Cape Croker Park is owned and operated by the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. We are located on the Georgian Bay side of the Saugeen Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada – in the community of Neyaashiinigmiing. Campground is open from May to Thanksgiving Day. The park is open year-round!
The Park encompasses 520 acres situated on the shores of Sydney Bay and nestled between high limestone bluffs. Cape Croker Park makes a perfect get-a-way for the whole family. With 315 campsites, suitable for tents and trailers, our large capacity can accommodate all types of campers. Electrical sites are available in some camping areas. Sites are comfortably laid out and close to all you'll need while you're away from home.
Here you will find an activity you are sure to love – whether it be hiking the Bruce Trail, bird watching, canoeing, swimming in the refreshing waters of Sydney Bay, fossil hunting along the rocky shores, snowshoeing, or roasting marshmallows over your campfire. Visitors to Cape Croker Park are sure to discover new and exciting experiences. The Park also offers groomed trails for winter use.
We are excited to announce brand new Anishnaabe Cultural Experience Programs at the Cape Croker Park. Beginning July 2021, we are offering exciting opportunities to join local Anishnaabe interpreters for guided hikes, storytelling, craft making, and traditional wilderness skills programs, as well as winter visits and tours our fully operational traditional Sugar Bush (maple syrup making!) – Ziibaakdakaan. Within these programs will learn about Anishnaabe history, stories, and traditional knowledge and skills dating from time immemorial. Join us by booking online today!
Cultural Program bookings and campground reservations are all made online through the Cape Croker Park website.