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GPS Information: 44.5642, -78.31972

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Open May 12 - Oct 10

Pineaires has fully and partially serviced trailer lots spread along winding roads, and offers a large greenbelt area for easy access to the lake. The resort is surrounded by a large forested area, of which 50 acres belongs to Pineaires.

Pineaires Resort on sparkling Sandy Lake has all your family needs for camping, tenting, waterfront cottages and seasonal trailer sites. Please, no dogs.

We have beautiful 3-bedroom cottages. At Pineaires, your lakefront cottage has plenty of space around for privacy and tall white pines for shade. Our cottages are clean and spacious. Each one is waterfront and has its own deck overlooking the lake. Each cottage comes with a boat and your own private dock in front of the cottage. All of our waterfront is naturally sandy and weed-free.

For an answer to any questions, please contact the Schneiders at 705-657-8094



 Full-season-only sites available
 Overnight sites available
 Roofed lodging available
 Tenting available
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Total Sites165
Overnight Sites25
Seasonal Sites140
Highest Amperage30
Electrical / Water / Sewer160
Electrical / Water5
Electrical0
No Services0
Min / Max (Daily)$36.00 / $45.00
Max length (of RV)42 ft


Amenities

  Accessible facilities
  Boating (marina, boat launch, or docks)
  Cable TV (at site)
  Controlled access
  Credit/debit cards
  Dumping (station or mobile)
  Group camping
  Hot tub
  Internet (hot spot)
  Internet (WiFi at site)
  Laundromat
  Pet-friendly
  Planned activities/events
  Playground
  Propane
  Pull-thru sites
  Rec hall/games room
  Restaurant/snack bar
  Store
  Swimming (indoor pool)
  Swimming (lake, river, or beach)
  Swimming (outdoor pool)
  Toilets (pit/outhouse)
  Toilets/showers (comfort station)


Experiences In or Around the Campground:
Basketball, Boat rental (motorized), Cycling, Dances, Fishing, Horseshoes, Motorboats allowed, Swimming (lake, river)


Driving Directions


Directions from Toronto:
Take Hwy 401 E.
Keep L for Hwy 401 express E.
Hwy 401 express E becomes provincial route 401 E.
Take the Hwy 35/Hwy 115 exit (exit 436) toward Lindsay/Peterborough.
Merge onto provincial route 115 N.
Take the Hwy 7 W exit toward Fowlers Corners.
Turn R at Yankee Line (first stop sign).
Turn L at Boundary Rd (first L).
Turn L at Tara Line (first stop sign).
Tara Line becomes Lakehurst Rd.
Turn L at Elbow Point Rd.
Watch for Pineaires sign.
2 km down road.
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