Durham Conservation Area Camping

Durham Conservation Area is one of the most popular campgrounds owned and operated by Saugeen Conservation. The property hosts over 200 campsites for both trailer and tent users including seasonals.

Specific sites offer electrical and water hook-up facilities. The season opens the last weekend in April, in time for fishing season, and extends until Thanksgiving weekend in the fall.

Reserve your site now!
Online Reservation System and Campground Map

Camp Sites

Total Sites: 205

  • Unserviced 111
  • Water and Electric 94
  • Amps: 15 & 30
  • Group Camping
  • Seasonals Sites Available 

Facilities

  • boat ramp
  • picnic shelters
  • dressing rooms
  • dumping station
  • mobile pumpout
  • flush toilets
  • showers
  • public telephone
  • pets allowed (on leash)

Recreation

  • 2 swimming areas with sand beaches 
  • picnicking
  • hiking
  • horseshoes
  • boating/canoeing volleyball
  • fishing (river)
  • playground
  • trails
  • badminton
  • scheduled events
  • scenic falls
Within close proximity (The Town of Durham)
  • tennis
  • shopping
  • golf
  • restaurants
  • stock car racing (Varney) 
  • art gallery
  • community events

For more information, please call (during the camping season only)
Durham Conservation Area - 519-369-2074 or fax: 369-3996 
Off-season call Saugeen Conservation at (519) 367-3040 or fax: 367-3041

 

 

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