Inverhuron Provincial Park, Tiverton

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#4 of 11 in Nature in Bruce County
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Inverhuron Provincial Park is a provincial park located on the shores of Lake Huron beside the small village of Inverhuron, Ontario, near Tiverton, Ontario, Canada. The Park opened in 1956, featuring 351 campsites, nature trails and beaches.

With the construction of a Heavy Water "Deuterium Oxide" plant at the Bruce Nuclear Power Development, Ontario Hydro purchased the park from the Ministry of Natural Resources in 1973 for issues of safety and security. Ontario Hydro also signed a 999-year lease with the Ministry which allowed the park to operate as a day-use park only—overnight camping was completely phased out by 1976. When Bruce Nuclear closed and decommissioned its Heavy Water plant in 1998, safety concerns were minimized and the process of opening up the park again for overnight camping began.

On 8 July 2005, the park re-opened as an overnight camping destination featuring 125 private campsites with electrical service, convenient comfort stations, and an improved network of trails.

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  • Absolutely no privacy in our camp site, many were similar or worse, washroom smell blew into our site constantly, so you were smelling it as you tried to eat. Constant fires were necessary to mask...  more »
  • Well designed campground that provides big sites with lots of privacy. Great beach but cold water in June (go in August). Good local towns to explore too.  more »
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  • Well maintained park. I really like the private sites. The trails are nice. the beach seems to be shrinking due to water levels though.. (out of their control)
  • Fantastic campsite. Can't wait to stay longer next time three nights doesn't seem like enough. Lots of paths and trails love the swimming area. Both Rocky and Sandy areas depending on what you want to do. Kids enjoy jumping off the rocks. If you are a camping advocate this place is a must.
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