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15 spots to jump in. 1 river.

See where you should launch into the Saugeen River.

Saugeen River Access Points
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Saugeen River Access Points

The Saugeen River flows west, rolling through scenic Bruce County landscapes and emptying into Lake Huron in Southampton. With 100km of river and 15 Access Points, the Saugeen features everything you could want, from wide, slow-flowing sections to exciting white rapids and eddies, making for an unforgettable journey and memories that will last a lifetime. 

The Mighty Saugeen River

The Mighty Saugeen River

When it comes to a canoe trip, many think of the rigorous routes, whitewater and rapids and portaging for kilometres at a time. The Saugeen River is a calm, but exciting, river that is waiting for you to explore.  Learn about paddling the Saugeen River here. Read More

Saugeen River and Lake Huron Fishing

Saugeen River and Lake Huron Fishing

Regardless of your point of entry on Bruce County's picturesque Saugeen River, you'll find 102 kilometres of easy paddling, tree-lined shores and cliffs, and some of the best fishing in South Western Ontario. Forget the manic white water - we're all about smooth strokes and perfect casts. Just touch the water with your lure and see what emerges. Read More

Boating, Paddling, and Watersports in Bruce County

Boating, Paddling, and Watersports in Bruce County

Surrounded by Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, Bruce County is your gateway to freshwater adventure. Every lake front community has a marina and every beach has the most beautiful view of the sunrise or sunset. Learn more about our watersports and boating adventures here. Read More