Are showers open at MacGregor point?

Are showers open at MacGregor point?

A comfort station with drinking water, flush toilets and showers is available year round.

Are there bears at MacGregor point?

There are black bears that live around the park. During our last visit, one was spotted a short distance from our MacGregor Point yurt. This isn’t something to be concerned about so long as you practice proper camp care.

Is the MacGregor Point skating trail open?

The park is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. all year long. Availability of skating and skiing is weather dependent, with both typically becoming available in January. Check the Snow Report for conditions and the park’s Twitter for park updates. Remember: MacGregor Point can get EXTREMELY busy during peak times.

Are dogs allowed at MacGregor Point Provincial Park?

When we were there in early August, there were a lot of dogs, so yes they are allowed at the camp ground.

Can you fish at MacGregor point?

Fishing. Fishing along the shore is limited. The nearby Saugeen River is good for bass, perch, Lake Trout, pickerel, pike and salmon.

What county is Mcgregor Provincial Park in?

MacGregor Point Provincial Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Observation Tower for bird watching
Location MacGregor Point, Lake Huron
Nearest city Port Elgin, Ontario

Are brown bears in Ontario?

Brown bear fossils discovered in Ontario, Ohio, Kentucky and Labrador show that the species occurred farther east than indicated in historic records.

Where can I fish in Killbear Park?

Parry Sound is best known for a productive Lake Trout fishery in the waters of the Big Sound (on the eastern side of the Killbear peninsula). Please note: the waters of Kilcoursie Bay (on the western side of the peninsula) are a Lake Trout sanctuary and are closed to Lake Trout fishing year round.

How many campsites are at MacGregor Point Provincial Park?

Located on the Lake Huron Shoreline MacGregor Point Provincial Park offers 360 beautiful campsites and roofed accommodations ranging from private, rustic to family compounds. With playgrounds, trails, and a private beach MacGregor Park has something for everyone.

Are there moose in Ontario?

In Ontario’s Sunset Country, you’ll find moose in many areas throughout the region. Huge moose roam areas like Atikokan, Armstrong, Sioux Lookout, Pickle Lake, Ear Falls, Red Lake and on the Aulneau Peninsula on Lake of the Woods.

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