Provincial Parks & Conservation Areas

This message is definitely worth repeating, especially when it comes to camping at Ontario’s provincial parks in 2022 – plan ahead, book ahead and follow this advice from Ontario Parks when booking your campsite.

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.

Take note that due to COVID-19, the camping season, activities and amenities have changed at provincial parks. For the latest information, visit Ontario Parks' COVID-19 page.

It’s pretty hard to beat the diverse natural wonders and choice of amenities at the provincial parks in BruceGreySimcoe – here’s where you’ll find memorable camping experiences and fun daytrip destinations. From tent to camper to RV to yurt, provincial parks have sites to meet your camping needs. Generally, campsites are generally open from spring to fall each year, with dates varying by campground.


BruceGreySimcoe is home to several conservation areas that offer camping too, most notably the Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area near Paisley.  Not only do they cater to human campers, they also have a special campground for riders and their horses! Camping is available at all Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority (SVCA) campgrounds from spring to fall.  For COVID-19 updates, visit their website. You’ll find some campgrounds in some of the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA)’s conservation areas, too – info on changes due to COVID-19 can be found on their website.

Camping is available at these BruceGreySimcoe Provincial Parks & Conservation Areas.  Visit the websites below BEFORE leaving home to make your reservations: For more information and experiences:

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