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Brucedale Conservation Area

Situated on the shore of Lake Huron between Kincardine and Port Elgin, Brucedale offers long-term seasonal sites, for the most part, with a few daily sites for shorter stays.

Located between Kincardine and Port Elgin along the Lake Huron shoreline, the site is easily accessible from Hwy #21, simply follow the 'C' signs.

Brucedale Conservation Area is one of three camping parks run by Saugeen Conservation. Brucedale offers long-term seasonal sites, for the most part, with a few daily sites for shorter stays. Camping runs from mid-May until the Thanksgiving weekend in October.

 

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.



book a campsite

 

Contact
137 Sprucedale Drive, RR.#1
Port Elgin, ON N0H 2C0
Campgound Office 519.389.4516
Admin Office Off Season: 519.367.3040
campinginfo@svca.on.ca

Reservations may be made from May 24 to Labour Day weekend during the camping season by contacting the park directly.

Amenities
picnic area
dumping station (campground only)
mobile pumpout (campground only)
flush toilets
showers (campground only)
playground
pets allowed (on leash)

Recreation
swimming
boating
canoeing
fishing
playground
volleyball
Brucedale, Camping, Lake Huron, Kincardine, Port Elgin, Beach, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Playground


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