Welcome to Lands End Park!
We are currently closed for the winter but will be periodically checking our emails and accepting online reservations.
With the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic, we will be only accepting new reservations from residents of Ontario, and cannot accept reservations from those residing in high transmission areas (Grey/White zones).
Due to the pause on social circles, we cannot accept reservations for more than one household travelling together.
If you are unsure if your reservation meets all of the current restrictions, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lands End Park
Experience nature at its finest on the beautiful Bruce Peninsula ... a photographer's and astronomer's dream. Magnificent panoramas, majestic cliffs, spectacular sunsets, unparalleled night skies, a haven for wildlife, peace, quiet and tranquil beauty, cool lake breezes on hot hazy days. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff have all the information you need to help you enjoy the grandeur of 'The Bruce'.
Come relax with us at this beautiful, clean and quiet family campground situated in 90 acres of natural forest. Family owned and operated, we make every effort to keep the park immaculate, and to retain all of its natural scenic beauty. Individual campsites nestled among the trees, offering seclusion and privacy for tents and RVs. Spotless, modern facilities with hot showers available.
Cool off in the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay, snorkel in the 'Bight' or scuba dive a shallow wreck a mile away. The underwater scenery is fascinating and the fish are plentiful, whether you observe them from below, or throw a line in from above. Live bait is often available at our camp store. We offer overnight docking, launching facilities for boats and seadoos, and watercraft rentals (canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, paddleboat).
If you are looking for a bit of gentle exercise, then rent a bike, or spend an hour or so walking our on-site, self-guided hiking trail which winds through 2 km of forest adjacent to the campground. A series of ponds in the centre of the park are sure to keep the children occupied catching frogs, tadpoles and a variety of insects. Feeding the ducks, with their ducklings in tow, is a pastime for all ages and occasionally, you might be lucky enough to spot a beaver swimming through at dusk, or a blue heron spearing frogs at first light.
For the outdoor life with those little extra creature comforts, why not rent one of our family camping cabins? Indoor sleeping accommodation for 4 in a camping environment where you cook and eat outdoors, provides a rustic experience with convenience.
The campground caters to a family atmosphere with strict attention to a 'quiet period' at night. So lean back in your lawn chair on a clear, starry night and we'll ensure the only sounds you hear are the croaking of the frogs and eerie cry of the loons out on the Bay.