Winter Camping

Reminder to check ahead BEFORE visiting. Hours of operation and admissions may be changed as per Ontario's most recent COVID-19 public health measures and advice. It's wise to Plan Ahead, Book Ahead before leaving home.

Camp in comfort in a yurt or trailer or rough it in a tent – it’s up to you!  Or perhaps a tipi’s more your style?  Choose your favourite or try them all this winter in BruceGreySimcoe.  
 

MacGregor Point Provincial Park

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MacGregor Point Provincial Park, just outside of Port Elgin has 12 yurts - roofed, heated structures all set up for an easy camping experience.  Serviced with electricity, BBQ and bunk beds, sleeping bags and food are pretty much all that’s required.  Bonus:  they’re located close to a heated comfort station with flush toilets and showers.  Reservations are required and there are some COVID-19 retrictions in place.
 
For transient campers, there are sites available – be sure to reserve your site ahead of time.

Reminder - pack your ice skates, snowshoes and cross-country skis, as there’s a skating loop (lit up for night skating) and plenty of trails for winter sports.   Love to snowmobile?  Travel the park roads for a tour of beautiful scenery in a peaceful setting.  
 
Read “Winter Camping in a Yurt at MacGregor Point Provincial Park” by Seattle’s Travels for more on the yurt experience.
 

Black River Wilderness Park

Black River Wilderness Park, owned and operated by the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, offers a truly unique year-round camping experience in tipis and yurts. Set in 180 acres of Ontario wilderness, the Black River meanders through this beautiful setting.  Reserve your site by calling 705-689-2502 or email info@blackriverwildernesspark.ca.  


Bruce Peninsula National Park

As a pilot project for the winter of 2021-22, the 10 yurts at this rugged park at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula are open for winter camping. Cozy and snug, each yurt is equipped with a woodstove, beds, propane BBQ and more. Washrooms are no problem  -  heated comfort stations are a short distance away, with flush toiles, individual showers and potable water. Staying this roofed accommodation means there is no tent to set up - you just need to bring personal items and all the supplies required for cooking, sleeping and starting your fire and BBQ. Reservations are a must for these popular structures, so you may want to try a mid-week camping trip rather than the busier weekends.  Reserve online or by calling 1-877-737-3783.
 

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