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Rondeau Provincial Park Nightlife

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    by Canadian_girl Written Apr 18, 2003

    You're kidding, right? Nightlife, in Rondeau? (or for that matter, anywhere in Kent County?). LOL!
    Bring a cooler full of beer and a guitar or battery-powered stereo and make your own nightlife.
    Go skinny-dipping in the lake (please wait until after dark!). Go chase some raccoons or deer. Go cow-tipping. Torment the loud and annoying children who always seem to be at the campsite next door by making Sasquatch noises outside their tent (my personal favourite).

    Dress Code: Long pants and mosquito repellent. Party hats optional.

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    • National/State Park

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Rondeau Provincial Park Warnings and Dangers

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    by Canadian_girl Updated Mar 27, 2003

    Be aware: alcohol is generally not permitted in Ontario provincial parks on holiday weekends (Victoria day / May 24, Canada Day / July 1, Labour day / 1Sept, etc.) So if you absolutely must drink on those weekends (and to be fair, Canadian camping and beer really do go hand in hand), then be prepared to either hide your cooler from the Yogies aka Park Narcs aka Campground Employees, or go to a non-government run campground like C M Wilson Conservation area near Blenheim.

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    • Camping
    • National/State Park

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