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Foggy

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Posted: 01/16/21 12:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are considering a week or so poking around in the northern Grey and Bruce County's area of Ontario Canada next August. Any info. on good or bad campgrounds would be appreciated. We are just two old folks so we don't need the kids stuff.


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Assuming you can get across the border by then, you can’t really go wrong with any of the provincial parks along Lake Huron and Georgian bay. We have done them all many times. Beautiful beaches along the lakes and lots to do as they are all close to small scenic towns.

Craiglieth is a little small and right along the highway and Sauble Falls is split in half by a highway where 1 side is nicer to be on than the other but otherwise not a bad thing to say. It can be difficult to get a site though as they are all popular. The reservation system starts 5 months in advance of the day you want and you have to be quick at 7am to have any chance.

Feel free to pm me if you have any questions on any of the parks.


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Woodland Park in Sauble Beach is top rated. We had a permanent trailer there for years.
But the beach may not be all there due to high lake levels.


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Would calendar week, or mid week to mid week, reservations be easier to get, fit the reservation system better?

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Foggy wrote:

Would calendar week, or mid week to mid week, reservations be easier to get, fit the reservation system better?


During peak season (June to September) they will be booked full all the time. Shoulder season you should be able to get mid week sites easier. It’s gotten so hard to reserve sites now that the only way is to book a site starting 2 weeks earlier than you need and then cancelling the extra days and pay the penalty.

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