Welcome to Camping with ‘Harmony’
2015
Tobermory’s smallest & most private Campground
‘The Ecological Jewel at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula’

Celebrating 35 years
RADIO FREE in Nature

OPEN MAY to OCTOBER
Book your site before March 31st via E-Transfer & we pay the HST


What is Harmony Acres?

Harmony Acres is a small family/friend run business and our great respect for Nature provides you with a beautiful hideaway in the heart of the forests. This is a space for all cultures, for their families, couples and small groups. You can immerse yourself in nature by hiking and bicycling (not road bikes) on our woodland trails; sitting by your campfire or star gazing on clear summer nights. Awaken to a morning choir of birds and end your day with a late evening chorus of frogs or the call of the whippoorwill.

Our campground is the perfect place for a peaceful quiet getaway, for those who want to be in a natural setting near the tip of the Bruce Peninsula and central to both National Parks.

Our campground is the perfect place for a peaceful quiet getaway, for those who want to be in a natural setting near the tip of the Bruce Peninsula and central to both National Parks.

Our Sites

Our sites, 35 in total, are spacious and well treed; each is surrounded by or under a canopy of a variety of different tree species. The selection of sites to choose from include hardwood forest sites where large oaks and maples provide high cover shade however are less private; to the soft woods that give you some sun and shade designed for small families or groups 4 – 6 people, to our evergreen sites that are visually secluded from one another, offering a view of the stars, created more for couples – 1 to 2 very small tents.

Pine camping cabins- rustically designed are like wooden tents. The cabins are excellent for both rain and sunshine and free you from the hassles of packing tents and air mattresses. Inside are 2 to 4 beds (bunk style) with mattresses, therefore personal linens are still required. There is no electricity or water in the cabins, so please bring your own lanterns and flashlights. It is a very short distance to walk to the potable water taps, shower-house and washroom facilities. Cooking is over a campfire.

Amenities

Our sites, 35 in total, are spacious and well treed; each is surrounded by or under a canopy of a variety of different tree species.

Special Considerations

The Environment & Us

We are proud to say that we are an ecological friendly campground and use only products that are healthy for humans, animals and the environment. We ask that you do not spray your campsites with toxic pesticides to kill the insects that live here naturally. (see Rules and regulations)

Plastic Water Bottles: Please bring appropriate water bottles/ containers that can be filled on site. Our drinking water meets the requirements of the Ontario Public Health Board. It is very high in several minerals and has a PH of 7.2 on average. The list of minerals and metals is posted at the office and at the shower house.

Forest Management

Harmony Acres is a 100 acre parcel of land of which only 15 acres is developed. It is one of the last and largest stands of hardwoods, especially oaks but including beech and maple trees on the upper end of the Bruce Peninsula. This forest connects to another 3500 acres of private land and joins into the National Park land system. Due to many foreign species of beetles and blights destroying Ontario forests we ask that you DO NOT bring any wood from areas outside of the Bruce Peninsula.

Do not bring any construction or pallet lumber for your campfires.
Please buy local wood.
Help Us protect that which is precious for You to enjoy.
Don’t be the cause of the End! BE proactive!

Enjoying the Area

Indian Head Cove, Bruce National Park
Indian Head Cove, Bruce National Park

We are about a 5 to 15 minute drive from the following:

At the Campground:

Harmony Acres Forest Trails
Harmony Acres Forest Trails