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5 Delicious Reasons to try RV Camping this season

Have you heard of Terego? It’s our new favorite way to travel in Ontario.

Terego hooks you up with wineries, breweries, farms and more to park your RV or camper for the night. No crowded lots, just you and vines – or hops – or alpacas. Best of all: the spots are free for members!

Terego is a project of a mother and daughter, Michèle Bourassa and Karine Morin, passionate about camping and agritourism. If, like us, you too are the kind of traveller that likes to travel on unknown RV routes, taking time to meet the locals and marvel at the taste of a new delight or the sight of a breathtaking landscape, then keep reading, as this story could forever change the way you travel on an RV.

There’s new spots popping up every week in the network, we can barely keep up! Here’s five delicious places we’re excited to (tere)go this summer.

1  |  Udderly Ridiculous Farm Life

906200 Township Rd 12, Bright, ON    udderlyridiculousfarmlife.com

This charming farm in Bright, Ontario is home to an adorable herd of alpacas and dwarf goats. They’re new to the Terego network! At Udderly Ridiculous you can do goat yoga in the morning, enjoy ice cream in the afternoon and have an alpaca encounter in the evening. Sounds like pretty swell to us!

 

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2  |  Cannamore Orchard

1480 County Rd 32, Crysler, ON    cannamoreorchard.com

The Cannamore Orchard offers pick your own strawberries, apples and a farm store. They also have many local products such as honey, maple syrup, apple cider, apple butter, and of course, their own famous homemade fudge.

 

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3  |  Macleans Ales

52 14th Ave, Hanover, ON    macleansales.ca

This charming Grey County brewery and hop yard offers RV campers with a taste of craft beer plenty of opportunities to indulge! While you’re there, be sure to try their Lazy Hazy IPA – it tastes like summer in a glass.

4  |  Fromagerie Kapuskoise

376 Government Rd E, Kapuskasing, ON    fromageriekapuskoise.com

One of Ontario’s most Northern Terego hosts is also one of the most delicious! Fromagerie Kapuskoise makes French style cheeses the old fashioned way. They’ll been making cheese in the area since 2011.

 

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6  |  Lacey Estates Winery

804 Closson Rd, Hillier, ON    laceyestates.com

In 1982 the Lacey family purchased property on Closson Road digging into the Hillier clay-loam soils in 2003 to plant what would become 10 acres and producing their first wines in 2007. We’re big fans of their beautiful property and even bigger fans of their Paradise Sparkling Rose!


That’s just a few of the +250 host destinations open to Terego members. Visit their website to learn more and sign up today!