Dreamland Resort is located on the north shore of the beautiful Trent River, at the east end of Rice Lake.  We are just 4 km west of Hastings Ontario.When you see this sign, continue west on River Road.Drive past the large solar panels behind the trees on the left  to the Dreamland Resort entrance.The Dreamland Resort entrance is on the south side of River Road.The Dreamland Resort  camping area is available for overnight, weekend, or extended stays. Several full service sites include drive-thru access. Call for reservations.Additional power & water sites for overnight and weekend campers have been added in the playground/beach area at the east end of the park.Our camping cabin may be the perfect solution if you do not have a tent, trailer, or RV.Stroll or cycle along our popular waterfront pathway.Docks are available for your boat or jet ski. Winter boat storage is free for seasonal residents at Dreamland Resort who pay for a dock the following season.  (Boats that are stored for the winter and removed from the park in the spring are subject to a $200 storage fee.)Enjoy the heated pool from mid May/early June until the Labour Day weekend.  An 'adults only' time period is scheduled each day.Enjoy a game of 'pool basketball' at the pool.A swimming alternative to the pool can be found at the beach which has been  upgraded with a retaining wall and steps into the water.Enjoy the water slide at the beach.A floaiting Climbing Wall was added to the beach area in 2013.Enjoy a full range of waterfront activities at Dreamland Resort including boating, water skiing, fishing, etc.Enjoy fishing on the Trent River  and nearby Rice Lake.  Several species are available including walleye, largemouth and smallmouth bass, crappie and muskie.This Rice Lake muskie was caught in 2015.Clean and prepare your catch at our fish cleaning hut.  A freezer is provided to dispose of the carcasses.Children will enjoy our certified Henderson playground.Pea gravel under the swing set provides a safer shock absorbing base.A Beach Volleyball court is available in the east playground area.Keep in shape at the upgraded fitness area.  (A pea gravel base has been added for safety.)  Sports 'rink' in the background.Our paved 'rink' is available for basketball, road hockey, and other activities requiring a paved surface.The games room is also used for movie nights for our younger guests.The air conditioned and heated 4800 square foot recreation hall is the hub for many activities at Dreamland Resort.Join us for "Halloween in August".  Summer homes are decorated, children and adults dress in costumes, and the trick-or-treating begins.Enjoy fresh in-season vegetables from our garden.Meet our composting team.  Each year a couple of pigs are happy to improve our environment by composting your vegetable peelings, corn cobs, etc.The Lang-Hastings Trail (part of the Trans-Canada Recreational Trail) runs  through Dreamland Resort.  In 2012 the trail was upgraded and widened all the way from Hastings to Peterborough (33 km).Previous visitors will notice a significant improvement to the trail running east from Dreamland Resort towards  Hastings.  The Trans Canada Trail will eventually run 23,000 km. from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic.Over 1000 trees and thousands of hedge shrubs have been planted at Dreamland Resort since 1998.  Go to the Development History page on this site to see the transition from a farmer's field to the resort you see today.The Dreamland Resort antique boat show participants passing through the lock at Hastings.Seasonal residents of Dreamland Resort have donated an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for use in case of emergency.The AED is available 24/7. In an emergency, sound three 2-second blasts on a car horn or air horn in a 10 second period..repeat until help arrives. Park staff and/or seasonal residents will respond, ensure 911 is called, retrieve the AED if required, and direct emergency response staff to your site.

Click on any photo below to begin the slide show.  Click on the 'Development History' link to see additional photos and a slide show hilighting the extensive tree planting program at the resort.

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