Tent or trailer? Make sure you visit these incredible spots on the Peninsula

Discover what it means to press the pause button. While reconnecting with the great outdoors is one of the many benefits of camping, there is so much nature here for you to uncover. Early morning birdsong becomes a gentle crescendo – a beautiful soundtrack to start your day.

Discover what it means to press the pause button.

First time campers to the Bruce are always amazed at the way nature embraces them. While reconnecting with the great outdoors is one of the many benefits of camping, there is so much nature here for you to uncover. Early morning birdsong becomes a gentle crescendo – a beautiful soundtrack to start your day. Countless colours, textures and shapes offer you views and vistas second to none and a lifetime’s worth of exploration. From the gentle humming of Dragonfly wings to the roiling bustle of a waterfall, there is so much more to hear, see and do on the Bruce. Pitch your tent. Hook up your RV. Hit the pause button and unplug your life. Enjoy a real connection with your family, live, and in the first person. Camping on the Bruce means you will be recharged, and prepared for more entertainment options than you would ever find by remote control.

Cyprus Lake, Bruce Peninsula National Park

Cyprus Lake features 232 drive-in campsites. The campgrounds front onto Cyprus Lake, with each campsite equipped with picnic tables and a fire pit with grill. Potable water taps, cold water sinks and basic washroom facilities are located throughout the campground. The grounds are close to The Grotto and Indian Cove – a 30-minute hike along the 1 km Georgian Bay Trail or 50 minutes from Parking Lot 2. Although the trail to the shoreline is hard-packed, the shoreline itself is rugged uneven limestone. Be prepared; the decent into the grotto involves climbing down 40-feet over a rocky open cliff. Discover the spectacular cave at The Grotto and enjoy a refreshing dip at Indian Cove on a hot summer’s day. For more adventure, Tobermory is a short 15 km drive north.
Note: Cyprus Lake is booked very quickly for the summer weekends.

Yurt Camping at Cyprus Lake, Bruce Peninsula National Park

Yurts are a very popular choice for a camping experience at Cyprus Lake Campground, especially in the spring and fall. Relax and enjoy the lake breeze from your yurt deck. Cozy up to the campfire and watch the shadows lengthen at the end of a perfect day. Gaze up at the starry sky through the skylight dome as you drift off to sleep in a comfortable bed.

There are lots of incredible campgrounds and trailer parks on the Bruce Peninsula. Try one of these, or visit a different one each time you come back:

Harmony Acres, Tobermory
Little Cove Adventures, Cabins, Tobermory
Lands Ends Park, Tobermory
Tobermory Village Campground, Tobermory
Miller’s Family Camp, Miller Lake
Summer House Park, Miller Lake
Anderkamp Whispering Cedars Park & Rentals, Lion’s Head
Lion’s Head Beach Park Campground, Lion’s Head
White Bluff Campground, Lion’s Head
Hope Bay Campground, Hope Bay
Cape Croker Park, Cape Croker
Red Bay Tent & Trailer Park, South Bruce Peninsula
By The Bay General Store and Campground, Pike Bay
For more information on the Peninsula, please visit The Peninsula