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Camping reservation system now open

The camping reservation system for Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) parks opened for the 2012 camping season on Jan. 16.

The service, found at www.grcacamping.ca, is available 24 hours a day from mid-January through to Thanksgiving weekend, allowing campers to book a campsite through to the end of the operating season.

As well, a call centre is available for those who want to book over the telephone. The call centre, which can be reached toll-free at 1-877-558-GRCA (4722), is open daily from 7am to 9pm.

The GRCA is the second largest campground operator in Ontario, offering over 2,500 campsites throughout the Grand River watershed.

Of the GRCA’s 11 gated parks, eight offer nightly, monthly and seasonal camping opportunities. For more information visit the website.

January 20, 2012

 
 

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