- A number of sites will be available in the Maples Campground and the Campbell Horse Camp for transient campers. The campground will not be open to full capacity at this time.
- SVCA encourages campers to come self contained, as limited washroom facilities are available
- We have increased our cleaning schedule and frequently touched surfaces will be cleaned and disinfected in accordance with public health guidelines
- Showers will remain closed until further notice
- No outside visitors allowed
- SVCA encourages 2 metre social distancing from outside of a family unit
- To maintain visitor and staff safety, equipment rentals are presently not available
- Canoe access point is now open
- The wading pool, splash pad, playgrounds and the upper picnic shelter will all be closed
- The picnic shelter in the lower campground will be open, however no gatherings larger than 10 people are allowed, and please bring your own seating
- All events cancelled until further notice
- Wipes are available at the dump station. Please bring your own gloves.
- The Sutherland Centre will be closed daily but available for private rentals
- Trails are all open for passive recreation
- Cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer are available outside and inside washrooms to use prior to and after using the facilities.
- The store is open, however, please respect physical distancing
- No groups larger than 10 people can gather
- The laundromat is open, please abide by social distancing rules
Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area is located 4 km north of Paisley off of Bruce County Rd. #3. See property map here.
This Conservation Area features a campground with close to 200 spacious sites within a mature hardwood setting. There are over 100 hook-ups - water and electricity (30 amp). Seasonal and transient sites are available as well as group camping (see map). To fully explore camping at any of our three campgrounds please visit our camping page.
Saugeen Bluffs features two picnic shelters, 2 playgrounds, horseshoes, laundry facilities, a store, canoe and kayak rentals and a wading pool. This is also a regular stop-over and camping area for canoeists along the Saugeen River.
This park is nestled in a 100 ha sugar maple forest. All are welcome to indulge in the peaceful surrounding of 'the bluffs'. There is a fully developed trail system in the park which also features a spectacular look-out over the scenic Saugeen River.
THANK YOU CONSERVATION ONTARIO!
Staff from Conservation Ontario(the umbrella organization for all 36 Conservation Authorities across Ontario), recently visited Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area. Check out their photos and Facebook site here.