Accommodations & Camping

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Camping

Bruce County Heritage Association offers rough camping on site to members, vendors, demonstrators and exhibitors.  Sites are available on a first come first served basis.

Please contact Jackie Flynn at 519-927-3581 or email  bchacamping@gmail.com

  • No Alcoholic Beverages or Pets on the Show grounds.
  • No Open Flames or Campfires.
  • BCHA Camping is Rough Camping – we do not supply hydro or water to our campsites.
  • Generators are allowed, but need to be turned off during “Quiet Time.”

Our garbage removal from the farm is limited, please refrain from leaving large items for disposal.  We do not have the capacity to recycle material.  Please abstain from leaving it at the farm.

Registered campers wishing to have their grey/black water pumped may do so by letting the camping committee know at time of registration.  Bluewater Sanitation will provide this service for $30 cash on Sunday Morning.  Your site number MUST be standing so your site can be found.

2017 Weekend Camping Fee

Members  $45.00,

Non-Member $45.00 + $25.00 Associate Member fee.

All pre-registered sites MUST be prepaid, all fees are non-refundable.

Cheques can be made out to B.C.H.A. and mailed to: PO Box 128, Paisley, ON   N0G 2N0.

For our U.S. campers please note:  We cannot cash U.S. postal money orders and please ensure that U.S. cheques are cash-able at Canadian Financial Institutions with no additional charges.

Please note that most of our inside and outside vendors operate on a cash only basis. A few can offer credit card and interact services. Please ensure that you have an adequate amount of cash available to purchase from our food, craft, flea market and specialty vendors. There are NO ATM UNITS on the show grounds. The closest ATM  is located at the RBC, 574 Queen St S, Paisley.

 

Ontario Fire Code requires Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Alarms in all RV’s.  To comply with this law and for your safety, we are asking you make sure your RV is equipped with both working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.  Please check the dates on your alarms as well as batteries if you are already equipped.  Being non-complaint can result in a fine of $235.00 for each missing, expired or nonworking alarm.

 

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