When I was a young man going camping, we never reserved a campsite. We’d just show up, claim a site, put some money in an envelope and drop it into a lockbox. These days, it’s necessary to reserve online. The good part of that is that Ontario Parks has photos of every site, with descriptions, that you can look at when choosing where to stay. I wanted a lakeside site if possible and also one with suitable trees for hanging my camping hammock. Site 229 was perfect.
There was even a hairy woodpecker banging away at trees around my site throughout my stay.
The campgrounds at Presqu’ile Park are excellent. They have both electrical and non-electrical sites. I stayed in a non-electrical campground right on Lake Ontario. There were only a few campers in the my immediate campground. Just down the road, the campground with electrical outlets looked to be mostly full, with lots of RVs. I enjoyed having fewer people around and the campground I stayed in was particularly nice.