Quiet Beauty. Always enjoy our stays here. Scenic charm. Lots of wildlife. Clean water. Decent facilities. Friendly staff.
Hard to believe on a May 24 weekend, but no bugs and no reservations. Incredible access to Bruce Trail and Georgian Bay. Waterfront campsite. Facilities are a bit rough, but the place is worth it. Also about half the cost of govt parks.
I did some fall camping & rock climbing at Croker. It's a cool spot! Here is a review and a link to some video I took when I was there. This review is mainly focused on the climbing aspect. Cape Croker Park is owned and operated by the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. It’s located on the eastern shore... More
This is NOT a "Glamping" destination! This is for families/couple/friends who are into a northern camping experience at it's best! The water in Sydney Bay was outstanding and clean. A little cool on our first trip to Cape Croker Indian Park, but very refreshing. Wear water shoes to swim, flat pebbles/rocks under your feet. Kayaking was awesome in the bay,... More
Cape Croker is the real deal camping northern experience. I have been coming here for 20 years and I continue to love it here. The campsite is never crowded--lots of space and the sites are bigger than the Provincial Parks which near by. The amenities are great--showers on site. What I really love is the location on the Bruce Peninsula... More
I Read all the reviews right back to 2009 and to be honest this is an awesome place !!! the people at the park are nice and we received awesome service from all the staff. The park offers a play ground, beach area and yes it is rocky bottom but the whole lake is rocky bottom. beautiful scenery and they... More
the area natural location the Niagara Escarpment rock formation. The native people dancing costumes and friendliness
There is no 3.5 "Good" rating available on this scale, so I gave it a 4/5 because it's definitely better than a 3. Before I launch into my review, here's a breakdown of the good and the bad: Good: beach site views, hiking, swimming, customer service, price Bad: small sites, no privacy, loud neighbours (could have just been bad luck),... More
I have camped here 5 times now and it has become our "go to" spot on the peninsula. But you have to go there with certain expectations, or lack of them in some cases. Cons: To be fair, the comfort stations (the main one and the one by the beach) are in rough shape and we prefer to skip the... More
Where I go to recharge myself. Great for the outdoors enthusiast. Excellent park for canoeing and kayaking on big water.....Georgian Bay. Easy access to The Bruce Trail. Spectacular setting on The Niagara Escarpment.
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