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Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park


Amongst Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands, Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park is one of the best locations for a fishing trip with family and friends. It certainly lives up to its fishing reputation, with its sparkling blue waters that stretch far into the horizon. Sturgeon Bay is small, compared to other Provincial Parks, but its compact size gives it a unique, and comfortable feel. After you arrive and set up camp, go and enjoy the lovely natural sand beach that slopes gently into a roped off swimming area. Make sure you explore the many small inlets and tiny beaches of this Georgian Bay shoreline. You might also find solitude on a rocky out-crop, with a fishing rod or a good book. In the evening, there are wonderful sunsets, and, as the sun disappears, you’ll see many campfires dotting the coast. In the evening, things quiet down and fires turn to ash. Now is the time to look up and marvel at the billions of stars above.

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9° degrees celsius.
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Lake Huron

Traditional Territories



203 Highway 529, Point au Baril, ON, P0G 1K0

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