Official Tourism Website of Bruce County, Ontario, Canada

Camping the Great Outdoors

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Reset your inner compass.

Fresh air with the scent of eastern white cedar, roasting hotdogs on a stick over an open fire, and a black sky filled with the brilliance of the Milky Way. Whether you are roughing it in a tent, travelling in a luxury rolling RV, or set up camp on a site somewhere in between, your choice to stay in Bruce County for the season or a weekend getaway will reset your inner compass.

In Bruce County, camping is about being one with nature, distraction-free family time, early morning camp coffee, children looking under rocks and parents helping with the lifting, looking up at starry skies all night long without the glow of the city, telling stories around the campfire, walking to your friend’s site…roughing it with having the creature comfort no more than five minutes away. Camping here is about having a day to remember without having to get into your car. Drive up to your campsite, unpack and enjoy!

Stay at one of our many campgrounds.

Do, explore and more

Enjoy our captivating coastlines and lofty lookouts, hike our lush forests, paddle our rambling rivers and enjoy dark sky astronomy. Shaped by nature and steeped adventurous opportunities, Bruce County offers the best backdrop for creating everlasting memories and ending your day with campfires, s’mores, and sleeping under the stars.

Bruce County is Ontario’s favourite camping destination. It’s the perfect excuse to turn off the phone, unplug the tablet and soak in the call of the wild. Day hikes, nature tours, beaches, fishing, picnics and sports make camping in Bruce County an opportunity to add much more adventurous fun to your bucket list.

If you plan a hike, pack a day pack, bring your water bottle and pick up trail maps and brochures from the local Visitor Centre.  Strap on your trail-worthy shoes and head off on your voyage and return to your site complete your day’s adventure with a soul-soothing book.

Plan your camping trip by thinking about the things you want to do.

Have you ever tried Glamping?

If you love to camp but lack the gear, this is your time to enjoy glamping at the Spirit Rock Outpost and Lodge, a yurt at MacGregor Point Provincial Park or the many rental units and cabins available at our campgrounds. Enjoy the benefits of having a “fully equipped” site so you can drive right up and immediately start what you have come to do…enjoy.

Want to see what else there is to do in the area? Visit 101 things to do on the Bruce for a great start!