Private Campgrounds

Add plan ahead, book ahead to your 2024 summer to-do list, especially when it comes to booking campsites, a top favourite summer accommodation! 

The area’s natural assets make the ideal backdrop for over 100 private campgrounds in BruceGreySimcoe. Open from spring till Thanksgiving weekend, most are fully-serviced, and have lots of onsite activities, from swimming and fishing to mini golf, playgrounds, horseshoe pits and picnic areas. If your camping style includes all the comforts of home in a trailer or RV, there are drive-in and fully-serviced sites.  New to camping or not a tent person? Many private campgrounds offer trailer, RV, yurt and cabin rentals.  

Some parks are family focused, while others have “quiet areas” for seniors and those seeking a peaceful retreat.  Saugeen Springs RV Park caters to families, with river tubing just one of the fun options for campers. At Hammock Harbour RV Park, experience a family campout in one of their yurts, right by the water to catch those cooling lake breezes.  At Black River Wilderness park, owned and operated by the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, blend camping with Indigenous Cultural Experiences. Nestled in a stunning setting on the Bruce Peninsula, the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation own and operate the 520-acre Cape Croker Park where campers are immersed in nature. The park is also where Ziibaakdakaan Maple Syrup is made by community members.

No matter what your choice of camping abode is - RV or trailer and all the amenities or pitching a tent in the woods or somewhere in between, there’s a campsite to match. To find campground in BruceGreySimcoe, check out our Directory or visit Camping in Ontario.  

Again, just a quick reminder to contact campgrounds directly to learn more about their amenities and to reserve your campsite.

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