Provincial Parks & Conservation Areas

Provincial Parks


Awenda Provincial Park

Open year-round for day use for adventurous skiers and snowshoers, scenic Awenda has 17 kilometres of ski trails starting at the trail centre, a heated and cozy log cabin. Although the trails are track-set, skiers may have to break their own trail after heavy snowfalls.  Snowshoers are welcome to break their own trails throughout the park.  For the latest ski conditions, check out Awenda’s ski report. Regular operating hours resume in May 2019.
 

Bass Lake Provincial Park 

Pretty Bass Lake Provincial Park has 4 kilometres of groomed trails for cross-country skiers. Park visitors can also hike or snowshoe trails groomed especially for them.  Park access is via a walk-in-and-pay system using a pay and park coin-only machine.  Regular operating hours resume in May 2019.
 

Craigleith Provincial Park 

Closed for the season. Reopens April 2019. 
 

MacGregor Point Provincial Park 

 
Located on the shores of Lake Huron, MacGregor Point Provincial Park is open year-round with trails for cross-country skiing, hiking, and snowshoeing.  Snowmobilers are welcome to tour the park using the park roads.  Glide through the trees on the frozen ice-skating loop and under the lights at night.  The park offers a unique RV camping/storage service during the winter – please call Janice at 519-389-6233 to check on vacancies before heading to the park.  Also open for winter camping are the 16 popular yurts – roofed, heated shelters.  Reservations are highly recommended as they are in high demand.  Call 1-888-668-7275 to book yours.  And, plan to visit the park on Family Day Weekend in February, for the annual Snowfest.
 

Earl Rowe Provincial Park 

Closed for the season. Reopens May 2019. 
 

Inverhuron Provincial Park 

Closed for the season. Reopens May 2019. 
 

MacRae Point Provincial Park 

Closed for the season. Reopens May 2019. 
 

Sauble Falls Provincial Park 

Closed for the season. Reopens April 2019. 
 

Conservation Areas 

Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority (SVCA)

All conservation areas closed for camping during the winter.  For more info on warm weather camping in Brucedale, Durham, McBeath and Saugeen Bluffs, visit the SVCA website.

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