Harmony Acres Campground0 Reviews 6798 Hwy 6, Tobermory, ON N0H 2R0
About the Campground
Harmony Acres Campground was this small eclectic property opened for business in1979. In the beginning it had a riding stable, a small snack bar and 10 campsites. Over the years, the stables grew to 25 horses with a variety of trail rides and overnight trips, then closing in 1999. Now a few of those original horses are retirees into their late 20’s and early 30’s; sharing their home with other rescues. You can see them in their field paddocks. The snack bar grew into the ‘Acres Restaurant’ during the late 1980’s to 2000 becoming one of the top 10 gourmet restaurants on the Great Lakes importing top chefs from France.
Our campground though, has continued to steadily grow during this time, never compromising the integrity of offering you a ‘bedroom’ in Nature. Our sites are well treed, clean and private. We designed them in particular for quiet families, friends and couples; or that lone traveller seeking a quieter natural getaway away from the daily hustle and bustle of Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park.
- Tent and RV Sites: The campground offers a variety of site types from basic / standard tent sites, to premium sites with15amp service which are great for camper trucks, pop up tent trailers, tiny trailers and tents, and the deluxe sites that have 30amp service with water hookups. At the moment we do not have sewage hookups however for the week long stays there is a pumpout truck every Wednesday afternoon. (fee applies and booked thru the office). These sites are great for larger trailers and RV’s who may want the more natural quiet setting than the traditional RV parks
- Cabins: Our one room cabin sites are rustic, insulated and designed with cedar log rafters, pine walls and floor. They vary in the number of bunk beds and you need to bring your own linens. A small screened porch allows for evening siting. There is no electricity or water in the cabins. (with exception Cabin 1 has electricity)
- Group Camping: When camping with larger families and groups of friends we do have a few group sites that hold from 6 –10 people. New in 2023 we now have a limited number of secluded sites that are nestled into the large hardwood forest edge, near the trail(s) access to Georgian Bay and behind the stables area
|RV Site – Deluxe Family||$69.48/night|
|RV Site – Premium Family||$59.80/night|
|Tent Site – Basic||$42.20/night|
|Tent Site – Standard||$46.60/night|
|Tent Site – Premium||$51.00/night|
|Tent Site – Standard Family||$55.40/night|
|Tent Site – Premium Family||$59.80/night|
|Tent Site – Deluxe Family||$59.80/night|
How to Book?
You can check availability and make a book here: https://www.campspot.com/book/harmonyacres
- Safe potable water – please bring refillable water bottles instead of plastic throw aways
- Onsite camping store with rental equipment such as dining tents, hammocks, pack & plays, SUB carts, extra blankets, sleeping bags. Full list is on campspot and some items may require pre booking.
- Two Showerhouses with sinks and toilets; one is completely separate male and female rooms, and one has individual private shower stalls with a common sink area
- There are flush toilets near the cabins, and portable(chemical) toilets in each group site and at roadway cross points.
- Two dishwashing stations with hot and cold water
- Recycling station with organic compost bin
- Additional parking areas
- Library space with local resource books and historical pieces
- Indoor and outdoor patios with wifi,
- Morning coffee and tea station
- Indoor and outdoor games area and lawn spaces
- Areas designated for the best ‘night sky’ observation and cloud watching
- Woodland trails; access to Bruce Trail/Georgian Bay
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