Official Tourism Website of Bruce County, Ontario, Canada
Inverhuron is home to white sandy beach, serene campground and is rich with cultural remains from over 4000 years ago. Access the Scenic Drive Trail at the gate house. The Scenic Drive Trail runs along the Lake Huron Shoreline and through the well treed section of the park. More than 200 species of brids have been observed in Inverhuron. Bald eagles spend the winter in the area. In spring and fall, large migrations of waterfowl pass overhead.
Snap Shot of the Trails:
MacGregor Point provides opportunities to explore many trail systems on a glacial lake
plain including Deer Run Bike Trail, Tower Trail, Huron Fringe Trail (boardwalk, wheelchair accessible, walking only) Old Shore Road Trail (linear), Lake Ridge Trail (walking only), and Kempf’s Trail. The trails are accessible from Port Elgin along the Rotary Way Trail which links up with the Saugeen Shores managed Gore Drain Trail along Concession 4. In the winter, enjoy a relaxing 4km groomed x-country ski trail and a 400 metre skating trail complete with a warming shelter.
The trail is accessible in Sauble Falls Provincial Park, park by the gate house. The Sauble Trail travels along the Sauble River and then inland through ancient sand dunes and more recent red pine plantation. Upon arrival, pick up a Guide to the Sauble Trail. This guide will provide you interpretation as you hike through the trails. Along the path you will see numbered post that corresponds with the guide. This guide explains what Sauble Beach looked like 5,000 years ago, importance of forestry management, and which trees are white pine. Enjoy the iconic trillium in the spring, cardinal flower throughout summer and breathtaking colours in the fall.