Brucedale Conservation Area

Location: Port Elgin Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: Campground
Length/Size: 120 acres

Brucedale Conservation Area
By Saugeen Conservation

Looking for a peaceful natural getaway spot? Brucedale Conservation Area is an ideal choice! Located between Kincardine and Port Elgin along the Lake Huron shoreline, the site is easily accessible from Hwy #21.
The welcome mat is open in mid-May and continues until the Thanksgiving weekend in October.
Brucedale C.A. was purchased by Saugeen Conservation in 1956 and 1965, and is 49 ha (120 acres) is size. The property was purchased at that time to allow public access to Lake Huron for recreational purposes.
This quaint campground has a total of 52 sites well suited for tent and small trailer use. There are 46 sites with electrical hook-ups.
Here, at Brucedale Conservation Area, visitors can witness some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world!
Brucedale is ideal for those who enjoy the more traditional camping experience.
Please note: Seasonal sites are available at this park.
Facilities include: flush toilets, children's play area, showers, trailer dumping station. Firewood is also available for sale at the park. Please note that there is a firewood ban on and that bringing your own firewood is forbidden.