Cape Croker First Nation Travel Guide

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Cape Cove

Cape Cove

This is one of 13 First Nation (American Indian) Reserves that have never been out of Native control. There is a campground and hiking. It is located on Bruce Peninsula in lake Huron north of Sarnia/Port Huron.

Nestled between high limestone bluffs, the Park encompasses 520 acres of land and has more then 250 campsites. Some of them are for trailers, complete with hydro hook-up. But all of them are comfortably laid out and close to all amenities you’ll need while you’re away from home.

From hiking the Bruce Trail to swimming in Georgian Bay, from canoeing to simply soaking up the warm atmosphere, all our visitors to the Cape Croker Indian Park are guaranteed their own special experience.

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March 03, 2004 change by snowwolf

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