Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a question about staying at Highland Pines? Here are a few frequently asked questions from our visitors. If you can’t find the answer you are looking for here, contact our office for more information.
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Highland Pines welcomes guest of all ages! We are primarily a family campground, so if you are coming for a visit, please keep your activities family-appropriate.
At Highland Pines, we provide overnight sites for RV and tent camping, seasonal sites for trailers, as well as cottage and cabin rentals. Our sites can accommodate a range of trailer sizes and offer both 30 and 50 amp hookup options. Contact our office for further details.
In order to rent a site at Highland Pines you must be over 25 years of age.
At Highland Pines, there is something for everyone! Our world-class facilities include swimming pools, splash pads, playgrounds, sports facilities, hiking trails, and an airsoft range. For more activity information, click here
No, we do not rent boats, but you may launch your boat on site and rent a dock slip at our marina to enjoy your boat throughout the summer season.
Quiet time is between 11pm and 8am. No music or noise of any kind is allowed during quiet time.
Yes, you can fish in Lake Belwood in the designated fishing areas — away from the beach area and the power boat launch. All provincial fishing laws apply.
Yes, fires are allowed, unless there is a fire ban in the area.
Yes, we offer firewood for sale at the main office.
Each reservation includes two adults and any children who are under the age of 25. You may have to up to four adults on site for an additional fee.
Yes, you are allowed to bring your pets to overnight and seasonal campsites at Highland Pines. Your pets must remain on leash at all times in the campground and you must pick up after them. There is also one pet-friendly rental cottage available.
Yes, you may bring alcohol to Highland Pines. You can only consume alcoholic beverages on your own campsite.
Yes, you can bring glass, tupperware, and bottles. Please remember to dispose of empty glass or bottles appropriately.
You can bring any park-model trailer into Highland Pines, but you must pay the posted pad fee to add it to a campsite, unless it is purchased through our RV sales department (in which case the pad fee is waived). If you are bringing a travel-model trailer into the campground, you can place it on the site without any additional charge, pending the approval of our staff.
The season at Highland Pines runs from the first Friday in May until Thanksgiving weekend in October.
No, your trailer can stay on its site for the winter.
Yes, you may bring a golf cart to use in the campground, if it is safetied and approved by a small engine mechanic beforehand.
We can accommodate any size of RV, but please call the office before arriving to ensure that your specific site can accommodate you.
Yes, all of our sites have water and electricity. Select overnight sites will also offer 30 or 50 amp hookups for RVs. The majority of our sites include sewer hookups as well. Please call our main office for details on availability.
Yes, there are two dump stations available in the campground.
Yes, tent camping is allowed on any overnight site.
Only one vehicle is allowed per site. If you wish to include a second or third vehicle, you must pay an extra fee. Other vehicles may be parked on site or they may use the public parking areas in the campground.
Everything except the tent! Our cottages and cabins include water and electricity, but you should bring bedding, toiletries, food, etc. Please see our Cottages & Cabins page for exact details on what is included with your rental unit.
Power and water are available at every site. Cottages will also include a fridge, sink, and microwave. Both cottages and cabins will have a charcoal barbecue available for use outside.
Yes, there are public washrooms available at the campground. Cottages will also include a private washroom with a bathtub, shower, sink, and running hot water.
Only the cottages have heating and air conditioning options.