Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
Cape Croker Indian Park
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Cape Croker Indian Park
Address

5 Rural Road

Wiarton
Ontario

N0H 2T0

Cape Croker Indian Park is owned and operated by the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation. The park is located on the eastern shore of the Bruce Peninsula. Nearly surronded by the waters of Georgian Bay, the park makes a perfect get-a-way for the whole family. The campground is open for the first week-end in May through to Thanksgiving Day.
 
Nestled between high limestone bluffs, the park encompasses 520 acres and has more than 250 campsites. Some of them are for trailers, complete with hydro hook-up. All of them are comfortably laid out and close to all you'll need while you're away from home.
 
From hiking the Bruce Trail to swimming in Georgian Bay, from canoeing to simply soaking up the warm atmosphere, all of our visitors to the Cape Croker Indian Park are guaranteed their own special experience.
 
The entrance to the Park is nestled under one of the bluffs of the Niagara Escarpment.
 
Cape Croker Park has a sheltered Harbour for sail boats of all sizes and a boat launch. Canoe rentals are also available. Special events are held throughout the summer, including the Traditional Pow-Wow. Swimming, horseshoes, beach volleyball and hiking on the Bruce Trail are some of the activities available. There is a nearby variety and fast food store for supplies and snacks.
 
We have a large capacity and can make arrangements to fit all types of campers.

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