There is a shared-use trail in the park and cycling on all park roads.


Self-guided opportunities, best during spring and fall migrations.


There is access to Lake Huron via a boat launch in the park.


Canoeing & Kayaking
Caution should be used by anyone canoeing or kayaking along the shore of Lake Huron as water conditions can quickly change. The waters off Inverhuron are also a popular area for other watersports such as paddle boarding, windsurfing, and waterskiing. The nearby Saugeen River provides excellent canoeing and kayaking opportunities.


A good spot to fish for Lake Trout, bass, pickerel, perch, salmon, pike. For boaters the waters offshore of Inverhuron provide excellent fishing opportunities: salmon, lake trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, pickerel, and bass. People angling from shore or off the banks of the Little Sauble River may catch rainbow trout, brown trout, bass and perch. Please follow all fishing regulations.


There is a shared-use trail in the park.

Natural Heritage Education

The Natural Heritage program at Inverhuron Provincial Park consists of programs for all ages. All through the week, there are a wide variety of children’s programs, evening programs, special events and guided hikes that allow campers to learn about the natural features of the park as well as its vast cultural history. Weekly program notices are posted throughout the park as well online.

For additional information on programs visit the parks twitter page. or view the park Instragram page.


The park is well-known for the clear waters of its shallow, sandy beach – ideal for swimming. Sections of the 1 km beach are buoyed and change facilities are available.

Winter Activities

The park is gated during the winter.