Port Burwell Provincial park is a hidden gem in Southwestern Ontario. Located about 45 minutes from London and within a couple hours of Toronto this provincial park offers great camping, and a pretty nice beach too. We've stayed at the park twice, and both times chose to stay in the Leander Campground. All bathrooms/shower facilities are less than a year old and are spacious and fairly easy to access. They have a great playground which a must for our two young children. The sites are spacious, and all have the typical shared hookups for electricity which are features in all Prov. parks. The area is very rustic, and features plenty of mature trees which gives it almost a Northern Ontario feel. The gatehouse sells some basic amenities, but if you forget any key items Port Burwell only has one small convenience store (Red and White Store) which can sometimes have limited hours. The closest main grocery store would be in Aylmer which is a good 30 minute drive away. The beach at the park is quite nice, although a lot of people have complained that they stopped grooming the sand. The park claims that not grooming is better for wildlife in and around the lake. We personally skipped the beach at the park as you have to hike over a huge Sand-dune which is tough for anyone with mobility issues. They need to build a walkway over the dunes similar to what is featured at the Pinery. The public beach in the town of Port Burwell is nice also as an alternative. The park has recently added extra amenities including a water station that can accommodate two RVs at once to fill up your water tank when you arrive at the park. They have also expanded their dumping station for your toilet (so again two RVS can be using the dumping station at once). We also noticed they had felled a few trees in the entrances to some sites at they were causing an obstacle to people trying back their RV into their site. These removals in no way harmed the atmosphere or dense forest around the park. We also noticed they had made efforts to add gravel into the entrance of some sites to alleviate some soggy/muddy areas which form when it rains. We've done both Spring and Fall camping at Port Burwell and found getting availability was easy. We highly recommend site 151 in Leander!