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Centennial Trailer Park

Centennial Trailer Park is a municipally owned, permanent seasonal Park located in Kawartha Lakes.  Located 5km west of Kirkfield and almost entirely surrounded by water, Centennial Trailer Park is located on Canal Lake. Canal Lake is a popular fishing destination on the Trent-Severn Waterway.  From the Park you can easily access the Kirkfield Lift Lock - Lock 36, the second highest hydraulic lift lock in the world. Centennial Trailer Park is the perfect destination to explore the natural beauty of Kawartha Lakes.

Centennial Trailer Park has 172 spacious sites that can accommodate trailers up to 40 feet in length.

The Park operates seasonally from May until October each year providing a relaxing seasonal vacation experience. Trailers may remain on site during the off-season but access to the Park during the off-season period is limited.

Park highlights include:

  • Two updated comfort stations featuring washrooms/showers
  • Two Playgrounds
  • Laundry facilities
  • Private Beach 
  • Boat Launch
  • Boat Docking
  • Sand Volleyball Court
  • Baseball Diamond
  • Basketball Court
  • Horseshoe Pit
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Community Room
  • Secured, gated access
  • Pet friendly

Park Address: 943 & 944 Centennial Park Road, Kirkfield, Ontario

Interested in becoming a Park Occupant?

Centennial Trailer Park is owned and operated by the City of Kawartha Lakes. 

Located 5km west of Kirkfield, Centennial Park is the perfect destination to explore the natural beauty of Kawartha Lakes. The Park is almost entirely surrounded by water on Canal Lake on the Trent-Severn Waterway.

Generous sites can accommodate trailers up to 40 feet in length.

The Park operates seasonally from May until October each year providing a relaxing seasonal vacation experience. Trailers may remain on site during the off-season but access to the Park during the off-season period is limited.

New Travel Trailers entering the Park, must be less than 10 years old.

New 'Cottager' style models entering the Park must be less than 17 years old. The City of Kawartha Lakes has defined 'Cottager' style models as having a shingled, pitched roof, siding, no slides and a width of 12 feet or greater.

Sites include one of the following options: 

  • municipal water, sewer and 30 amp power hook up or
  • municipal water, 30 amp power hook up and pump out service

Park Site Map

Centennial Trailer Park Map

Download a copy of the Centennial Trailer Park Site Map

Alternate formats of this document are available by e-mailing the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division or by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1301.

Available Sites

Centennial Trailer Park currently has sites available for permanent seasonal use. Please see below for details on available Sites. Please note, rates and availability are subject to change.

Centennial Trailer Park Available Sites

Available Site: Location: Services: 2021 Rate: Image of Site:
Site 7 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

Site 7
Site 39 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36 

tax included

 Site 39
Site 43 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

 Site 43
Site 44  East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

 Site 44
Site 51 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

Site 51
Site 56 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

Site 56
Site 58  East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

 Site 58
Site 62 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

Site 62
Site 64 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

Site 64
Site 65 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

Site 65
Site 93 East side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out

$3005.36

tax included

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Site 311 West side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • No Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out for gray and black water

$2806.20

tax included

 Site 311
Site 312 West side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • No Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out for gray and black water

$2806.20

tax included

Site 312
Site 316 West side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • No Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out for gray and black water

$2806.20

tax included

Site 316
Site 317 West side
  • 30 amp service
  • Water
  • Hydro
  • No Leaching Pit
  • Weekly pump out for gray and black water

$2806.20

tax included

Site 317

For further information on available sites or to arrange a viewing for the upcoming season contact the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division:

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Seasonal Rates and Fees

2021 Seasonal Rates for Sites
 

2021 Rate

2021 Hydro Fee

Total

East Side

     

Sites 1-99

(includes water and pump out)

$2350.25 $309.36 $3005.36

West Side

     

Sites 200-250

(includes water and sewer)

$2585 $309.36 $3270.63

Sites 300-323

(includes water and pump out)

$2174 $309.36 $2806.20

All rates include applicable taxes, unless otherwise stated. Rates are subject to change.

Other 2021 Fees:

Visitor's Fees

Amount

Seasonal Guest Parking Pass (transferrable) $350
Monthly Guest Pass Parking Pass (transferrable) $84

Occupant's Fees

 
Seasonal Secondary Parking Pass $150
Monthly Secondary Parking Pass $36
Additional gate access card $30
Dock - based on the length of the vessel $23 per foot + HST

All rates include applicable taxes, unless otherwise stated. Rates are subject to change.

Park Rules and Regulations

Centennial Trailer Park is owned and operated by the City of Kawartha Lakes and as such is regulated by Parks Bylaw 2006-147.

2021 Centennial Trailer Park Rules and Regulations:

Financial Information

As a Park customer you are expected to abide by the following financial rules. Failure to do so will result in your eviction from the Park.

Site Fees are due by Park Opening

  • Anyone wishing to make payment arrangements must submit a Payment Authorization Form.  All payment arrangements must have a zero balance no later than May 1, 2021.

Deposits on Campsites

  • A deposit to reserve a campsite for the following season will be invoiced in the fall of the preceding year. The remaining seasonal site fees will be prepared and mailed prior to the opening of the Park in May.  All invoices are due and payable 30 days from the date of the invoicing; failure to pay the fees on time will result in late fee penalties (as per City of Kawartha Lakes policy). The City reserves the right to offer another party any site and/or dock where the fee has not been paid on time.

Refunds

  • No refunds will be given upon eviction from the Park.
  • Refunds for seasonal camping will be given on the following basis (less $50 administration fee):
    1. 100% minus the Site deposit, prior to the Park opening date.
    2. 50% minus the Site deposit, after Park opening date.
    3. No refunds will be given after July 1.
    4. Refunds on deposits must be requested in writing and will be given on the following basis:
      1. 100% prior to December 31
      2. 50% prior to March 1

Returned Cheque (NSF)

  • 1st returned cheque; customer will be charged the full amount of payment plus a $40 administration fee.
  • 2nd returned cheque; customer will be charged the full amount of payment plus a $40 administration fee.  All future payments must be made by certified cheque, bank draft, cash or credit card.
Safe Work/Leisure Statement

The City of Kawartha Lakes is committed to meeting the needs of its residents by providing services in a respectful, professional manner.

The City of Kawartha Lakes is committed to providing a safe environment for employees and residents, free from abuse.  These are defined as any verbal or physical threat directed to our staff or residents and also includes swearing, shouting, disrespectful language and inappropriate gestures.

Camper Conduct

Campers are expected to conduct themselves in a manner conducive to a family campground atmosphere at all times. Any and all violations of Park Rules and Regulations and/or of the Terms of the License Agreement will be kept on file as long as you remain an Occupant of the Park. Therefore any subsequent infractions will incur more stringent consequences, possibly resulting in eviction. Should Police and/or Municipal Law Enforcement be required, applicable fees will be charged. Rules for that conduct are outlined as follows:

Alcohol and Controlled Substances

  • Possession and consumption of alcohol is permitted by seasonal campers and their guest(s) in accordance with the Provincial Liquor Control Act. Possession of alcohol in any area of the Park other than a registered campsite is prohibited. Nuisance or excessive use of alcohol will be reported by Park Staff and could lead to eviction. Use of illegal substances will not be tolerated.

Noise

  • A noise curfew will be in effect from 11pm until 11am as per Bylaw 2019-124.
  • The City of Kawartha Lakes Noise Bylaw will be in effect and enforced at all times.
  • Noise violations may result in a fine and/or eviction from the Park. The fines are as follows:
    • 1st offence is $100
    • 2nd offence is $200
    • 3rd offence is $300
    • 4th offence is eviction

Smoking and Vaping

  • Under the Smoke-Free Ontario Act 2017, you cannot smoke or vape within 20 metres of children's playgrounds, sports fields, and comfort stations nor in any enclosed public place.

Swimming

  • Swimming is restricted to designated areas within the Park and prohibited between 9pm and 7am. 
  • An adult must supervise children at all times. Lifeguard not on duty.
  • Diving is not permitted off any dock located along the Park shoreline. 
  • Fishing is prohibited in designated swimming areas.
Campsite Restrictions

The following outlines the permitted and restricted uses for all Park campsites:

Campfires

  • Campfires are permitted in accordance with the City of Kawartha Lakes Burn Bylaw.
  • Campfires must be built in existing campsite fire pits. If you wish to relocate a fire pit ring please contact Park Staff for approval.
  • Park Manager and/or Staff may at any time extinguish unattended or unsafe fires.
  • Burning of garbage or leaves is not permitted.

Dock

  • Docking spaces and privileges will be assigned after full payment of the prescribed seasonal fee has been made and the dock invoice has been paid in full.  Failure to make full payment will result in dock privileges being withdrawn.
  • Docks are not part of a site and as such do not get transferred with site.
  • Docks are property of the City of Kawartha Lakes.
  • No docks may be added/attached to the City of Kawartha Lakes property.
  • Only (1) dock is permitted per site.  If boat docks are available, a second dock may be granted.
  • No playing, diving or fishing from the boat docks will be permitted.
  • Mooring of a boat to the shoreline will not be permitted.  Inquire with Park Staff about dock rentals.
  • Boat I.D. Tags must be displayed clearly on the boat.
  • One boat tag and trailer tag will be issued per site upon purchase of a dock space.  If you do not have a dock but store a boat/trailer at the park, a boat tag and trailer tag are still required.
  • Boats using a dock without docking privileges will be tagged by Park Staff and may be removed based on the Trespass to Property Act.
  • Unsafe use of watercraft may result in docking and launching privileges being revoked.

Fertilizers and Pesticides

  • No chemical sprays, powders, granular including fertilizers and weed control products shall be used in the Trailer Park without consent from the Park Supervisor.

General Permitted Uses on a Campsite

  • (1) Vehicle (secondary/guest vehicles must display parking tag and be stored in designated parking area not on site)
  • (1) Vessel on a trailer (providing there is space and at discretion of Park Staff).
  • (1) Child's pool not exceeding 5 feet in diameter and 12 inches deep. Must be supervised at all times and emptied when unattended. Staff will empty unattended pools and tenant may lose pool privileges.
  • (1) Picnic table
  • (1) Tent
  • (1) Refrigerator (padlocked at all times)
  • (1) Air conditioning unit for trailer only (Turned OFF when campsite not occupied)
  • (1) Storage shed not to exceed 100 square feet with a height not exceeding 8 feet.
    • Storage shed may not be used for sleeping, laundry machines, or hot tubs.
    • No electricity is to be run to or from sheds.
    • Proposals for new sheds may completed online or downloaded and returned via e-mail to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca (see Campsite Appearance - Campsite improvement section)
    • Designs must be sent for approval before any construction may commence.
    • Grandfather Clause: Existing sheds which do not conform to the above criteria in quantity (1) or size (larger than 10 feet x 10 feet) may be permitted, however; when any change occurs such as moving and/or replacement of a shed, or when the Occupant moves to a different site, or sells on site, then the Occupant must conform to the above regulations (one shed, 10 feet x 10 feet).
  • (1) Deck maximum 40 feet in length, not to exceed the length of the trailer including the tongue.
    • The deck shall align with the bumper and/or tongue.
      • Not wider than 10 feet.
      • Proposals for new decks may completed online or downloaded and returned via e-mail to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca (see Campsite Appearance - Campsite improvement section for more information)
      • Designs must be sent for approval before any construction may commence.

Maximum Campsite Occupancy

  • One (1) sleeping unit permitted per campsite.
  • Six (6) persons maximum (18 years or older) may reside on the campsite unless they are immediate family that resides permanently with the registered camper in which case eight (8) persons maximum including children of any age would be permitted.

Parking (Secondary vehicles, Boat and Utility Trailers)

  • Each campsite will be permitted to park one (1) vehicle. One primary parking tag will be issued per site and the cost is included in your site fee.
  • Secondary and/or guest vehicles are to be tagged and parked in the designated parking locations (see Visitors/Guests - Campsite Restrictions section for more information)
  • Parking tags must be displayed clearly in the vehicle.
  • Secondary vehicle parking tags are available for purchase for $150 each (tax included).
  • Boat and boat/utility trailers must display I.D. tags (no charge). If you are using a tarp or cover on your boat, please ensure your tag is visible and on the outside of the tarp/cover. 
  • All vehicles, boats, boat/utility trailers shall have a parking tag affixed at all times.
  • The Park reserves the right to tow untagged vehicles, boats and trailers offsite. Any subsequent fees will be the owner's responsibility.

Pets

  • Pets, not limited to dogs, cats, and birds, are prohibited from designated swimming areas in the Park. 
  • Pets must be kept on a leash (not to exceed six feet in length) when outdoors. 
  • Stoop & Scoop is mandatory, as per City of Kawartha Lakes Bylaw 2017-039.

Propane

  • Propane must be shut-off on trailers vacated for more than 48 hours.

Special Events

  • Special events organized by Park users shall obtain prior approval from the Park Supervisor.

Transient Traders/Yard Sales

  • Transient trader stations (yard sales) are only permitted when arranged as an event through the Social Committee.

Vehicles in Park

  • All vehicles must be operated by a licensed driver in accordance with the Ontario Highway Traffic Act and Regulations and obey speed limit of 10km/hour while in the Park.
  • Tenants and visitors are prohibited from using golf carts within the Park.

Visitors/Guests

  • Your site is rented to you, your spouse and your children under the age of 18.  All other people over the age of two including grandchildren, family members, friends etc. are considered to be visitors. 
  • A Season Guest Pass is now required for visitor access and is available for purchase.  The cost is $350 per season (tax included).  You, the Occupant must ensure the guest pass is purchased and displayed in your guest's vehicle. 
  • Please note there is a limit of 8 people total permitted on a site (6 adults maximum). This total includes guests and Occupants. 
  • Lost passes will be replaced at user's cost.
  • Occupants are responsible for their guests and any subsequent rule violations and associated fines/costs that may result from their actions.
Campsite Appearance

Seasonal campers are expected to maintain their trailers and campsite in an orderly, sanitary and safe manner. The following outlines the specifics regarding campsite appearance:

Campsite Improvement/Alterations

  • Any construction requiring a permit under the Ontario Building Code will not be allowed. The City of Kawartha Lakes Chief Building Official has complete authority over these issues. Registered residents must request in writing to the Park Supervisor for consideration and approval to undertake any of the following:
    • Movement, alteration, improvement, construction, addition (deck or exterior shed) to, on or within their campsite. Applications are available online to be completed electronically or for download or by contacting Park Staff. Proposals for new sheds or decks for approval may be e-mailed to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca
    • Digging to avoid disturbing any buried hydro, water and sewer lines.
    • Planting trees, shrubs, or flowers is prohibited without Park Supervisor approval.
    • No trailer or additions shall be placed such that it will obstruct or interfere with access to services.

Garbage/Recycling/Compost

  • Weekly garbage collection is completed by Park Staff. Ensure your garbage and recycling is placed at the edge of your site by 12 noon on Sunday afternoon, Monday on long weekends. 
  • Garbage is to be put out in clear garbage bags, with a limit of one per site.
  • The City of Kawartha Lakes does not collect compost so food waste must be put in your clear garbage bag.
  • Leaves and yard waste are to be bagged in paper bags only and emptied at the designated area (northeast side of Park.) Burning leaves is prohibited.
  • Please wash and sort recycling as it is collected on alternating weeks. Please - note Green bins are for fibre recycling such as newspaper, fine paper, cardboard - Blue bins are for container recycling such as plastic bags, pop cans, glass bottles, etc. Infractions will result in a fine. 
    • The fines are as follows:
      • $30 fine for the 1st offence
      • $60 fine for the 2nd offence
      • $90 fine for the 3rd offence

Grass Maintenance

  • Seasonal campers are responsible for cutting the grass on the site as required.
  • A fee of $30 will be charged per cut to the registered camper in the event Park Staff are required to maintain a campsite that is diminishing Park aesthetics. Park equipment, including but not limited to lawn mowers, is not available under any circumstances for use by anyone other than Park Staff.

Leaching Pits

  • Campsites containing Leaching Pits are to be used strictly for the disposal of gray water (laundry and kitchen waste water). Campers without Leaching Pits are responsible for containment of all gray water from their trailer (holding tank). 
  • Holding tanks shall be pumped once per week by Park Staff.  Park Management has no recourse but to evict any seasonal camper who does not use the Leaching Pits for their intended use.

Use of Picnic Shelter

  • Picnic Shelter or Community Room may be used, at no charge, by registered seasonal campers and their guests provided that:
    • A reservation of the facility is made by calling the Parks, Recreation and Culture Division at 705-324-9411 extension 1301 or by e-mailing: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca
    • The Picnic Shelter is cleaned up immediately after its use.
    • Any damages are reported immediately to the Park Staff, and repair costs will be charged to the customer's account.
    • No seasonal camper or Park user is unduly disrupted by activity.
    • All Park rules and regulations are adhered to.
    • Use of Picnic Shelter or Community Room shall not go beyond 11pm.
Park Property

Centennial Trailer Park is owned and operated by the City of Kawartha Lakes.  As such the following apply:

Communications

  • Notice boards are located at the washroom buildings.
  • Posted advertisements relating to a business, sale or service need prior approval by Park Staff.
  • All formal concerns, complaints or requests related to Park operations shall be received in writing by the Park Staff.

Park Property

  • No one shall alter damage or remove any Park property.
  • No object including but not limited to satellite dishes, clothes lines, or dog ties may be attached in any way to Park property, including but not limited to hydro poles or trees.

Prohibited items on Park Property

  • Fireworks, paper/Chinese lanterns, weapons, firearms, mopeds, all-terrain vehicles, permanent clothes lines, fences, flagpoles, playground equipment and horseshoe pits on individual sites.  For all inquiries please contact Park Staff.

Pumping Services

  • Pumping tags will be issued to those requiring this service.  Please place your tag in the office mailbox on either the East or West side of the Park when pumping is required and Staff will schedule the pump out. Pumping is only done on Tuesdays. Once your tank has been pumped, Park Staff will return your tag for later use.

Roads

  • Vehicles must travel on existing roads within the Park (not exceeding 10km/hour). No one, other than Park Staff shall maintain, attempt to alter, remove or erect the existing road bed, including speed bumps, drainage and signage.

Trees

  • No tree located within Centennial Trailer Park may be harmed in anyway, nor can any items be affixed to them; including but not limited to satellite dishes, clothes lines, or dog ties. The City of Kawartha Lakes Arborists are solely responsible for evaluating a tree's health, and determining a course of action for care.  The City of Kawartha Lakes is not responsible for damage caused by falling trees or branches.
Site Transactions

Age Restrictions

  • New Travel Trailers entering the Park, either new customer or trailer "swap out", must be less than 10 years old.  New Cottager style models entering the Park, either new customer or trailer "swap out" must be less than 17 years old.  City of Kawartha Lakes has defined Cottager style models as having a shingled, pitched roof, siding, no slides and a width of 12 feet or greater.
  • Any tenants currently in the Park with Travel Trailers older than 10 years and Cottager style models older than 17 years may remain, however if selling on site, your unit must be less than 10 years or less than 17 years respectively.  The same rules apply for movement within the Park (site to site).

Campsite Transfer

  • Campsites will only be transferred to another party by the Park Supervisor.
  • Seasonal campers who have notified the Park Supervisor in writing, will be placed on the waiting list for a campsite.  The waiting list is wiped clean every January.

Selling on Site

  • Selling on site is only permitted with written approval by Park Supervisor, conditional to site waiting list and conditional upon age of trailer. Your permission to sell on site expires on the last day of the camping season. Occupants must request permission annually.

Subletting

  • Subletting is prohibited. If there is suspicion of subletting, it could result in eviction from the Park.  All guests visiting a site must be accompanied by an Occupant as listed on the License of Occupation.

Trailer Replacement

  • A minimum notice of one week, to the Park Supervisor is required prior to any exchange or movement of the trailer.  Movement is not permitted over the course of a weekend for safety reasons or on Tuesdays (pump out days).  Please contact Park Staff to discuss proposals for positioning of a trailer on site. If approval is not received prior to placement, Management reserves the right to request the repositioning of the trailer with all costs to be paid by the site Occupant. Staff will not be responsible or assist with any trailer movement. Replaced trailers must be immediately removed from City of Kawartha Lakes property (replaced trailer not to be stored on site).

Trailer Specifications

  • Trailers entering the Park shall be approved in writing by Park Supervisor prior to entry.
  • Trailer specifications shall be provided to Park Supervisor - length, width, height, year, model number, manufacturer and trailer type - Travel Trailer (tag along 5th wheel) or Cottager model.
  • Trailers must be of portable nature and remain portable while located in the Park (trailer tongue and hitch must remain attached).
  • Trailer must be capable or converted to support 30 amp power service.

Waiting Lists

  • There is a waiting list for campsites as well as docks. One Occupant only from each site shall be permitted to add their name on the wait list for one site. This means, Occupant one cannot have their name on one site and Occupant two have their name on a different site This waiting list gets wiped clean every January. If you are interested in having your name on the waiting list for a specific site or dock, please e-mail: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca

Rules and Regulations subject to change, contact Staff to confirm. To request a copy of the Centennial Trailer Park Rules and Regulations or for further information by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1301 or e-mail the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division.

Failure to submit paperwork and/or payment of fees in full will result in Park access being denied.

For further information on Centennial Trailer Park contact the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1301 or e-mail: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca

Current Park Occupants

*NEW for the 2021 Season, required Forms must now be completed online.

Current Park Occupants should be aware that in addition to site fees being paid in full, the following forms must be completed before access to the Park is granted:

Failure to submit the required paperwork will result in access to the Park being denied and your access gate pass not to be activated in time for Park opening.

The following optional Forms are also available for completion online:

Should you have any questions please contact the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1301 or e-mail: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca

Site Fees

2021 Site Fees are due no later than May 1, 2021
2021 Seasonal Rates for Sites
 

2021 Rate

Yearly Hydro Fee

Total

East Side

     

Sites 1-99

includes water and pump out

$2350.25 $309.36 $3005.36

West Side

     

Sites 200-250 

includes water and sewer

$2585 $309.36 $3270.63

Sites 300-323

includes water and pump out

$2174 $309.36 $2806.26
 All rates listed include applicable taxes, unless otherwise stated. Rates are subject to change.
Other 2021 Fees:

Visitor's Fees

2021 Rates

Seasonal Guest Parking Pass (transferrable) $350
Monthly Guest Pass Parking Pass (transferrable) $84

Occupant's Fees

 
Seasonal Secondary Parking Pass $150
Monthly Secondary Parking Pass $36
Additional gate access card $30
Dock - based on length of vessel $23 per foot + HST

All rates include applicable taxes, unless otherwise stated. Rates are subject to change.

License of Occupation

All Centennial Trailer Park Occupants will be required to complete a License of Occupation Form prior to the Park opening.

Complete a 2021 Centennial Trailer Park License of Occupation Form online here

For questions regarding the License of Occupation Form or to request an alternate format contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail Centennial Trailer Park

Park Rules and Regulations

Centennial Trailer Park is owned and operated by the City of Kawartha Lakes and as such is regulated by Parks Bylaw 2006-147.

All Centennial Trailer Park Occupants will be required to complete a 2021 Centennial Trailer Park Rules and Regulations Form prior to the Park opening.

Complete a 2021 Centennial Trailer Park Rules and Regulations Form online here


2021 Centennial Trailer Park Rules and Regulations:

Financial Information

As a Park customer you are expected to abide by the following financial rules. Failure to do so will result in your eviction from the Park.

Site Fees are due by Park opening

  • Anyone wishing to make payment arrangements must submit a Payment Arrangement Form. All payment arrangements must have a zero balance no later than May 1, 2021.

Deposits on Campsites

  • A deposit to reserve a campsite for the following season will be invoiced in the fall of the preceding year.  The remaining seasonal site fees will be prepared and mailed prior to the opening of the Park in May.  All invoices are due and payable 30 days from the date of invoicing; failure to pay the fees on time will result in late fee penalties (as per City of Kawartha Lakes policy).  The City reserves the right to offer to another party any site and/or dock where the fee has not been paid on time.

Refunds

  • No refunds will be given upon eviction from the Park.
  • Refunds for seasonal camping will be given on the following basis (less $50 administration fee):
    1. 100% minus the site deposit, prior to the Park opening date.
    2. 50% minus the site deposit, after Park opening date.
    3. No refunds will be given after July 1.
    4. Refunds on deposits must be requested in writing and will be given on the following basis:
      1. 100% prior to December 31
      2. 50% prior to March 1

Returned Cheque (NSF)

  • 1st returned cheque; customer will be charged the full amount of payment plus a $40 administration fee.
  • 2nd returned cheque; customer will be charged the full amount of payment plus a $40 administration fee.  All future payments must be made by certified cheque, bank draft, cash or credit card.
Safe Work/Leisure Statement

The City of Kawartha Lakes is committed to meeting the needs of its residents by providing services in a respectful, professional manner.

The City of Kawartha Lakes is committed to providing a safe environment for employees and residents, free from abuse.  These are defined as any verbal or physical threat directed to our staff or residents and also includes swearing, shouting, disrespectful language and inappropriate gestures.

Conduct of this nature will result in the offending party being refused services and/or eventual eviction.

Camper Conduct

Campers are expected to conduct themselves in a manner conducive to a family campground atmosphere at all times. Any and all violations of Park Rules and Regulations and/or of the Terms of the License Agreement will be kept on file as long as you remain an Occupant of the Park. Therefore, any subsequent infractions will incur more stringent consequences, possibly resulting in eviction. Should Police and/or Municipal Law Enforcement be required, applicable fees will be charged. Rules for that conduct are outlined as follows:

  • Alcohol and Controlled Substances

    • Possession and consumption of alcohol is permitted by seasonal campers and their guest(s) in accordance with the Provincial Liquor Control Act. Possession of alcohol in any area of the Park other than a registered campsite is prohibited. Nuisance or excessive use of alcohol will be reported by Park Staff and could lead to eviction. Use of illegal substances will not be tolerated.
  • Noise

    • A noise curfew will be in effect from 11pm until 11am as per Bylaw 2019-124.
    • The City of Kawartha Lakes Noise Bylaw will be in effect and enforced at all times.
    • Noise violations may result in a fine and/or eviction from the Park.  The fines are as follows:
      • 1st offence is $100
      • 2nd offence is $200
      • 3rd offence is $300
      • 4th offence is eviction
  • Smoking and Vaping

    • Under the Smoke-Free Ontario Act 2017, you cannot smoke or vape within 20 metres of children's playgrounds, sports fields, and comfort stations nor in any enclosed public place.

Swimming

  • Swimming is restricted to designated areas within the Park and prohibited between 9pm and 7am. 
  • An adult must supervise children at all times. Lifeguard not on duty.
  • Diving is not permitted off any dock located along the Park shoreline. 
  • Fishing is prohibited in designated swimming areas.
Campsite Restrictions

The following outlines the permitted and restricted uses for all Park campsites:

  • Campfires

    • Campfires are permitted in accordance with the City of Kawartha Lakes Burn Bylaw.
    • Campfires must be built in existing campsite fire pits.  If you wish to relocate a fire pit ring please contact Park Staff for approval.
    • Park Manager and/or Staff may at any time extinguish unattended or unsafe fires.
    • Burning of garbage or leaves is not permitted.
  • Dock

    • Docking spaces and privileges will be assigned after full payment of the prescribed seasonal fee has been made and the dock invoice has been paid in full.  Failure to make full payment will result in dock privileges being withdrawn.
    • Docks are not part of a site and as such do not get transferred with site.
    • Docks are property of the City of Kawartha Lakes.
    • No docks may be added/attached to the City of Kawartha Lakes property.
    • Only one (1) dock is permitted per site. If boat docks are available, a second dock may be granted.
    • No playing, diving or fishing from the boat docks will be permitted.
    • Mooring of a boat to the shoreline will not be permitted.  Inquire with Park Staff about dock rentals.
    • Boat I.D. Tags must be displayed clearly on the boat.
    • One boat tag and trailer tag will be issued per site upon purchase of a dock space. If you do not have a dock but store a boat/trailer at the park, a boat tag and trailer tag are still required.
    • Boats using a dock without docking privileges will be tagged by Park Staff and may be removed based on the Trespass to Property Act.
    • Unsafe use of watercraft may result in docking and launching privileges being revoked.
  • Fertilizers and Pesticides

    • No chemical sprays, powders, granular including fertilizers and weed control products shall be used in the Trailer Park without consent from the Park Supervisor.
  • General Permitted Uses on a Campsite

    • (1) Vehicle (secondary/guest vehicles must display parking tag and be stored in designated parking area not on site)
    • (1) Vessel on a trailer (providing there is space and at discretion of Park Staff).
    • (1) Child's pool not exceeding 5 feet in diameter and 12 inches deep. Must be supervised at all times and emptied when unattended. Staff will empty unattended pools and tenant may lose pool privileges.
    • (1) Picnic table
    • (1) Tent
    • (1) Refrigerator (padlocked at all times)
    • (1) Air conditioning unit for trailer only (Turned OFF when campsite not occupied)
    • (1) Storage shed not to exceed 100 square feet with a height not exceeding 8 feet.
      • Storage shed may not be used for sleeping, laundry machines, or hot tubs.
      • No electricity is to be run to or from sheds.
      • Proposals for new sheds may completed online or downloaded and returned via e-mail to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca (see Campsite Appearance - Campsite improvement section for information)
      • Designs must be sent for approval before any construction may commence.
      • Grandfather Clause: Existing sheds which do not conform to the above criteria in quantity (1) or size (larger than 10 feet x 10 feet) may be permitted, however when any change occurs such as moving and/or replacement of a shed, or when the Occupant moves to a different site, or sells on site, then the Occupant must conform to the above regulations (one shed, 10 feet x 10 feet).
    • (1) Deck maximum 40 feet in length, not to exceed the length of the trailer including the tongue.
    • The deck shall align with the bumper and/or tongue.
      • Not wider than 10 feet.
      • Proposals for new decks may completed online or downloaded and returned via e-mail to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca (see Campsite Appearance - Campsite improvement section for information).
      • Designs must be sent for approval before any construction may commence.
  • Maximum Campsite Occupancy

    • One (1) sleeping unit permitted per campsite.
    • Six (6) persons maximum (18 years or older) may reside on the campsite unless they are immediate family that resides permanently with the registered camper in which case eight (8) persons maximum including children of any age would be permitted.
  • Parking (Secondary vehicles, Boat and Utility Trailers)

    • Each campsite will be permitted to park one (1) vehicle. One primary tag will be issued per site and the cost is included in your site fee.
    • Secondary and/or guest vehicles are to be tagged and parked in the designated parking locations (see Visitors/Guests - Campsite Restrictions section for more information)
    • Parking tags must be displayed clearly in the vehicle.
    • Secondary vehicle parking tags are available for purchase for $150 each (tax included).
    • Boat and boat/utility trailers must display I.D. tags (no charge).  If you are using a tarp or cover on your boat, please ensure your tag is visible and on the outside of the tarp/cover. 
    • All vehicles, boats, boat/utility trailers shall have a parking tag affixed at all times.
    • The Park reserves the right to tow untagged vehicles, boats and trailers offsite.  Any subsequent fees will be the owner's responsibility.
  • Pets

    • Pets, not limited to dogs, cats, and birds, are prohibited from designated swimming areas in the Park. 
    • Pets must be kept on a leash (not to exceed six feet in length) when outdoors. 
    • Stoop & Scoop is mandatory, as per City of Kawartha Lakes Bylaw 2017-039.
  • Propane

    • Propane must be shut-off on trailers vacated for more than 48 hours.
  • Special Events

    • Special events organized by Park users shall obtain prior approval from the Park Supervisor.
  • Transient Traders/Yard Sales

    • Transient trader stations (yard sales) are only permitted when arranged as an event through the Social Committee.
  • Vehicles in Park

    • All vehicles must be operated by a licensed driver in accordance with the Ontario Highway Traffic Act and Regulations and obey speed limit of 10km/hour while in the Park.
    • Tenants and visitors are prohibited from using golf carts within the Park.
  • Visitors/Guests

    • Your site is rented to you, your spouse and your children under the age of 18.  All other people over the age of two including grandchildren, family members, friends etc. are considered to be visitors. 
    • A Season Guest Pass is now required for visitor access and is available for purchase.  The cost is $350 per season (tax included). You, the Occupant must ensure the Guest Pass is purchased and displayed in your guest's vehicle. 
    • Please note there is a limit of 8 people total permitted on a site (6 adults maximum). This total includes guests and occupants. 
    • Lost passes will be replaced at user's cost.
    • Occupants are responsible for their guests and any subsequent rule violations and associated fines/costs that may result from their actions.
Campsite Appearance

Seasonal campers are expected to maintain their trailers and campsite in an orderly, sanitary and safe manner.  The following outlines the specifics regarding campsite appearance:

  • Campsite Improvement/Alterations

    • Any construction requiring a permit under the Ontario Building Code will not be allowed. The City of Kawartha Lakes Chief Building Official has complete authority over these issues.  Registered residents must request in writing to the Park Supervisor for consideration and approval to undertake any of the following:
      • Movement, alteration, improvement, construction, addition (deck or exterior shed) to, on or within their campsite. Applications are available online to be completed electronically or for download or by contacting Park Staff. Proposals for new sheds or decks for approval may be e-mailed to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca
      • Digging to avoid disturbing any buried hydro, water and sewer lines.
      • Planting trees, shrubs, or flowers is prohibited without Park Supervisor approval.
    • No trailer or additions shall be placed such that it will obstruct or interfere with access to services.
  • Garbage/Recycling/Compost

    • Weekly garbage collection is completed by Park Staff.  Ensure your garbage and recycling is placed at the edge of your site by 12 noon on Sunday afternoon, Monday on long weekends. 
    • Garbage is to be put out in clear garbage bags, with a limit of one per site.
    • The City of Kawartha Lakes does not collect compost so food waste must be put in your clear garbage bag.
    • Leaves and yard waste are to be bagged in paper bags only and emptied at the designated area (northeast side of Park.) Burning leaves is prohibited.
    • Please wash and sort recycling as it is collected on alternating weeks. Please - note Green bins are for fibre recycling such as newspaper, fine paper, cardboard - Blue bins are for container recycling such as plastic bags, pop cans, glass bottles, etc. Infractions will result in a fine. 
    • The fines are as follows:
      • $30 fine for the 1st offence
      • $60 fine for the 2nd offence
      • $90 fine for the 3rd offence
  • Grass Maintenance

    • Seasonal campers are responsible for cutting the grass on the site as required.
    • A fee of $30 will be charged per cut to the registered camper in the event Park Staff are required to maintain a campsite that is diminishing Park aesthetics. Park equipment, including but not limited to lawn mowers, is not available under any circumstances for use by anyone other than Park Staff.
  • Leaching Pits

    • Campsites containing Leaching Pits are to be used strictly for the disposal of gray water (laundry and kitchen waste water). Campers without Leaching Pits are responsible for containment of all gray water from their trailer (holding tank). 
    • Holding tanks shall be pumped once per week by Park Staff. Park Management has no recourse but to evict any seasonal camper who does not use the Leaching Pits for their intended use.
  • Use of Picnic Shelter

    • Picnic Shelter or Community Room may be used, at no charge, by registered seasonal campers and their guests provided that:
      1. A reservation of the facility is made by calling the Parks, Recreation and Culture Division at 705-324-9411 extension 1301 or by e-mailing: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca
      2. The Picnic Shelter is cleaned up immediately after its use.
      3. Any damages are reported immediately to the Park Staff, and repair costs will be charged to the customer's account.
      4. No seasonal camper or Park user is unduly disrupted by activity.
      5. All Park Rules and Regulations are adhered to.
      6. Use of Picnic Shelter or Community Room shall not go beyond 11pm.
Park Property

Centennial Trailer Park is owned and operated by the City of Kawartha Lakes.  As such the following apply:

  • Communications

    • Notice boards are located at the washroom buildings.
    • Posted advertisements relating to a business, sale or service need prior approval by Park Staff.
    • All formal concerns, complaints or requests related to Park operations shall be received in writing by the Park Staff.
  • Park Property

    • No one shall alter damage or remove any Park property.
    • No object including but not limited to satellite dishes, clothes lines, or dog ties may be attached in any way to Park property, including but not limited to hydro poles or trees.
  • Prohibited items on Park Property

    • Fireworks, paper/Chinese lanterns, weapons, firearms, mopeds, all-terrain vehicles, permanent clothes lines, fences, flagpoles, playground equipment and horseshoe pits on individual sites.  For all inquiries please contact Park Staff.
  • Pumping Services

    • Pumping tags will be issued to those requiring this service. Please place your tag in the office mailbox on either the East or West side of the Park when pumping is required and Staff will schedule the pump out. Pumping is only done on Tuesdays. Once your tank has been pumped, Park Staff will return your tag for later use.
  • Roads

    • Vehicles must travel on existing roads within the Park (not exceeding 10km/hr.).  No one, other than Park Staff shall maintain, attempt to alter, remove or erect the existing road bed; including speed bumps, drainage and signage.
  • Trees

    • No tree located within Centennial Trailer Park may be harmed in anyway, nor can any items be affixed to them, including but not limited to satellite dishes, clothes lines, or dog ties. The City of Kawartha Lakes Arborists are solely responsible for evaluating a tree's health, and determining a course of action for care.  The City of Kawartha Lakes is not responsible for damage caused by falling trees or branches.
Site Transactions
  • Age Restrictions

    • New Travel Trailers entering the Park, either new customer or trailer "swap out", must be less than 10 years old.  New Cottager style models entering the Park, either new customer or trailer "swap out" must be less than 17 years old.  City of Kawartha Lakes has defined Cottager style models as having a shingled, pitched roof, siding, no slides and a width of 12 feet or greater.
    • Any tenants currently in the Park with Travel Trailers older than 10 years and Cottager style models older than 17 years may remain, however if selling on site, your unit must be less than 10 years or less than 17 years respectively.  The same rules apply for movement within the Park (site to site).
  • Campsite Transfer

    • Campsites will only be transferred to another party by the Park Supervisor.
    • Seasonal campers who have notified the Park Supervisor in writing, will be placed on the waiting list for a campsite. The waiting list is wiped clean every January.
  • Selling on Site

    • Selling on site is only permitted with written approval by Park Supervisor, conditional to site waiting list and conditional upon age of trailer. Your permission to sell on site expires on the last day of the camping season. Occupants must request permission annually.
  • Subletting

    • Subletting is prohibited.  If there is suspicion of subletting, it could result in eviction from the Park.  All guests visiting a site must be accompanied by an Occupant as listed on the License of Occupation.
  • Trailer Replacement

    • A minimum notice of one week, to the Park Supervisor, is required prior to any exchange or movement of the trailer. Movement is not permitted over the course of a weekend for safety reasons or on Tuesdays (pump out days). Please contact Park Staff to discuss proposals for positioning of a trailer on site. If approval is not received prior to placement, Management reserves the right to request the repositioning of the trailer with all costs to be paid by the site Occupant. Staff will not be responsible or assist with any trailer movement. Replaced trailers must be immediately removed from City of Kawartha Lakes property (replaced trailer not to be stored on site).
  • Trailer Specifications

    • Trailers entering the Park shall be approved in writing by Park Supervisor prior to entry.
    • Trailer specifications shall be provided to Park Supervisor - length, width, height, year, model number, manufacturer and trailer type - Travel Trailer (tag along 5th wheel) or Cottager model.
    • Trailers must be of portable nature and remain portable while located in the Park (trailer tongue and hitch must remain attached).
    • Trailer must be capable or converted to support 30 amp power service.
  • Waiting Lists

    • There is a waiting list for campsites as well as docks. One Occupant only from each site shall be permitted to add their name on the wait list for one site. This means, Occupant one cannot have their name on one site and Occupant two have their name on a different site. This waiting list gets wiped clean every January. If you are interested in having your name on the waiting list for a specific site or dock, please e-mail: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca

Rules and Regulations subject to change. Contact Staff to confirm.

To request a copy of the Centennial Trailer Park Rules and Regulations contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail Centennial Trailer Park

Camper Code of Conduct

All Centennial Trailer Park Occupants will be required to complete a Camper Code of Conduct 2021 Form prior to the Park opening.

Complete a 2021 Centennial Trailer Camper Code of Conduct 2021 Form online here


Centennial Trailer Park Camper Code of Conduct 2021

This Code is over and above our normal campground rules, which still apply. Strict enforcement of all rules will be in place for all registered names on your License of Occupation.  Any camper, regardless of age who breaches this Code will be asked to leave the campground immediately and your License of Occupation will be cancelled immediately.

If you have a fever or flu-type symptoms, please stay home. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are a presumptive case, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive or is a presumptive case, we request that you do not attempt to enter the campground. Please remain at your residence until you have been cleared by your local health department and/or you have finished your self-isolation of 14 days.

If you are returning from travel from outside the Province of Ontario, do not plan to visit the campground for a period of 14 days, please remain home.

At this time, we will be operating under the following rules. These rules may change as the Ontario or Federal Government amends legislation.

Walking Around Campground

At all times campers must obey physical distancing rules as mandated by the Province of Ontario. Currently, you must stay two (2) metres or six (5) feet away from other campers. You may use walking trails if physical distancing rules are followed.

Limit of People on the Campsite

Until such time as the Government of Ontario amends the number of people allowed to gather, we are limiting the number of people allowed on the campsite to only the people listed and permitted on that site.

Children Under the Age of 16

We expect that parents will ensure their children obey the rules at all times. If your children cannot follow these rules, please do not bring them to the campground at this time. Children should be accompanied by an adult at all time when off-site. This includes activities such as bicycling and walking.

Office

The on-site office is closed until further notice. Please call 705-324-9411 extension 1301 for all inquiries. Alternatively, we have set up a drop box outside the on-site office. Please use it for any correspondence.

Respect of Others and Staff

All Customers, guests and staff are responsible for respecting the dignity and rights of everyone at the campground. Every person has the right to expect that their time at the campground will be without any type of discrimination or harassment. We will not tolerate, ignore, or condone discrimination or harassment and we are committed to promoting respectful conduct, tolerance and diversity at all times.

By signing below, the Occupant acknowledges that he has read the Code of Conduct and agrees to comply with the Code and to ensure that all permitted Site users as listed on the License of Occupation will comply with the Code also. Copies will be treated as original.

For questions regarding the Camper Code of Conduct 2021 Form or to request an alternate format contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail Centennial Trailer Park

Waiver and Release of Claims, Assumptions of Risk and Consent to Medical Treatment

Each individual attending the premises and/or participating in the activities of the Campground is required to complete a Waiver and Release of Claims, Assumptions of Risk and Consent to Medical Treatment Form.

A parent/guardian of a minor attendee is required complete and sign the Form on behalf of the minor attendee.

Complete a Waiver and Release of Claims, Assumptions of Risk and Consent to Medical Treatment Form online

For questions regarding this Form or to request an alternate format contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail Centennial Trailer Park

Centennial Trailer Park Dock Application

The Centennial Trailer Park Dock Application is for the use of a dock slip at Centennial Trailer Park. This Application is to be completed by current Centennial Trailer Park Occupants only.

Deadline for Application: March 31, 2021

Complete a 2021 Centennial Trailer Park Dock Application online

  • Completion of this form does not guarantee a spot. City of Kawartha Lakes Staff will contact you to confirm details of this request upon approval. Docking spaces and privileges will be assigned after full payment of the prescribed seasonal fee has been made and the dock invoice has been paid in full. Failure to make a full payment will result in dock privileges being withdrawn.
  • Docks are not part of a site, and as such do not get transferred with site.
  • Docks are property of the City of Kawartha Lakes.
  • No docks may be added/attached to City of Kawartha Lakes property.
  • Only one (1) dock is permitted per site. If boat docks are available, a second dock may be granted.
  • No playing, diving or fishing from the boat docks will be permitted.
  • Mooring of a boat to the shoreline will not be permitted. Inquire with Park Staff about dock rentals.
  • Boat I.D. Tags must be displayed clearly on the boat.
  • One boat tag and trailer tag will be issued per site upon purchase of a dock space. If you do not have a dock but store a boat/trailer at the park, a boat tag and trailer tag are still required.
  • Boats using a dock without docking and launching privileges will be tagged by Park Staff and may be removed based on the Trespass to Property Act.
  • Unsafe use of watercraft may result in docking and launching privileges being revoked.

For questions regarding the Centennial Trailer Park Dock Application or to request an alternate format contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail Centennial Trailer Park

Proposed Deck Design Application Form

This Form is for Proposed Deck Design in Centennial Trailer Park only.

Registered residents may request in writing to the Park Supervisor for consideration and approval to undertake any of the following:

  • Movement, alteration, improvement, construction, addition (deck or exterior shed) to, on or within their campsite.
  • Digging to avoid disrupting any buried hydro, water and sewer lines.
  • Planting trees, shrubs, or flowers is prohibited without Park Supervisor approval.

No trailer or additions shall be placed such that it will obstruct or interfere with access to services.

Any construction requiring a permit under the Ontario Building Code will not be allowed. The City of Kawartha Lakes Chief Building Official has complete authority over these issues.

All proposals will be reviewed by the Park Supervisor. Upon approval, the applicant will receive a signed and approval stamped copy of their proposal granting permission to proceed with their project.

In the event that a proposal is not approved, the applicant will be contacted by the Park Supervisor to discuss changes required to the project in order for approval to be granted.

Please note, no work is permitted to begin until the applicant has received an approval stamped copy of their Application signed by the Park Supervisor.

Complete a Centennial Trailer Park Proposed Deck Design Form online

or Download a copy of the Centennial Trailer Park Proposed Deck Design Form.

Applications not completed online must be returned via e-mail to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca

For questions regarding the Centennial Trailer Park Proposed Deck Design Form contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail Centennial Trailer Park

Proposed Shed Design Application Form

This Form is for Proposed Shed Design in Centennial Trailer Park only.

Registered residents may request in writing to the Park Supervisor for consideration and approval to undertake any of the following:

  • Movement, alteration, improvement, construction, addition (deck or exterior shed) to, on or within their campsite.
  • Digging to avoid disrupting any buried hydro, water and sewer lines.
  • Planting trees, shrubs, or flowers is prohibited without Park Supervisor approval.

No trailer or additions shall be placed such that it will obstruct or interfere with access to services.

Any construction requiring a permit under the Ontario Building Code will not be allowed. The City of Kawartha Lakes Chief Building Official has complete authority over these issues.

All proposals will be reviewed by the Park Supervisor. Upon approval, the applicant will receive a signed and approval stamped copy of their proposal granting permission to proceed with their project.

In the event that a proposal is not approved, the applicant will be contacted by the Park Supervisor to discuss changes required to the project in order for approval to be granted.

Please note, no work is permitted to begin until the applicant has received an approval stamped copy of their Application signed by the Park Supervisor.

Complete a Centennial Trailer Park Pr

Complete a Centennial Trailer Park Proposed Shed Design Form online

or Download a copy of the Centennial Trailer Park Proposed Shed Design Form.

Applications not completed online must be returned via e-mail to: trailerpark@kawarthalakes.ca

For questions regarding the Centennial Trailer Park Proposed Deck Design Form contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1301

E-mail Centennial Trailer Park

Site Map

 Centennial Trailer Park Map

Download a copy of the Centennial Trailer Park Site Map

Alternate formats of this document are available by e-mailing the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division or by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1301.

Centennial Trailer Park is owned and operated by the City of Kawartha Lakes and as such is regulated by Parks Bylaw 2006-147.

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