Pelee Island is home to two campgrounds. Each offers a unique outdoors experience that show the true beauty of Pelee Islands natural environment.
2019 Camping Season Dates: Wednesday, May 1st. through Sunday, November 10th.
1362 East Shore Road
Pelee Island, ON
Located on the east side of the island with 25 individual sites. The sites are wooded and the public East Beach is steps away.
Accommodations for tents, tent trailers and off the grid camping vehicles;
Picnic table and firepit on every site;
Washroom and shower facilities available at your convenience;
Short walk from beautiful sandy beach;
Furry family members welcome;
Age minimum of 18 years, unless accompanied by an adult;
11:00 p.m. noise curfew and alcohol prohibition.
Fees and Reservations:
Reservations taken via phone with valid Visa or Mastercard;
Individual Campsite – $25.00 per night for up to 5 campers;
Additional Campers – $5.00 extra per person, per night;
Group Camping (open area site) – $5.00 per person, per night;
Non-Profit Group Camping (open area site) – $4.00 per person, per night;
Registered Non-Profit Number required to receive Non-Profit Group Camping Rate;
Day Camping – $1.99 per person (phone for details);
Children 5 years old or younger always stay free;
24-hour cancellation policy: Failure to show for reservation will result in charge of one night;
All fees subject to HST.
Directions from Ferry Terminal (West Dock) to East Park Campground (1362 East Shore Road):
Exit ferry terminal by turning right onto West Shore Road;
Keep left around curve onto East West Road (Pelee Island Wine Pavilion on right-hand side);
Turn left onto East Shore Road (at very end of East West Road);
Arrive at the East Park Campground in approximately 1 km (turn left onto laneway immediately passed activity field and campground sign).
Located on the North Shore of the island with sites for tents and camper trailers. Washroom and shower facilities.
Rooms, Waterfront Cottage Rentals & Camping. Also inquire about Event Tent Rentals and Catering! Call (519) 724-2195 for reservations. For more information please visit the Anchor and Wheel website.