Reservations are definitely a must for popular camping destinations like Bruce Peninsula National Park and MacGregor Point Provincial Park. These and other campsites fill up fast for the summer months, so consider a spring or fall camping getaway when the parks may be less busy. Private campgrounds fill up quickly, too,  so it's a good idea to book your campsite as soon as possible. For tips on how to travel and camp respectfully, check out our "Visit Responsibly" page.

Camping experiences in BruceGreySimcoe range from rough with few amenities right up to luxurious glamping and everything in between.  It’s no surprise that this naturally beautiful region has over 100 private campgrounds, several provincial parks and conservation areas plus two national parks. Whether your camping abode is a tent, a trailer, an RV or a yurt, there’s a campsite to match.  Campsite amenities range from “bare bones basic” to fully-equipped with electrical hookups, flush toilets and showers.  Beaches, pools, nature trails, fishing, water sports and lots of other activities are on-site or close by. 

Up for a new and different camping adventure? The OSM Mentor Backcountry Program helps avid adventurers plan and execute their own backcountry trip. Combine Indigenous cultural experiences with your camping trip at Black River Wilderness Park, a family campground owned and run by the Chippewas of Rama First Nation. 

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