• Welcome to Lands End Park: your camping destination on the Bruce Peninsula!
  • Spacious RV & trailer sites.
  • Private, wooded tent sites.
  • Premium sites for big rigs.
  • No tent or trailer? Stay in one of our cozy cabins!
  • Marvel at local wildlife...
  • ...and the abundant wildflowers.
  • Explore the magnificent Bruce Peninsula...
  • ...or rent a kayak and glide across Ragged Bight.
  • Dive in the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay...
  • ...and explore the many wrecks in Fathom Five National Marine Park.
  • Set out on our onsite hiking trail...
  • ...or head to the nearby Bruce Trail.
  • Let the kids catch frogs at our pond...
  • ...or watch the ducks swim by.
  • Enjoy the blooms in our many gardens.
  • Do a little fishing from our docks...
  • ...or relax on our private sand beach.
  • Then gaze at spectacular sunsets at day's end.

Camping Cabins

What is a camping cabin?

A camping cabin is a full frame rental unit. It is built just like your house, with 2 x 4 framing and insulation. Rather than drywall, however, the interior is rough-sawn pine boarding to give it that rustic appearance. There is private key lock entrance door, lights (inside and out), 15 amp electrical service with heater, and there is a water tap at the outside front corner of the cabin for convenience. Each cabin sits up off the ground on a solid wooden deck with entrance step. All camping cabins are approximately 10' by 14' in size, or about the size of a small to medium bedroom in your house. Each cabin is furnished to sleep 4 people comfortably.  We also have one smaller cabin by the waterfront with one queen size bed, suitable for 2 people only.

Each camping cabin sits on its own site with a picnic table and campfire pit. Cabins let everyone who ever wanted to camp, do so in comfort and style......high and dry, rain or shine. So if spending time outdoors is appealing to you, but the thought of sleeping on the ground in a tent is not, renting a camping cabin may be the answer to your needs.


Enjoy your camping season without having to own or rent a recreational vehicle or tent, or risking possible discomfort. Camping cabins combine the privacy and security of a permanent structure with the spontaneity and freedom of camping. Best of all, you don't have to put it up or take it down; it's there waiting for your arrival. Just step in and make yourself comfortable.


Most of our camping cabins sleep four people, furnished with a double bed for two with a comfortable mattress, and a bunk bed for two. Only our waterfront cabin is designed just for two, with a queen bed. Other furnishings include a table and chairs, lights and 15 Amp duplex outlets, electric heater, fire extinguisher and smoke detector. A broom and dust pan are provided. In the true camping spirit, guests are asked to sweep out their cabin before leaving. Outside, the cabins are provided with water taps, a 15 Amp duplex outlet, individual picnic tables and a campfire pit. Communal water stations, clean-up facilities and modern restrooms with hot showers are nearby.

What To Bring

While there are beds and/or bunk beds inside the cabins, you do need to bring your own sleeping bag or bedding, as well as the usual camping/travel conveniences. Don't forget your pillow and towel!