Sauble Falls Provincial Park

Location: South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 20 hectares

Sauble Falls Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Every spring and fall, rainbow trout and chinook salmon struggle over each ledge of this cascading waterfall to spawn upstream. Flanked by immature forest, the falls used to power a timber mill and generating station. Now they are the terminus of the Rankin River canoe route, ideal for novice canoeists.

Sauble Falls has a total of 152 campsites, 49 of which have electrical hook-ups. All sites are convenient to the showers and comfort stations.

Group Camping
There are two group camping areas, one that accommodates 15-20 people, another that accommodates up to 80. Both sites have outhouses on site, and water taps nearby. Both are within a five minute drive of the beach and a three minute walk of the comfort station. Reservations can be made by calling the park directly at (519) 422-1952.

Picnics and Day Use
The picnic shelter is the perfect backdrop for group picnicking. Nearby is the children's adventure playground. Platforms overlooking the Sauble River provide excellent views of Sauble Falls and the spring and fall rainbow trout and salmon migration upstream to spawning grounds.

Electric Sites - 49 sites with electricity
Barrier Free Access - Showers, Flush Toilets.
Showers - Yes
Flush Toilets - Yes
Laundromat - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Off Season - Gated

Sauble Trail 2.5km (2 hours) easy
This trail travels primarily through a red pine plantation. An interpretive leaflet explains current and historic forest management practices in the area. Bicycles are not allowed on this trail which travels through an area of ancient sand dunes.

Anglers will find the areas adjacent to the falls to be excellent for trout and salmon fishing in the spring and fall. The area of the falls is posted closed to fishing year round.

Rankin River- Isaac Lake to Sauble Falls P.P,
18km, 5-7hr, 3 portages, beginner. The Rankin River canoe route is impassible in times of low water. A portage around Sauble Falls will take you downstream to Lake Huron.

Wildlife Viewing
A red pine plantation beside the park shelters white-tailed deer, fox, and other animals.

The falls provide spectacular viewing opportunities for rainbow trout and salmon as they travel upstream to spawn in the spring and fall.

Winter Activities
In winter, park roads may be used for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, the gate remains closed.

Other - The park is a great base from which to explore the Bruce Peninsula.

For more information:
Sauble Falls Provincial Park
Wiarton, Ontario
N0H 2T0