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Macgregor Point Provincial Park, Port Elgin

(4.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Stunning trails and great facilities! We stayed in a yurt that was well maintained. Washroom facilities were quite impressive as they were constantly being cleaned although try not to go to the washro...  more »
  • The wildlife in this part of the province is spectacular, including some very rare species. A very pleasant way to spend a day with nature.  more »
  • My boyfriend and I booked a yurt in February2017. The yurt was spacious, clean, warm and the park is so big that it has a lot to offer during all seasons. Our yurt site was rated as good privacy on th...  more »
  • Large private campsites. Beautiful rocky shoreline. Not for beach people. There is swimming. Biking trails walking trails. Staff always helpful and courteous. Sunsets are amazing. Crowds hit the shoreline at sundown to watch. Nature areas and big camp store
  • Great park, good clean public washrooms/ showers. Site we had was secluded enough and it appeared the other sites were too. 10 minute drive from a walmart (in port elgin) and town. The weekend we went it was nice and quiet. Boardwalk to the beach is nice. Would consider going again to the same site. Only negative review is i was hoping the beach would have been nicer. Its not horrible, but you wont be confusing it for Algonquin park beaches.
  • The park was nice, out campsite was private. It needed some work with drainage on the campsite as we ended up in a swamp from the rain. We went after Sept Labour Day weekend, and were told the park store was open until 3pm, then the next day it was closed and were told it was closed all week. Only to then go to the front gate and find that "all week" meant just Tuesday and Wednesday and then had to drive back into the park to the Park Store. I know the park wasn't packed so services were limited, but some organization or communication would be very helpful.
  • Just left the campground. Had a great few nights and was impressed with the privacy! The site was big and private with good gravel and drainage. The showers are older but nice. Another great thing is that they have double sites that are together for camping with friends and family. The Park Store lacked character and the campers beach was pretty cool but not the best for little kids. Overall, it is a great park!
  • Great campground. Nice private sites. Family friendly. Wish the park store carried news papers though. Girls looked at me funny and said I'd need to drive to Port Elgin Wal-Mart.