Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority's camping locations will be opening for Step 1 of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen, on June 11, 2021.
Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area is a beautiful campground located in Bruce County just 20 minutes from the Lake Huron shoreline. Many people refer to it as the hidden jewel of Bruce County campgrounds.
Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area features two types of camping; REGULAR CAMPING AND HORSE CAMPING!
This campground has approximately 200 camping sites suitable for both tent and trailer users, as well as seasonals. Visitors can choose from sites tucked in amongst mature sugar maples or beside the spectacular Saugeen River. Over 68 sites have electrical and water hook-ups.
Test your skills in the horseshoe pit or enjoy a friendly game of volleyball. Throughout the peak season, movies and games such as bingo are enjoyed on the weekends.
This park features a store, showers, a laundromat, two playgrounds, wading pool, pay phone, small visitor centre, two picnic pavilions, canoe rentals, wifi, and much more.
Saugeen Bluffs is a fabulous park to camp in with your entire family! The campsites are spacious, well-treed and private. Best of all, you are only a short distance away from the famous Lake Huron shoreline beaches and shopping.
The Bluffs is open on the last weekend in April and closes after the Thanksgiving weekend. Handicapped access is also available within specific areas of the park.
Reserve your site now! On-line reservation opens February 1 and closes Thanksgiving Monday.
Online Reservation System and Campground Map
Total Sites: 185