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MacGregor Point

MacGregor Point Provincial Park

Barrier Free

Barrier-free access is provided at designated campsites, yurts, Visitor Centre, showers, flush toilets and the 1.2 km Huron Fringe Trail which has a boardwalk surface and circles the Visitor Centre.

Comfort Station(s)

Showers are located at the comfort stations which are centrally located in each of the three campgrounds.

Day Use

A day use picnic area and beach with change rooms and comfort station are located north of the campgrounds. The Visitor Centre, trails and playground at the Camper’s Beach can be enjoyed by day use visitors.

The park is open for day use year round and fees are collected year round.

Obtain your daily vehicle permit up to five days in advance to guarantee your day use spot at this park.

Visit the Ontario Parks day use page to learn more.

Flush Toilets

Flush toilets are located at the comfort stations which are centrally located in each of the three campgrounds as well as at the day use area.


Laundry facilities are located in each comfort station in Nipissing and Algonquin Campgrounds.

Park Store

The Park Store carries basic camping supplies, groceries, firewood, ice, ice cream, snack foods, Ontario Parks’ clothing, souvenirs, and newspapers. It is conveniently located on the main park road.

Pet Exercise Area(s)

A pet exercise area is located adjacent to the day use area.


Bikes are available for rent and trailer storage is also available for rent.

For a refundable deposit, you are able to borrow extension cords. Electrical pedestals are at times a distance from the site and may require cords that are longer than some people might bring.

Visitor Centre

Open daily from May through to September for a minimum of four hours per day. During July and August full interpretive programming is carried out.
The Visitor Centre offers displays, brochures, a camper’s library with field guides and nature lore and the Huron Fringe Shop operated by the Friends of MacGregor Point Park. Naturalist’s programs, conducted walks and a variety of children’s activities are regularly offered, providing visitors with excellent opportunities to learn first-hand about the park environment.