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“Small Park and Great Campsites”

Inverhuron Provincial Park
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Tiverton
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed June 30, 2014

We stayed at Inverhuron July Long Weekend 2014. This was a small park with deep private sites that were well spaced. We couldn't see our neighbors from our site. Park Wardens were actively patrolling the grounds at night and were very quick to silence the folk that were too loud. The Comfort Stations were kept very clean. If I had a complaint it would be the crushed rock (gravel) pads. They were difficult to hammer in pegs for our tent.

Over all we had a wonderful time, and look forward to returning again one day.

1  Thank markBrantford_Canada
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Reviewed June 25, 2014

For first time campers we thought we'd try Inverhuron Park since we live close by. We loved it. Very private sites, good washroom facilities and the beach is great. We kayaked in the lake and biked the trails. Will definitely return.

2  Thank Migal12
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Reviewed June 16, 2014

Been to Inverhuron 2 summers in a row now. We have a 35ft travel trailer which we easily managed to get into one of the large pull-through sites in the Lime Kiln campground. Not much around the park to do unless you head into Kincardine. The park has lots of room for biking. Although a great park, I was disapointed last time I visited (May 2014) because a lot of the main hiking trail was closed off due to construction.

Thank maddysucks
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Reviewed January 22, 2014

Another lovely, small park on gorgeous Lake Huron. We camped here on an August weekend in 2013 and really enjoyed how quiet the park felt because of its small size. There is only one hiking trail in the park so we won’t be coming here very often in the spring, but our plan was to spend most of our time at the beach, and we did. The beach is excellent – soft sand and shallow entrance to the lake. Our campsite was hard packed gravel, as are all of the other campsites we saw. This made for difficult pegging and a bit of dust, but was well worth it because the sites are very private. We probably had the most private site we’ve had in any park in recent years, and there seemed to be a number of other similar sites.

3  Thank ESmith583
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Reviewed October 3, 2013

it is so good the this once great park was opened again a few years ago. One of our children's favorite places to camp 40 years ago before it was closed because of a Heavy Water Plant. Sites are reasonable size, with many drive through sites. The park has a wonderful boardwalk through the bush and along the waterfront making it suitable for those using a wheel chair, this trail also has access to a quaint little shop with free literature, books and a few crafty items which you can purchase. The shop is manned by seniors who are very knowledgeable about the area, There are lots of lovely walks. While we were there the Park had an Art Walk. Local artists set up their goods for sale and for viewing. A stage for musical performances and skits. it was Held in one area of the park leaving the rest of the park for campers. The day was well attended by people from the surrounding towns, but it was handled so well that there was never a problem with cars or a feeling that we were invaded. Worth going to this park for a few days, especially in the fall.

2  Thank BB Carmen J
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