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Inverhuron Provincial Park, Tiverton

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
Inverhuron Provincial Park is a provincial park located on the shores of Lake Huron beside the small village of Inverhuron, Ontario, near Tiverton, Ontario, Canada. The Park opened in 1956, featuring 351 campsites, nature trails and beaches.With the construction of a Heavy Water "Deuterium Oxide" plant at the Bruce Nuclear Power Development, Ontario Hydro purchased the park from the Ministry of Natural Resources in 1973 for issues of safety and security. Ontario Hydro also signed a 999-year lease with the Ministry which allowed the park to operate as a day-use park only—overnight camping was completely phased out by 1976. When Bruce Nuclear closed and decommissioned its Heavy Water plant in 1998, safety concerns were minimized and the process of opening up the park again for overnight camping began.On 8 July 2005, the park re-opened as an overnight camping destination featuring 125 private campsites with electrical service, convenient comfort stations, and an improved network of trails.
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  • Camping on thanksgiving weekend was amazing. Park is very well maintained even in the late season. Can't wait to go back. 
  • My family stayed at Inverhuron for the first time, the first week of July, booking campsite 113 in Lime Kiln Campground 2 weeks prior to our stay. We were a little skeptical about the gravel pads, esp...  read more »
  • This was a great place for kids. Love the face you have ample greenery between you and the next camp hounds. Washrooms were clean. Showers need to be hosed out a couple times a day but we're still cle...  read more »
  • Camped here from a Friday to a Monday. Park is nice, the site seemed a bit tight at first but fit both of our tents, 3 cars and a utility trailer fine. The beach is pretty narrow and a bit rocky but still really nice. The bathrooms work great but get dirty pretty fast especially after rain. It's really close to the bruce nuclear plant so if you're into that kind of thing it's worth going to the visitor centre and taking the tour of the complex.
  • Great sites. Beautiful scenery. Nice beach and Sauble beach not too far away. Bruce power at boundary. Free tours and visitor center there.
  • One of my new favourite campgrounds!! Water is gorgeous and great to kayak in! Cool pebble beach. Clean bathrooms. Great scavenger hunts and bike trail!
  • A beautiful Park with a high number of electrical sites which are very well laid out. Very good for easy cycling and nice pet friendly beach area with amazingly warm waters. Closer to Toronto than Algonquin and a much easier drive back.
  • A great park with lots of trees. Campsites are well shaded. Good privacy. One will see some birds - a bluejay for sure - flying around and eating fruits around the park.
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