Brucedale Conservation Area
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Looking for a peaceful natural getaway spot? Brucedale Conservation Area is an ideal choice! Located between Kincardine and Port Elgin along the Lake Huron shoreline, the site is easily accessible from Hwy #21, simply follow the 'C' signs.
The welcome mat is open for camping in mid-May and continues 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.
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. To learn more about camping at Brucedale please call the park at 519-389-4516 (during the camping season) or 519-367-3040 in the fall, winter and early spring months.
Brucedale Conservation Area - (519) 389-4516 or fax: 389-2155
Note: Brucedale Conservation Area will not be included in the launch of our new 'Online Reservation System' coming this season. You may request a reservation at this park using our basic Online Campsite Reservation Form. You may also view a map of the sites available at our Brucedale Campground (PDF will open in new window).
To further explore our campgrounds visit our 'Campgrounds Page'