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Grand Bend is located on the southwest side of Ontario and is a hot spot for beach bums, culture vultures, and RV campers alike. This quaint locale nestled on the shores of Lake Huron boasts some of the country's best beaches and surf spots.

You'll find many leisurely pursuits to enjoy in Grand Bend, from creative and artistic activities to adrenaline-fuelled exhilaration in the great outdoors. Grand Bend is also a home away from home for many enthusiastic foodies. The city offers a variety of cuisine options, with one of the highlights being its farm-to-fork eateries. No matter what you like to do, Grand Bend has something to offer everyone in your camping crew.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the biggest draws to Grand Bend is its beaches, which lure swimmers and surfers from all over in the summer. The waters of Grand Bend Beach are some of the most pristine in the country, meaning families can enjoy a wonderful and safe swim. Lifeguards are on duty during operating hours. The beach offers restrooms, playground facilities, and even a splash pad. Seeking a quieter experience? Head to the southern end of the beach, which typically isn't as crowded as the main beach.

Freefalling and parasailing are available for those seeking a big thrill, and both can be done at the only skydiving center in this region. If parasailing excites you, book a ride, strap in, and soak up the magnificent views from the sky.

Hiking is also one of the popular activities to enjoy in the area. Pinery Provincial Park offers scenic hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing routes that weave through 6,200 acres of lush landscape. Enjoy the natural beauty of the Carolinian forest and the unique fauna and flora of this freshwater ecosystem. The rules are simple: be respectful of the natural area by not littering, keep your dog on a leash, and stick to marked paths. Fishing and canoeing are also permitted on the Old Ausable River Channel.

With over 350 different bird species, Grand Bend attracts birders from across the globe. Each spring sees the return of thousands of tundra swans. In the winter, waterfowl is a common sight, while nesting birds dominate the summer sightings. Grand Bend also hosts a variety of birdwatching events that make visits well worth it for birding enthusiasts.

Camping in Grand Bend

Book an RV in Grand Bend and gear up for an unforgettable vacation. Nearby Dashwood, London, and Chatham-Kent boast a wide variety of RV rentals to suit every budget and style. You'll find several places to park your motorhome rental in Grand Bend and nearby.

Green Haven Trailer Park is a kid-friendly and pet-friendly park featuring playground facilities alongside full hookups and picnic tables. Other amenities include laundry facilities and fire pits. Each site can accommodate rigs up to 45 feet long, making Green Haven an excellent place to park your RV rental in Grand Bend.

Another reliable RV park is Klondyke Trailer Park, a favorite for campers renting an RV in Grand Bend. The park comes equipped with all the home comforts and exciting activities. A few of these include splash pads, playground facilities for children, and other sports facilities like volleyball courts and horseshoe pits. Visitors can make use of the laundry facilities. Kids are welcome, and pets are, too — provided you notify management of your pet prior to your arrival.

When you rent a motorhome in Grand Bend, consider Rus-Ton Family Campground, another gorgeous vacation hot spot for RV campers. The electric sites come with 30-amp service, and each site includes a small garden space and barbecue facilities. Children are welcome, and pets are permitted, but be sure to mention any pets coming along when you make your booking.

Exploring the City

Given its lively beach-town atmosphere, it's no surprise that there's always something fun to do in Grand Bend. The city hosts a number of festivals each year, from live concerts and food festivals to holiday celebrations. If you're visiting in July, you won't want to miss the city's annual Canada Day festival, complete with live music and a brilliant fireworks display.

When you've had all the outdoor adventure you can handle, get a dose of culture at Sunset Arts Gallery. The gallery exhibits works from local artists working in every medium imaginable, from paintings and sculptures to hand-crafted jewelry and pottery. If you're more of a history buff, check out the artifacts on display at Lambton Heritage Museum. Some of the historical buildings on the grounds include an authentic blacksmith shop, a 19th-century schoolhouse, and a church.

Worked up an appetite after all that exploring? Artisan eats are readily available, offering an array of fresh, new flavors. There are also a number of breweries in the area, so a flavorful pub lunch is always on the menu. Alongside these specialty eateries, you'll also find the typical takeaway restaurants and grocery stores. Grand Bend is also home to a number of flea markets and farmers’ markets where locals sell fresh produce and locally made crafts.

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