Situated along the Grand River, it offers the best of both worlds - a serene, natural setting for campers, with access to Bingemans attractions. Tent, RV, cabin and yurt sites available. Open from May to October.
City of Waterloo
Laurel Creek Conservation Area is just minutes away from Waterloo, Kitchener and Mennonite Country, making it a great home base for exploring Waterloo Region. It is part of the Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA).
Laurel Creek offers 122 campsites, ranging from heavily wooded to more open sites as well as sites providing a lakefront view. Bring a canoe and enjoy a quiet paddle on the lake, or rent a canoe at the gatehouse. The park has 4.5 kilometres of trails that connect to trails outside the park in Waterloo and Kitchener, as well as regional trails such as the Walter Bean Grand River Trail. The park also offers swimming, windsurfing, cycling trails and other activities. There is a sandy beach and three picnic shelters.
Campsites at Laurel Creek Conservation Area are available for booking between May 1 and October 15 annually. Reservations can be made in advance through the GRCA online reservation system only. Walk-up reservations are not accepted.
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