Camping and overnight accommodations
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Notice: A fire ban is in effect across the Northern Bruce Peninsula, including Cyprus Lake Campground and backcountry sites in Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park. That means no campfires or open flames.
Bruce Peninsula National Park offers semi-wilderness, yurts and backcountry camping, in ideal locations for your park adventure.
Campers staying at the Cyprus Lake Campground can hike to the Grotto from their campsite. If you’d like to park in the Grotto parking lot, you will need to book a parking space in the same manner as anyone else.
Camping in the park is popular, reservations are required from May through October. Weekdays in the spring and fall offer opportunities with fewer people, natural attractions, bird migrations, spring flowers and fall colours.
Certain rules and regulations apply when camping at Bruce Peninsula National Park.
Cyprus Lake Campground
- Quiet hours are in effect from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am
- No excessive noise at anytime
- Alcohol and cannabis consumption bans are in effect during quiet hours
- Feeding campfires after 11 pm is prohibited
- Long weekends: A full ban on the possession of alcohol and cannabis are in effect. The weekends when alcohol and cannabis are not permitted in the park at any time are:
- Victoria Day Long Weekend
- Canada Day Long Weekend
- Civic Holiday Long Weekend
- Labour Day Long Weekend
- Thanksgiving Long Weekend
- No visitors on site after 10:00 pm
- Burn only locally purchased firewood
- Do not collect wood or sticks off the ground
- Sites are allowed a maximum of 6 people
- Sites are allowed a maximum of 3 sleeping structures
- Trailers & RVs must be emptied at the dumping station near Cyprus Lake Office
- Fireworks and drones are not permitted in national parks
- Portable toilets and shower units are not permitted
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