Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada
The yurts are open 7 days a week ( July 1 to October 14). Yurts are closed during the winter (Thanksgiving to Victoria Day). Please contact the Parks Canada reservation system for availability.
Please Note: During the spring shoulder season (Victoria Day to Canada Day) the yurts are closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Do I need to bring my own bedding?
Yes, bring a pillow and sleeping bag or blankets.
Can we bring our own firewood?
To prevent the spread of invasive species, firewood must be purchased at the Cyprus Lake campground office or on businesses located on the Bruce Peninsula.
Is drinking water available?
Yes, potable water is available at the washroom adjacent to the yurt parking area.
Is there lighting in the yurts?
Yes, each yurt is equipped with a battery powered lantern. We suggest you bring a flashlight as a backup.
Is there a stove?
A propane barbecue with a side burner is provided as part of the cooking unit on the deck of each yurt.
Do I need to bring fuel for the BBQ?
No, propane is provided with the BBQ and there is a spare tank in case one runs out.
How close are the trails to the yurts?
The Cyprus Lake Trail runs past the yurts and connects with the trail system to the Grotto, Bruce Trail and other places along the Georgian Bay shoreline.
Where do we wash our dishes?
Please bring wash tubs for doing dishes at your yurt site (water can be boiled on the BBQ side burner). Drain dish water away from the lake.
What if we are going to arrive late at night?
Please speak with park staff at time of booking or in advance of your arrival to make arrangements for late arrival.
Fore more information
Phone: (519) 596-2364 ext 453 (May - October 15)
Phone: (519) 596-2233