Camping & Campgrounds in the Beautiful Bruce Peninsula
Camping - The Bruce Peninsula has many facilities for the camper. Whether you are looking for a full service campsite for your RV, or looking to hike the Bruce Trail, and camp in a tent under the stars, you will find the perfect spot in the Bruce Peninsula
- Provincial & National
- Camping Tips
Bruce Peninsula National Park
The Bruce Peninsula National Park offers excellent semi-wilderness camping, in various locations throughout the park. Three different camping experiences are available in the park:
- Drive-in sites at the Cyprus Lake Campground.
- Group Camping at Cyprus Lake.
- Backcountry camping along the Bruce Trail at Stormhaven or High Dump.
Camping in the park is popular during summer, so reservations are strongly recommended.Spring and fall are great times to visit, with fewer people, and natural attractions including wildflowers (spring), bird migration and fall colours.
Front Country Camping: The park has 242 campsites in the area of Cyprus Lake. Tamarack (best for tent camping) has 81, Birches 98 and Poplars 63. There are basic amenities but no showers in the park.
Showers may be had for a small fee just outside the park and in Tobermory.
Backcountry Camping: There are wilderness sites in the park along the Bruce Trail following the Escarpment. North of Cyprus Lake is the Loon Lake Camp while The Ledges and High Dump provide options just to the South. Reservations are essential and fires are not permitted along the Bruce Trail.
Sauble Falls Provincial Park - Front-country camping.
Located at the base of the Bruce Peninsula west of Wiarton, Sauble Falls Park can be reached along the 21 from Southampton or from the 26 to the 70 to the 8 then north on the 21 north coming from Owen Sound. The park is named after the the beautiful falls of the Rankin River at the base of the Bruce Peninsula where salmon and trout spawn spring & fall.
- Total Number of Sites: 152
- Serviced Sites: 46
- Swimming: No
- Flush Toilets: WC
- Showers: WC
- Laundromat: Yes
TOBERMORY & AREA CAMPGROUNDS
SAUBLE BEACH & AREA CAMPGROUNDS
WINDING RIVER CAMPGROUND
Located on Sauble River - 1 km from Sauble Beach.
true campground atmosphere. You'll find yourself surrounded by water and trees, and away from the noise of crowds and traffic.
PIKE BAY & AREA CAMPGROUNDSBY THE BAY RESORT & COTTAGE RENTALS
Family oriented resort located in Pike Bay. Tent & RV camping available. There are also cottage rentals.
Other Campgrounds on the Bruce Peninsula
BRUCE PENINSULA NATIONAL PARK - CYPRUS LAKE
1-877- RESERVE (1-877-737-3783)
15km South of Tobermory
HAPPY HEARTS TENT & TRAILER PARK
LANDS END PARK
519-596-2523 fax: 519-596-2925
TOBERMORY VILLAGE CAMPGROUND
MILLER LAKE CAMPING
MAPLE RIDGE FAMILY CAMPGROUND & RESTAURANT
519-795-7712 (Res. only 1-800-265-5557)
STOKES BAY & LOOKABOUT BAY CAMPING
GOOD ACRES CAMP & COTTAGES
HERON POINT SEASONAL TRAILER PARK
Modern three bedroom cottages
Stokes Bay N0H 2M0
519-592-5871 or 519-376-0592
LAKESIDE RAINBOW PARK
SAUBLE BEACH & OLIPHANT CAMPING
CARSON’S CAMP 519-442-1143
FIDDLE HEAD RESORT CAMP 519-534-0405
NORTH SAUBLE SANDS CAMPGROUND
SAUBLE BEACH RESORT CAMP
TRILLIUM WOODS CAMPGROUND
WHITE SANDS CAMPGROUND
WINDING RIVER CAMPGROUND
WOODLAND PARK FAMILY CAMPING
CAMPING TIPS & LINKS
The Bruce Trail - Storm Haven Trip Advisor World Press Blog Suite 101 Peninsula Bruce Trails Club
Backpacking in Bruce Peninsula National Park
Review of Camping on the Bruce Peninsula
Camping at the Bruce Peninsula National Park
Camping trip to the Bruce Peninsula
Hiking information for hiking the Bruce Trail in the Bruce Peninsula
World Press Blog
Peninsula Bruce Trails Club