Prospect Hill Campground

Camper Code of Conduct 2021

This code is in effect starting May 21th, 2021

Prospect Hill Campground welcomes you back! Please read this Code of Conduct (the Code) and review it with all family members. The rules in this Code must be followed to ensure we all stay safe and do not engage in activities that contravene any Provincial or Federal Government regulations and ensure we comply with all health regulations. It is important to remember that, ultimately, we are all in charge of our own health and safety. Please remember to bring a mask and gloves or hand sanitizer for the occasion that you will need it.

This Code is over and above our normal campground rules, which still apply. Strict enforcement of all rules will be in place for all registered names on your occupancy agreement. Any camper, regardless of age who breaches this Code will be asked to leave the campground immediately and your Licence of Occupation may be cancelled immediately.

If you have a fever or flu-type symptoms, please stay home. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are a presumptive case, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive or is a presumptive case, we request that you do not attempt to enter the campground. Please remain at your residence until you have been cleared by your local health department and/or you have finished your self-isolation of 14 days.

If you are returning from travel from outside of the Province of Ontario, do not plan to visit the campground for a period of 14 days, please remain home.

At this time, we will be operating under the following rules. These rules may change as the Ontario or Federal Government amends legislation.


Visitors allowed in the campground depend on the colour of the Region. The colour may change from time to time and may be different from the region you live in. If you have questions, please consult the campground.

GREY and RED Lockdown – No Visitors allowed in the Campground

ORANGE, YELLOW & GREEN Restrict - Visitors allowed and are limited to up to 25 people. Must be able to ensure proper social distancing of 6 feet or more. Visitors must provide their name, contact information and answer covid-19 screening questions prior to entry.

Common Areas will be Closed and/or Open depending on the colour of our Region – Signs will be posted

Walking around the Campground

At all times campers must obey social distancing rules and gathering laws as mandated by the Province of Ontario. You must stay 2 meters or 6 feet away from other campers. You may use walking trails if social distancing rules are followed.

Children under the age of 12

We expect that all parents will ensure their children always obey the rules. If your children cannot follow these rules, please do not bring them to the campground at this time. Children should be accompanied by an adult at all times when off-site. This includes activities such as bicycling and walking.


Only Events and Activities that can be undertaken obeying all social distancing and gathering restrictions will be run.

Golf Carts

Golf carts are for those with mobility issues only and subject to management pre-approval. Only the people listed on the License of Occupation may be permitted on the Golf Cart at any time.

Limit of campers in an area

Campers are expected to respect and obey all signage which restricts the number of people permitted in certain areas. Social distancing and gathering rules must be followed.


During Grey and Red lockdown – please do not come into the store and only use the walk-up window during store hours

Orange, Yellow and Green Restrict – When coming into the store/office you must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Limit of 5 customers at a time.

Respect of others and staff

All Customers, guests and staff are responsible for respecting the dignity and rights of everyone at the campground. Every person has a right to expect their time at the campground will be without any type of discrimination or harassment. We will not tolerate, ignore, or condone discrimination or harassment and we are committed to promoting respectful conduct, tolerance and diversity at all times. We are all here to either enjoy our hard-earned leisure time, or to do our jobs as best we can: treating each other with respect is the best way to ensure that happens.

Your Family Camping Destination

Prospect Hill Campground brings you a relaxed family camping experience located on beautiful 

Fish Creek.

Spend your vacation days in our Family Friendly campground that offers a wide variety of activities to keep everyone in the family busy all summer long

  • Swimming in our large pool or just catching rays on the pool patio
  • Fishing or wading in the river
  • Watching the kids in the playground
  • Shooting hoops in the basketball area
  • Get down and dirty in the sand volleyball court
  • Join in weekend tournaments of darts or horseshoes
  • Fly high on the swings
  • Build a castle in the large sandbox or take a ride on the wagon
  • Enjoy a treat from the store
  • Participate in our exciting planned family activities
  • Just relax on your large grassy lot
  • At night, be sure not to miss our great dances and planned celebrations
  • Enjoy a leisurely campfire under the trees and stars.

Prospect Hill has large, grassy sites available to accommodate everything from travel trailers, to 40 ft rigs. Transient sites have 30 amp hydro and water on-site, as well as a fire-pit and picnic table. There are also 20 large, non-serviced sites, great for dry camping. Tent camping is no longer available.

We have been awarded a “Top 25 Most Popular Kids Activity Award for 2016-2020.”


Prospect Hill Campground

1142 Perth Rd 139

Granton Ontario

N0M 1V0

A quick drive from London, Stratford or Exeter. 

Directions can be found at

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Located just 8 minutes from beautiful St. Mary's, home to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Quarry-Southwestern Ontario's largest outdoor swimming pool! 

Centrally located just 20 minutes North of London, Ontario, home to the Children's Museum and Storeybook Gardens. Do some great shopping on Richmond Row, or enjoy London's concerts that are held throughout the summer.

Only 20 minutes west of Stratford, Ontario. Home to the Stratford Festival, where you can take in a Shakespeare play, experience any of the exciting festivals and/or take a scenic stroll along the river.

Our family run campground takes great pride in our weekend events and activities. We strive to provide a fun, family environment, with something for every age group. With the help of our Seasonals, many of our events have become annual events that our campers look forward to each and every year. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat and referrals.

Be sure to check out our activities calendar and book early to ensure your favourite campsite!

Seasonal and Transient Camping -Sold out for 2021

Please call for details


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