Bruce Peninsula National Park – Cyprus Lake Campground

The Cyprus Lake campground located in Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario is a great place to visit during the late spring and summer months leading up to autumn. We spent 5 days and 4 nights in this park where we got a chance to explore the Bruce Trail and visit the beautiful grotto. I wanted to share with you some words of advice if you plan on visiting this beautiful national park.

  • There is a chance you may see a black bear, rattlesnake and/or poison ivy
  • There are over 200 campsites
  • There is no wifi anywhere on the camp group. If you want wifi you’ll have to head into town to the nearest bar. Crowsnest Pub in town is a really great place for food, drinks and wifi
  • All fires must be out by midnight

  • Alcohol consumption after 10 pm is prohibited
  • Quiet hours are between 10 pm and 7 am
  • No excessive noise at all times
  • Firewood must be purchased at the national park if you plan on creating a fire. If you bring outside wood you risk getting a huge fine
  • There are no showers on the campground. In order to shower you must visit outside locations a short drive away. One of of the locations is called Roxy’s Showers but it does come with a fee of $2 for 2 minutes. Yikes!

If you’re heading to Bruce Peninsula National Park or camping on the Cyprus Lake campground be sure to visit the Grotto. Before heading there make sure to check out my recent post What You Need to Know Before Heading to the Grotto
Stay Restless friends!

 

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