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Nith Valley Waypoint

Space for 1 Rig
30 ft max
2 nights maximum

Notice Required
Same day is okay
2 weeks max
Response Rate
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  • Slideouts Allowed
  • Generators Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome


  • 15 Amp Electric Hookup
  • Pull-Through Parking
  • Tow Vehicle Parking
  • Campfire Ring
  • Off-Leash Area
  • None for hookups


In the small village of Haysville, Ontario, with access to the river and a walking trail. Deer, Eagle and Blue Heron sightings are common.

House Rules

Quiet after 10 pm.

Access Road Conditions

Good access to location. Small relatively steep hill to access site. On grassy area which can be tricky when ground is wet. Alternate parking available on street in front of house.

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

Park with your camper or you can use our driveway.


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Available most of the time. Rainy weather may require that you park at the front of the house rather than in the meadow.


New Hamburg, ON, Canada

Suggested Local Attractions

Stratford Festival during the summer months, Mennonite Relief Sale in the spring. Moparfest in August. Also the town of New Hamburg has a large working waterwheel and dam. One upscale restaurant, and several family restaurants. Nearby village of Baden is home to historic EJ's pub.....they have wings to die for, also the home of Kilbride Castle.

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Member Since
March 15, 2018
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August 2018

Wonderful hosts and beautiful location!

Don & Connie were the most welcoming friendly hosts and the location on their property beautiful and serene. A lovely meadow close to the road (not too much traffic by our standards) with trees surrounding and a path down to a river. Hope to cross paths again with them in the future!