Making travel plans has undergone some changes over the past year - plan ahead, book ahead is the name of the game right now. Be sure to contact the park well ahead of time to make a reservation for your winter camping adventure. And, of course, current provincial COVID protocols are in place where required.

Who knew that camping was a four-season activity? Brilliant stars, endless night skies and invigorating crisp air all add to the ambience.  Introduced as a pilot for the winter of 2021/22, Bruce Peninsula National Park has 10 yurts available for winter camping, all on the shores of Cyprus Lake. MacGregor Point Provincial Park has several options with 12 yurts, a cozy alternative to tent camping and RV seasonal sites.  These book up fast, so be sure to call well ahead of time to make your reservation.  In Simcoe County, check out tipi and yurt camping at Black River Wilderness Park.   Crackling campfire is, of course, available no matter which option you choose!

Do You Know About the Ontario Staycation Tax Credit?
Stay at eligible accommodation (including campgrounds) in BruceGreySimcoe and claim the Ontario Staycation Tax Credit 2022 (Ontario residents only). Learn how HERE.


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