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COFrank


Sep 12, 2011, 3:15 PM
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Car camping  (North_America: Canada: Ontario: Golden_Horseshoe)
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Heading to horseshoe for an overnight stay, and really don't want to pay for a campsite. Can anyone comment on if any of the parks allow overnight parking, or any nearby places good to park and sleep overnight?
Just trying to avoid tickets or fines, and not terribly familiar with the area.


Kartessa


Sep 12, 2011, 6:36 PM
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COFrank wrote:
Heading to horseshoe for an overnight stay, and really don't want to pay for a campsite. Can anyone comment on if any of the parks allow overnight parking, or any nearby places good to park and sleep overnight?
Just trying to avoid tickets or fines, and not terribly familiar with the area.

Not much in the way of free camping around here, iz shitty, i know.

The best place if you're planning to set up overnight and don't want to pay is probably a Walmart, might lack scenery but its safe and no tickets/fines.

When/Where are you going?


COFrank


Sep 13, 2011, 10:48 AM
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Thanks, just never had to spend $40/night for just a campsite. Heading there beginning of next week, probly hit up Nemo and Rattlesnake.


Kartessa


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COFrank wrote:
Thanks, just never had to spend $40/night for just a campsite.

Then you're doing it wrong. KOA is $25/nt.

I guess someone has never stayed in a Provincial Park Tongue


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