We’ve gathered the most asked questions to help make planning your camping trip stress-free. Contact us if you need more assistance.


Check-out time is 12:00 pm. If you want to extend your stay for another night, please inform the Park Office before noon and it is subject to availability.

Quiet hours are from 11:00 pm to 9:00 am, except for social functions sponsored by the Camp. During this time, all music, including in the laundry room, must be turned off.

All campfires and lights must be out by 12:00 am.

No, only one camping unit is allowed per site, and no secondary camping trailers, including tent trailers, are permitted. Your vehicles must also be parked on your site and not on the roadway or blocking it. Visitors’ vehicles must be parked in the front parking lot. The WPC Management may allow a utility trailer, boat, or second car owned by the occupants to be parked on-site, but no permanent parking of vehicles or trailers in the front field is permitted.

Yes. Alcohol is restricted to your campsite, subject to Provincial Liquor Laws. You are responsible for your guests.

No. Bicycling is not allowed after dusk. The use of approved safety helmets while bicycling in the campground is mandatory as per Provincial law at all times.

No. Fireworks or Sky lanterns are not allowed on Camp property.


All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult (16+) who must stay at the pool and supervise for whatever length of time their child/children are in the pool enclosure. The pools are for registered campers and their visitors only.

Garbage must be securely bagged and tied and placed in the garbage bins located at the entrance. You are responsible for any other garbage disposal.

Yes. Campers are encouraged to use the trailer dumping station located behind the Office. The water hose is to be used to clean the platform after every use. There are portable dumping trailers available at no charge. The dumping stations are for registered campers and their visitors only.

Yes. Electric golf carts with proper insurance coverage are allowed at the discretion of the WPC Management and are only operated by an adult with a G or higher license. No alcohol/illicit drugs are permitted in or on any vehicle on campground property as per provincial law. All golf carts must be back at the owner’s site by midnight 7 days a week. Golf carts must remain on roadways AT ALL TIMES and are not allowed in any common areas e.g.: playground or front field, and not allowed on walking or biking trails. Any deviance from the aforementioned rules may result in camping privileges being revoked at the discretion of the WPC Management and or WPC Committee. All golf carts must have the campsite number clearly visible on both.


Yes, all overnight guests must be registered, regardless of their relationship to you.

Visitors are required to leave the campground by 11:00 pm.


Pets must be leashed and cleaned up after immediately at all times. Pets are not allowed to be left unattended at the campsite or in the trailer. Pets are allowed to stay at the camp at the discretion of the WPC Manager. If a pet’s behaviour is deemed unsatisfactory, you may be asked to remove your pet from the campground immediately.

No reptiles or exotic pets on Campground property.