Accommodations & Camping

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KINSMEN/LIONS CLUB FIDDLE PARK

Campground Location

The  Campground for the Canadian Open Old Time Fiddle Contest is located on the south-east side of the Town of Shelburne in the Township of Amaranth.   It is situated on the 2nd line of Amaranth (also called County Rd. 11) just south of Highway 89, directly south of the No Frills grocery store (at the lights). The Park is divided into lots, 26’ x 40’ with water hook-ups at each lot.  There is no electricity to any of the lots.  Generators may be used between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. but we ask for co-operation when using them. Amplification must be kept to a minimum.

Other Details:

  • gates will be open Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 8:00 am – Sunday, Aug. 9
  • registration office will open Thursday, Aug. 6  at  9:00 am
  • water hook-up to each site will be available Wednesday, Aug. 5
  • no electricity hook-ups to any lot
  • bus service to arena (fiddle championship venue) and downtown
  • showers and washrooms will open Thursday, Aug. 6
  • fee per lot:
    • Thursday, Aug. 6 – Sunday, Aug. 9  (3 nights) $75.00
    • Saturday only: Aug. 8 (1 night)  $35.00
  • Kinettes food booth (times to be posted)

Book Campsite(s)

Complete registration form, select site/sites from campground map, and mail payment to contact below. Upon receipt of the above, confirmation will be mailed  to you along with your Confirmation Pass and Regulations & Rules for the Park for the week.  Any questions, please contact email or phone number below.

Fee Per Lot: Thursday, Aug. 6 – Sunday, Aug. 9  (3 nights) $75.00
Fee Per Lot: Saturday only: Aug. 8 (1 night)  $35.00

Submit 2015 camping registration form to:
Jean Cheyne,  519-925-2721, fiddlecampshelburne@gmail.com
415 Pinegrove Ave., Shelburne, Ontario  L9V 2Z7

8 thoughts on “Accommodations & Camping

  1. We are very much aware of your comments and have heard the same complaint from other visitors. Unfortunately the property is owned by the Town of Shelburne and we have to work with what we have. We have
    explained your complaints to them on several occasions but they have not been willing to discuss it with us to date. I have forwarded your two comments on to them but don’t have an answer. It is very discouraging to members of the Kinsmen and Lions Club but not much we can do about it.
    We are sorry you are not joining us but hopefully in the future (not soon) they will discuss hydro sites. The Park cannot succeed unless somethings are upgraded.

  2. I do not think it is in your best intrest to leave it to long as from the information that I have recieved some camp groups are giving up on the expectations that you ” will ” have hydro hook ups in the “short future ” and are moving on to “other areas that do have hydro hook ups “

  3. Do you ever plan to have Hydro hook up at the Fiddle Park as you know pretty much your camping facilities are suffering from the lack of it

  4. What are the dimensions of the Tent Sites? I presume they don’t have water hookups?

    Last time I went was in the ’70s, and people were able to camp there all week; many planned a vacation week that way. I take it this is no longer possible?

    You obviously have limited camping accommodations. Last time, we stayed at another campground north of town. The Tourism Association doesn’t list nearby campgrounds – do you have a source for such a list, or can you add a list to your page here?

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