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Brucedale Conservation Area

Brucedale Conservation Area is one of three camping parks run by Saugeen Conservation.  Brucedale has a beautiful sandy beach and some of the most magnificent sunsets around!  There are many species of birds for the avid bird watchers out there to enjoy.  It's host to a small, well treed, rustic campground well suited for the nature enthusiast.

Situated on the shore of Lake Huron between Kincardine and Port Elgin, Brucedale offers long-term seasonal sites only. The site is easily accessible from Hwy #21, simply follow the 'C' signs.

PLEASE NOTE: Brucedale is a seasonal park, and we will not be accepting any transient campers this season. Camping runs from the last full week in April until Thanksgiving Monday. 

The Brucedale C.A. lands were purchased by Saugeen Conservation in 1956 and 1965, and total 49 hectares (120 acres) in size.  The property was purchased to allow public access to Lake Huron for recreational purposes.

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137 Sprucedale Drive, RR.#1
Port Elgin, ON N0H 2C0

Cell: 226.929.5611
Campgound Office: 519.389.4516

Reservations may be made (from the last full week in April to the Monday of Thanksgiving weekend) during the camping season by contacting the park directly.

Picnic area
Flush toilets
Pets allowed (on leash)

Amenities for Campground Guests Only:

Dump Station
Mobile Pump Out
Brucedale, Camping, Lake Huron, Kincardine, Port Elgin, Beach, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Playground

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