Harbour Park
Harbour Park
Harbour Park
Harbour Park
Harbour Park
Harbour Park
Harbour Park
Harbour Park
Harbour Park
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Harbour Park
Address

36 Point Road

Wiarton
Ontario

N0H 2T0

Harbour Park Campground is a private campground located on the Bruce Peninsula, 20 minutes northeast of Wiarton, Ontario. The campground is situated on the Cape Crocker Reserve, which is surrounded by the beautiful Georgian Bay.

 

Harbour Park is a pleasant rustic campground with large private campsites and is located 5 miles beyond Cape Croker Indian Park. There is a large sandy beach and a mile long trail to the other side of the bay for great sunsets. Park has walking and bicycle trails where you can enjoy the quiet unspoiled beauty of the area. There is good salmon fishing. The camp is semi-primitive. There are no hydro or water hook-ups. Seasonal sites can install Solar panels. The campground has a children's playground, hiking trails, horseshoe pits, bachie courts, paddleboat rentals, volleyball, mini putt, hot showers and clean washrooms. The camping season starts May 1st and runs until the end of September.

 

Harbour Park was developed by Mr. John Nadjiwon who had a vision of one day owning and operating his own park. His experience as a Park Supervisor led him to make his dream come true despite becoming blind.

 

The Nadjiwons welcome all new campers and visitors to Harbour Park where you will enjoy a quiet, spacious and private campsite.

 

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