Due to the ongoing pandemic, camping at Dalewood and Lake Whittaker campgrounds will be a little bit different this year. KCCA is doing our best to ensure that as many facilities as possible are open and accessible during your stay. You can help. Be patient and follow all applicable COVID-19 safety measures and closures.
Before You Book…
Please review the information on this webpage carefully, including the “What is Open? What is Closed?” and the “Frequently Asked Questions” sections below. The stage/phase that the campground is placed in is beyond KCCA’s control and is determined by the Province or local health unit. Please note that Dalewood Conservation Area/Campground is located within the jurisdiction of Southwestern Public Health and may be in a different phase/stage of restrictions than Lake Whittaker Conservation Area/Campground which is located in the jurisdiction of the Middlesex-London Health Unit.
Check this webpage often to ensure that you have the most up to date information before your stay.
When/How Can I Book a Campsite?
The 2021 operating season will be May 1 – September 30 subject to provincial restrictions.
Watch our Facebook page for site availability alerts. While walk-ins will be entertained this year; we expect to be fully booked – please call ahead. Reservations are preferred.
Lake Whittaker 519-269-3592
Refunds Due to COVID-19
Refunds for reservation cancellations will be in accordance with KCCA’s Refund Policy. Exceptions to the Refund Policy will not be considered due to a lack of or change in amenities. Full Refunds regardless of advance notice timelines, including administration fees, will only be issued if the campground you have booked at is moved to Stage 1 (Lockdown/Control) during your reserved stay.
Self Screen; Stay Home if you are Sick
Follow all applicable COVID-19 safety measures – practice physical distancing, wear a mask, follow gathering limits and do not enter the campground unless you successfully pass the Ontario Government COVID-19 Self-assessment (https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/)
All campers required to self-quarantine or isolate due to COVID-19, must do so at their primary residence.