Well, our first pup outing was at Rockwood Conservation Area, not far from us in Rockwood Ontario just outside of Guelph. We had been here many times before on day trips as the park has some beautiful trails and scenery. The rock formations and water settings are quite nice. Having been at the campground before, we knew the serviced areas were quite sparse and mostly filled with larger trailers and a few pups for those that need service. We opted for what is known as the lower loop in Cedar Valley. This area is nicely wooded but is fairly small, maybe 10-12 campsites with most beog too small for a pup. The site we were on -189 - was perfect. Is a huge site and actually has drive through access: http://www.grcacamping.ca/en/campsite.cgi?&p=246&g=751&s=189 There was plenty of room for the pup, close to water tap ( like real close). The site had three picnic tables on it (all did) which was nice. Noise was minimal even though the campground loop is small however this area does back right on to a road which was more noisy during the day. It has fairly new shower and toilet facilities just outside the loop..less than 2 minute walk. Also this quaint park being nicely nestled has some real close amenities. Right outside the gate is a gas station with a good coffe place. Directly beside that is a hardware store with a great supply of camping needs. I whipped over and bought a large size camp grate and some nice dry firewood (which was cheaper and larger bags than at park). So for our first trip, it was close, easy and convenient. Kids had a great time exploring caves, fishing and the everyday camping stuff (fire pit, bocce ball!). It's not a Provincial Park size, but has some natural beauty to it and for being less than 45 min away we would hit it again for sure.