Saugeen Conservation operates three major campgrounds and two smaller camping areas. All are situated within Conservation Areas that are owned and managed by Saugeen Conservation.
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1) Saugeen Bluffs Campground
Located north of Paisley within the Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area this campground offers close to 200 spacious sites nestled within a mature hardwood forest setting. There are over 100 water and 30-amp electrical hookups. Seasonal, daily and group camping are all available at this park. See the Saugeen Bluffs Camping Area page for complete details. Visit our interactive online Reservation System to explore the park and reserve a site.
2) Brucedale Campground
Located south of Port Elgin on the Lake Huron shore this smaller of the three major campgrounds offers access to the spectacular lake and world-renowned sunsets.
See the Brucedale CA page for more details on park features. This campground does NOT offer group camping. Seasonal sites ARE available. You can open a reservation request by visiting the Brucedale Online Reservation Form
3) Durham Campground
Located within the Town of Durham on Highway 6. The park hosts over 200 campsites, many with electrical and water hook-ups.
4) McBeath Conservation Area
Located along the main Saugeen River this area is accessible by canoe only. No reservations are required at this location. Visit the McBeath CA page for more information
5) Denny's Dam Conservation Area
Located close to the mouth of the Saugeen River where it enters Lake Huron. This park is operated by the Ontario Steelheader's Association (OSA). Camping in this park, consists mainly of those eager to take advantage of the great fishing opportunities. The OSA has their own rates. Please check under Denny's Dam Conservation Area.