by the St. Lawrence Parks Commission. Grassy sites, no mats permitted and really you do not need them here. Water on your site, beaches are nice, pet swimming area. Lots of seasonals.
This park is only located only 40 minutes from Ottawa. What a nice getaway. Upon arrival, we were greeted by the most friendly and helpful staff who have a vested interest in ensuring that guests have a good stay. The park itself is quiet, clean, and very well situated along the St. Lawrence river.