A rural camping experience awaits
Some of our most thrilling and outdoorsy camping adventures await you here. With dining, fishing and golf, paddle boarding, play grounding and hiking, there’s an adventure suitable for every member of your family.
Discover Bruce County camping from the inside out
Some of our most thrilling and outdoorsy camping adventures await you here. If you’re horsey, you will be excited to discover that Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area offers a one-of-a-kind experience for you and your equine companion; great trail riding and overnight horse camping. Those who enjoy watersports seek out Saugeen River fishing, kayaking and canoeing. And you’re always just a short distance from our incredible Lake Huron beaches. Hiking, day trips and experiences that make for great memories start here. If you’d rather be on an interior lake, Chesley Lake’s sparkling clean water beckons. With dining, fishing and golf, paddle boarding, play grounding and hiking, there’s an adventure suitable for every member of your family.
Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area, Paisley
Saugeen Bluffs offers scenic vistas and approximately 200 regular campsites. The park is located approximately 4 kilometre north of the Village of Paisley and only a 15-minute drive from the Lake Huron shoreline and sandy beaches.
The park winds along the Saugeen River and is a regular stop-over for canoeists and fishermen. You will find lots of amenities in the park including a store, activity centre with internet café, kayak and canoe rentals, shower building, laundromat, plus a scenic look-out, hiking trails and horse camping with riding trails. For horseback riders, there are 42 campsites to choose from for those arriving with their own accommodations. In addition, there are three bunkies and two camping trailers. Click here for more information.
Lobies Park Campground, Walkerton
This campground is just a hop, skip and a jump from Walkerton. They offer both non-serviced and fully-serviced sites plus group camping and all the amenities you’d expect in a campground; showers, washrooms, playgrounds, soccer fields, hiking trails, and a canoe launch.
Saugeen Riverbank Campground, Walkerton
Find out why everyone raves about the beauty of the Saugeen River. This campground offers seasonal trailer sites, group, overnight and weekend camping, some right on the river’s edge. Playgrounds and a kid’s fishing pond are just the beginning. There are activities, rentals and events galore, including oh-so-cool free Pedal Carts. Even the family dog can enjoy an adventure at this campground at the 7-acre leash free area!