MacGregor Point Provincial Park

2 Reviews 1593 Bruce County Rd 33, Port Elgin, ON N0H 2C5

MacGregor Point Provincial Park is one of the 290+ provincial parks managed and operated by Ontario Parks, located along the shoreline of Lake Huron. The park is one of the most ecologically diverse Ontario Parks that comprises of coast, coastal wetlands, forests and dunes. The park is also popular among bird watchers as it is home to migrating birds Black-crowned Night Heron and the American Egret.

The park is open on all seasons and offers a range of activities from guided tours in summer to cross-country skiing and outdoor skating rink in Winter.

Camping

MacGregor Point offers three developed campgrounds and a total of 360 campsites.

Algonquin Campground – Algonquin has three campsite loops, housing both electrical and non-electrial sites, and each loops has a comfort station. Algonquin also houses Yurts that are popular among winter visitors to the park.
Nipissing Campground – Nipissing has only non-electric sites and the sites are located close to the camper’s beach.
Huron Campground – Huron offers both electrical and non-electrical sites, and is the farthest of the three from the park entrance. Huron is also a radio-free campground.

Reviews

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KatV

(Reviewed on April 2021)
Hiking and biking opportunities, not so great beach
A very nice park. Very large so lots of hiking and biking. There is a rock beach which is fun to explore and look for wildlife and the swimming beach is very nice but it is small. This is not a park I would love to return to but it was nice and I have nothing bad to say about it Pros: Just 2.5 hrs drive from Toronto, Yurts are great, clean comfort stations, private sites Cons: Lots of Poison Ivy, beach is small and not as great as the ones in some other Ontario parks

Sakthi P

(Reviewed on April 2021)
Yurt camping was great
Amazing place. I went there to stay at a Yurt last year and enjoyed my stay. Yurt was clean and well kept, although there was a bit of dirt on one of the plastic covered mattresses once. Small deck off the side with a working BBQ and wooden picnic table was nice for meals, as well as a small table inside which seats 4. Fire pit on site, wood bought separately. Must bring your own bedding and toiletries. Bathrooms were clean too Trails are plentiful and very easy to walk on, clearly marked and information about wildlife if posted up on boards throughout the trails
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