Lake Huron has the longest shoreline of any of the Great Lakes. Begin at Point Clark Lighthouse by visiting the museum, and then climb your way up the 26.50m high limestone tower to experience a breathtaking view.
While you are there, enjoy the cozy beach community and take a walk along the sandy shoreline.
During your lighthouse tour, plan to stay at Fisherman’s Cove Tent & Trailer Park. Fisherman’s Cove has been helping campers with their needs and making memories for over 48 years as a family-operated resort. With over 500 campsites supplying both pull-thru and back-in sites, 50 and 30 amp, hydro and sewer and water to each site, you will have the best that camping can offer.
When you arrive at Fisherman’s Cove Tent & Trailer Park, you will be able to not only enjoy the large sites but also the five playgrounds, two indoor pools and a nice sandy beach with water toys. A full events calendar for July and August is laid out for an even more enjoyable stay. Between events, you also can take advantage of the horseshoes, shuffleboard or bocce ball courts. If just riding your bike or walking the trails is more your activity, then they have that for you as well.
Have you been traveling for a while? There is a clean and welcoming laundry mat for you. When sitting around the campsite or the beach and don’t want to make lunch, then head to the fry wagon and pick up some fries and a burger.
Still up for more adventure? Take the Ripley Loop to visit numerous artisan galleries and Mennonite farms along the farmland of Bruce County.
Even More Fun
Next, hop in the car and make your way down Lake Range drive towards Kincardine. Feel free to stop along Boiler Beach for a quick swim along the way. Next stop, Kincardine Lighthouse! Experience the marine museum, and then climb up the 69 steps to the top of the only ‘downtown’ lighthouse on the Bruce Coast.
Fishing and Tenting
Fisherman’s Cove Campground is situated on 250 acres with a beautiful 200-acre lake with Pike and Bass fishing. Bring your pole, rent a boat and get that trophy fish. There are lots of smaller fish for the kiddo’s to catch too. They even have great features for your pet when he/she travels with you, including a dog beach and a dog park.
Don’t have an RV, there are tent spots and cabin rentals for you. They supply unserviced and serviced cabins as well as a park model trailer. The park model is set up with a queen bed and bunks for your whole family. The serviced cabin has a queen bed and bunks as well and they are in a nice wooded setting. The unserviced cabin will sleep 5 and are set near the washrooms and a playground.