|Guided Hike: Wetlands in Winter||Dec 10, 2016|
|Guided Hike: Winter Tree ID||Dec 17, 2016|
|Meet the Naturalist: Hibernation vs. Migration||Dec 23, 2016|
|Guided Hike: Winter Survival||Dec 31, 2016|
|Saugeen Shores Christmas Bird Count||Jan 4, 2017|
Camping at MacGregor?
Welcome To Friends of MacGregor Point
The Friends of MacGregor Point Park are dedicated to enhancing and expanding the natural, cultural, and recreational programs in MacGregor Point Provincial Park.
MacGregor Point Provincial Park is one of the most overlooked natural wonders along the Lake Huron shoreline. This forested provincial park offers the traveller countless experiences to remember. MacGregor Point is located 5 kilometres south of Port Elgin off Highway 21.
MacGregor Point is part of a natural forested corridor that extends along the shore of Lake Huron. This 1366 hectare parcel of land consists of wetlands, former beach ridges, sand dunes, and forest ecosystems. It is a haven to over 105 migratory birds, nesting warblers and songbirds. This varied forest habitat has helped some southern species such as the Red-bellied Woodpecker, Blue-gray Gnatcatcher and Carolina Wren extend their range northward.
You can visit MacGregor Point year round! Large campsites welcome you no matter what the season; and if you don't have a tent or trailer, you can cozy up in one of the 16 yurts. MacGregor Point Provincial Park is vibrant and full of life in the summer; but must be experienced first hand.