Cyprus Lake

Bruce Peninsula National Park

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Cyprus Lake Trail
Tobermory, ON, Canada
519-596-2263

GPS: 45.233, -81.52

Last Price Paid: $23

2 people have reviewed this location.

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Travellova9
ON, Canada

3 reviews
Days stayed: 4

Travellova9 would stay here again

“Absolutely Great”

Reviewed Jan 14, 2018

Overall Rating

We car camped here for 4 nights and absolutely loved it. We stayed in the ‘Tamarak’ section of Cyprus, which proved to be the most private of the three sections. The hiking trails and lakes are great.

However, the Grove did get exceptionally busy with day visitors. We managed to enjoy it between ‘time slots’ and then hiked to another far less busy section of lakefront.

The restrooms were clean, pit style with toilets that had water and a bit of a seal to help reduce odors. There are NO showers anywhere, so keep that in mind if you plan to tent it longer. Cyprus lake, albeit a tad slippery, appeared to be where most people bathed, sadly not using biodegradable soap.

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Shawna at Adventu...

24 Airstream Argosy
2007 GMC Sierra
6 reviews
Nightly rate: $23
Days stayed: 2
Site Number: 21
“Spectacular scenery at 'The Bruce'!”

Reviewed May 05, 2016

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This park is one of the top attractions in Ontario. In the heart of a World Biosphere Reserve, the ‘Bruce’ is place of global significance. Thousands of visitors come each year to experience the massive, rugged cliffs of the park, inhabited by thousand year old cedar trees, overhanging the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay.
During the summer months, the park is filled to capacity. Even coming for a day trip, parking gets filled and closed. The campground is set up around Cypress Lake, with the Georgian Bay trail to the Grotto on site. This hike takes approx 30 mins (1.6km). The hard packed trail makes it an easy hike but in the summer it gets really busy as all National Parks do. Early morning or late in the day are the best times to see this beautiful place.
The campground has 232 drive in campsites in three campgrounds: Birches, Poplars and Tamarack. Each campsite has a picnic table and fire pit with a grill.
The campground can get loud during the day, lots of tourists new to camping, but the rangers are on top of it and it's all quiet after 10 pm. No issues.
Potable water taps, cold water sinks and basic washroom facilities are available. No showers on site but are available at private businesses just outside the park.
My recommendation is to book in the Poplars East Camp site #'s 21-29. There sites were larger and backed onto the water. Very nice!

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