Once the site of a popular Victorian resort, this park north of Goderich is perched on a bluff that offers spectacular views of the blue waters and beautiful sunsets of Lake Huron. Enjoy the sand beach or walk one of the many trails to see remnants of orchards and cedar rail fences, and traces of other activities dating back to the late 1800s.
Point Farms is our favourite place to camp. It's not a perfect park, but it has so many great features. Its best feature is probably the beach - it's huge and clean and sandy. Lake Huron is clean and a real pleasure to swim in. The campgrounds are not the most private, but if you book carefully you can find sites with good privacy. It's a quick walk down the steps to go to the beach (and a not so quick walk back up the 121 steps at the end of the day). The staff there is consistently amazing. The nearby town of Goderich is beautiful, with plenty of activities for rainy days.