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All campgrounds are serviced by drinking water taps, vault toilets and a central comfort station complete with flush toilets and showers. Laundry facilities are included at the comfort stations in Turtle, Hawk and Bear Campgrounds. Private and shaded campsites including pet-free camping and radio-free camping. Several kilometers of park roads are available for cyclists. Bikes are also allowed on the Beach, Bluff and Brule Trails. Since these are multi-use trails, racing is not permitted and cyclists must yield to pedestrians and hikers. Cyclists are encouraged to respect and protect the often sensitive environments that these trails pass through by riding only on the designated trail surface.
Located at the Base of Blue Mountain we are an ideal hub to enjoy what the local area has to offer. Hike the Bruce Trail, bike the Georgian Trail, visit the Blue Mountain Village or use your permit to gain free access to Wasaga Beach Provincial Park. All campsites are accessible by road. There are four comfort stations located throughout the park so all campsites are within a short distance of one. Two of our comfort stations offer shower facilities and one offers laundry facilities. Located on the southern shore of Georgian Bay Fractured plates of shale that form our shoreline contain fossils that are 450 million years old
Campsites can accommodate various sizes of equipment from tents only to large RVs. Boat rentals, swimming, a park store are only a short distance away. Amenities such as comfort stations with showers, water taps, and laundry facilities are near by. Large outdoor swimming pool open from July 1 to Labour Day Great hiking trails including one paved trail for accessibility
Long Point offers four campground areas in two sections of the park. Almost half of campsites have electrical service. Comfort stations, complete with flush toilets and showers, are located in Turtle Dunes, Monarch’s Rest and Cottonwood Campgrounds. Over 1.5 km sandy beach on the warm waters of Lake Erie One of the largest bird and waterfowl migration and staging areas in North America Located within a designated World Biosphere Reserve The Park Store is conveniently located at the Registration Office inside the entrance to the New Park. In addition to offering Ontario Parks’ merchandise, you will find a variety of souvenir clothing, camping supplies, activities to entertain young and old, snacks, Pepsi beverages, VanHoutte coffee and ice cream novelties. Firewood and ice are also available at this location. The village of Long Point and town of Port Rowan are located nearby and offer groceries, hardware and many other supplies and services.
MacGregor Point offers well separated and private campsites in three campgrounds. All sites are treed, generous and have a level surface. Radio-free camping is offered in sections of Huron Campground. Campsites are available for reservation and on a first-come, first-served basis year round. Once in the park there are many kilometers to explore by bike, this park is perfect for the cycling family. Reservations are recommended for weekend stays. https://reservations.ontarioparks.com/
An extremely busy park – Reservations highly recommended at anytime of year. Bike Trail: 14-kilometres. starts with a wooded path from the Park Store to the traffic circle. It then takes over the left side of the one-way Day-Use Road, along the Old Ausable River Channel, and travels through the wooded landscape to Picnic Area 8. The Savanna Trail then continues by turning into the forest once again. This section of the trail follows a wooded path to the Visitor Centre, where it exits the forest and runs along the left shoulder of the road, over the Store Bridge, taking you back to the Park Store. A breathtakingly beautiful park with 10 km of sand beach on the shores of mighty Lake Huron. Extremely rare and fragile Oak Savanna and Coastal Dune Ecosystems with extraordinary biodiversity – over 800 vascular plants, over 300 bird species. Sunsets here are ranked by National Geographic as among the “Top 10 Best in the World”!
The warmer weather of this region allows for exceptional spring and fall camping. The campgrounds are located a short distance away from the lake in a mature forest and campsites are well-planned, easily accessible, large, private and many are grass covered. Centrally located is a wonderful recreation area which features a children’s playground, volleyball/badminton courts, horseshoe pits, ball diamond, Frisbee golf and a basketball foul shooting court. The 2.5 km sandy beach is one of most beautiful on the northern shore of Lake Erie. An exceptional family friendly campground with large, well-treed, level sites as well as an outstanding play area for kids. Family-friendly Discovery Drop-ins from July 1st to Labour Day An undiscovered birder’s paradise.
Campground offer electrical or non-electrical sites, close to water taps and comfort stations with laundry facilities. features you’ll appreciate: lake swimming, hiking trails and a well stocked park store that serves ice cream and hot food. Reservations recommended especially during July and August.
Rondeau is open for camping the first Friday in April and closes the last Sunday in October. Known for its outstanding birding opportunities and vast system of trails and roads weaving through protected Carolinian Canada. Campsites are located within a sparsely treed area so privacy may be an issue. Amenities such as water taps, comfort stations and laundry facilities are close by. Swimming, boating and the Park Store are only a short distance away. Reservations are recommended if staying over a weekend.
Sauble Falls is a smaller park with a range of campsites including some with electrical service. All sites are convenient to the showers and comfort stations. Spring and fall spawning runs for Rainbow Trout and Chinook salmon. Watch the fish struggle over each ledge of this cascading waterfall to spawn upstream. Park offers excellent fishing opportunities. This historic falls used to power a timber mill and generating station. Now flanked by immature forest, the falls are the end of the Rankin River canoe route – ideal for novice canoeists. (canoe rentals available).
Quiet campground with grassed campsites. Amenities include a central comfort station, which offers flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities. Water taps are located throughout all four campground areas. A small park store is located at the Park Office. Basic camping supplies, souvenirs, snacks, beverages, ice and firewood are available. Reservations are recommended.
Ontario’s “deep south” provincial park – at the same latitude as Northern California! Campgrounds are situated among a tangle of creeks in a beautifully wooded Carolinian forest setting with a number of creekside campsites. Boosey Creek Campground provides a semi-wilderness camping experience with non-electrical campsites located throughout a series of camping loops. This campground is ideally suited for tents and cyclists. Some of the smaller loops only provide vault toilets but there is a comfort station with showers within an easy walking distance. Water taps are located throughout and a wooden foot bridge provides easy access to day-use and beach areas. The day-use area features two kilometres of sandy beach with picnic tables and firepits scattered througout. (first come first serve).