Trillium Woods Campground
Trillium Woods Campground is a campground located in Wiarton.
Family camping on private, wooded sites
Private sandy beach on Spry Lake
Log camping cabins
Lakeside tent sites available
Clean, modern washrooms with hot showers
Fishing, hiking, birdwatching
Beautiful wild flowers
Canoe, kayak & row boat rental
Volleyball & horseshoes
Enforced quiet time - 11 pm to 8 am -radio free park at all times
Recreation hall, for special events
Open May 24 weekend to Thanksgiving
Local dining options close to Trillium Woods Campground include Green Door Cafe, Red Fish Blue Fish, Kgum Bo Restaurant, and Pacific Inn.
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Reviews for Trillium Woods Campground, Wiarton
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Sat 20 Jul 2013
Positives: Clean, nice park, typically nice people in the campground
Negatives: Again, the owners make it very difficult to enjoy. The bad unfortunately outweighs the good.
Comments: The idea of going to the trailer is to enjoy yourself. Be respectful, but enjoy yourself. The owners at Trillium Woods to everything but make you feel at home. They watch your every move. NO radios allowed. If you have friends over, they constantly drive by in their golf cart and tell you to be quiet. They are bias, break their own rules, and are extremely unpleasant. It's a shame because it is a nice park. Very bad business people. It shows as majority of the park is empty throughout the year.
Fri 19 Jul 2013
Positives: Family camping ,. no teenage party weekends there they send them off with a phone # of a party park . NEW OWNERS alot more understanding .. Any one who had a bad experience SHOULD give it another shot ..
Negatives: Laundry sometimes is busy i guess pick your times .
NEW OWNERS !!!
Park is a great place ,clean ,pet friendly ,VERY inexpensive park to stay at..If you want to camp in a mature bush ,and not a field this is the place . Great beach and they have these bunkie cabins, pretty cool something you should look at beats a tent by far . everyone seems very content .. and seem to return every yr /. Seems like people travel from far places .. ?? Ottawa . Trenton / Bellville / orangeville /windsor ....
Mon 15 Aug 2011
Positives: Nearby village of Oliphant, is a friendly place near beaches. Slightly further away (about 15/20min is the town of Wiarton in one direction and Sauble beach in another.
Negatives: Internet connection and cell phone service was weak in some of the areas of campground. Only neg i can think of and we where there approximately a week.
Comments: We found sight to be well serviced ,beautifully wooded and clean.Staff where friendly, professional, well informed about local attractions. also helpful in answering questions and getting us full service for our 23ft prowler camper and internet hookup. My wife and I found the area quiet, private and yet fully accessable to trails and facilities.
Wed 01 Sep 2010
Positives: Very quiet
Negatives: Not enough time for laundry and not enough activities for children
Comments: My family has been camping here for a long time it is a nice quiet park and Stewart great there should be more activities for kids though
Sat 21 Aug 2010
Positives: Quiet as any graveyard.
Negatives: Very crappy lady running the campsite.
Comments: The campsite is very quiet and the male half of the owners is a very friendly gent but the female is only friendly till she gets your money then she turns anal as another review says. Pray you don't own a standard car/truck because you will be yelled at to "SLOW DOWN" even though you're not even touching the gas pedal.
Sat 10 Jul 2010
Positives: Park has large wooded sites and it is resonably priced.
Bathrooms are clean and well maintained.
Negatives: Already stated. If you can deal with the woman that acts like your disappointed mom.
Comments: The female partner in the ownership is rathher anal. It's all business to her. She does not make you feel welcome and is more interested in following her "rules". Often yells at you to slow down when your are barely clocking 10km. Laundry facilities are from 10am-6pm when is anyone supposed to get their laundry done?
Wed 05 Aug 2009
Comments: My family enjoyed our stay at Trillium Woods. We tent-camped and had a very nice site right next to the sandy beach. The moonlight shining off the lake was amazing every night! Kids played on the beach and swam, some people fished off the dock and there are canoes and boats to rent. We found the washrooms very clean and the whole campground very well maintained. The campers who stay at Trillium Woods respect it and help to maintain the common areas. We liked the fact that it was quiet with every other family camping around us respecting the quiet night rules and it was easy to get to sleep before 11 as everyone went to bed then. If you are looking for a campground to have a party or be loud and very sociable this is not the place for you. The rates are very reasonable and the provisions supplied in the campstore were well-priced - firewood was $5.00 for a wheelbarrow full and a bag of ice was $2.50. It is a 10 minute drive to Sauble Beach and less than that to drive to Sauble Falls Provincial Park. We enjoyed our 3 night stay and would recommend it to others.
Mon 23 Jul 2007
Sun 01 Jul 2007
Comments: Loved it...going camping again this year!
Sauble beach - walk along one of the world's great beaches. Sauble Falls Provincial Park provides daytime visitors with a view of the cascading falls along the boardwalk. The Fens Boardwalk at Oliphant offers unique fauna & flora. It is located just minutes from the campground off the shore of Lake Huron. Spectacular sunsets from the shores of Lake Huron - just a two-minute ride from the campground. Spirit Rock Conservation Area near Wiarton provides a wonderful hike & view of Colpoy's Bay. Bruce Caves Conservation Area - just three miles from Wiarton - 240 acres of hardwood forest & unique cave formations along the Niagara Escarpment. Great cycling along the shoreline of Lake Huron. Kayak tours leaving from Oliphant. Sauble Speedway - every Saturday night & Sunday evenings of long weekends. Three beautiful, challenging golf courses. Nearby flea markets. Rankin River Canoe Route provides a leisurely 18 km trip from Sky Lake to Sauble Falls Provincial Park. The Bruce Trail has access points at Wiarton. Just 50 minutes away from Tobermory & the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry. Wiarton Willy statue is located in Bluewater Park, Wiarton. Just 30 minutes from Owen Sound.
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Location details / directions
Drive north for 11 km along the Sauble Falls Parkway from the Sauble Beach traffic lights. From the stop sign at Oliphant (corner of Bryant & Oliphant Way), we are just one km north on the right hand side.
From Wiarton, it is 10 km west on County Rd. 13 (previously 21) and 1 km north.
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