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Inverhuron Provincial Park

19 Jordan Rd, Tiverton, Ontario N0G 2T0 Canada
(519) 368-1959
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  Average Rating:   (Based on 11 Reviews)  3out of 5

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Welcome to Ontario Parks’ best kept secret! Inverhuron – popular for its sandy beach, dunes and glorious sunsets – is open for camping again. Once a favourite camping destination, for the past 29 years Inverhuron has been open for day use only. However, as of July 8th 2005, 162 private, well-treed campsites are available for reservation. 125 sites have electrical service; the convenient comfort stations have municipally-supplied water; the trails are improved and a large picnic shelter is available in the day-use area of the park. In addition to the spectacular beach and dunes, Inverh ...

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Inverhuron Provincial Park has 2 campground areas.
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Lime Kiln Campground
Gunn Point Campground


There are 147 campsites at this Park.
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There are 11 reviews of Inverhuron Provincial Park.
4 Star Rating   October 28th, 2019   New Loop added
A few years ago a third section was opened. Like the other 2 loops the sites are large and private with trees between sites. The original 2 sections are Gunn Point( sites1-76), and Lime Kiln (101-186). The new section is Holmes Bay (sites201-278).
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5 Star Rating   July 4th, 2018   Wonderful experience!
My husband and I camped in Holmes Bay Campground for the first time...end of June/18. Private sites, clean washrooms, friendly helpful staff! Great trails for hiking/biking/exploring. Beautiful swimming area and beach. Lovely old settler cemetery to quietly visit. Plan to go back soon as we can!

1 Star Rating   August 4th, 2015   Gotta love camping beside a Nuclear power plant
Really if the hum of the turbines of the Bruce Nuclear Plant isn`t annoying enough the site of the Nuclear Plant right beside one beach should just be disturbing. Creepy seriously creepy.
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