We actually stayed at this Ontario provincial park twice, the first time when we arrived on the Bruce Peninsula and again as we were leaving. It is a heavily wooded park along the Sauble River at the lovely tiered falls. We were told that we had missed the salmon running up the falls by a few weeks. At the time we were there, the East Campground was closed for work, and only the West Campground was open. During the off-season, the camp hosts will check you in if you arrive when the office isn’t open, which is very convenient – though the camp hosts only take cash. We were running out of Canadian money by the time of our second visit so arranged in advance by phone with camp staff to pay them when they came in the next morning. They communicated this with the camp hosts and all was wonderful. Our electricity only campsite was large and level and had a view of the river and the falls in the distance. The trees were beautiful autumn colors which was an added bonus. Price quoted here is in $Canadian. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Classic provincial park with rustic facilities. Two sections including one with radio free area. Weekends can be a bit trying with party goers. Park staff are usually very young and have there hands full dealing with the weekend warriors. Pretty area with direct access to the Sauble River and nearby water falls. Electric sites and water are almost all out in the open. Bathrooms are cleaned 2 times a day, but are not for the faint of heart. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.