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Arran Lake Trailer Park is about 5 miles in length and 1/2 mile wide, with excellent fishing for large and small mouth bass, pike and perch. Motor boats are not permitted, but you can paddle leisurely around the lake in a canoe. Campground Facility Rating


Arran Lake Trailer Park,
RR 2 Allenford,
Ontario N0H 1A0
(519) 934-1224

Arran Lake Trailer Park
GPS Coordinates
44.496459,-81.263895

CAMPGROUND SERVICES
Administration:
Open: May 24- Oct 15
Total Camp Sites: 192
Seasonal Sites: 171
Overnight Sites: 21
Electrical|Water: 20
No Service: 1
Controlled Access
Credit|Debit Cards
Tenting Area
Reservations
Pull Thru Sites
Pets On Leash

Fees: (*)
Min.|Max. Daily:
$25.00|$30.00

Camping Facilities:
Recreation Hall
Picnic Area
Mobile Pumpout
Dumping Station

Camping Activities:
Planned Events
Shuffleboard
Outdoor Activities:
N\A
Sports:
Fishing
Horseshoes
Water Skiing

Rental Services:
Kayaks|Canoes
Cottage|Cabin
Trailers

Swimming:
Natural Swimming
Pedal Boats

Miscellaneous Services:
Flush Toilets
Showers
Store
Laundromat
Launching Ramp
Drinking Water
Ice
Internet Access
Pay Phone
Playground
Propane Mobile Exchange

Offsite Services:
Walk
N/A
Drive
Gasoline|Oil

Other Attractions:
Sauble Beach Cottage Rentals
Sauble River Marina
MacGregor Point Park
Sauble Point Provincial Park
Auburn Riverside Retreat


Arran Lake Trailer Park



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Tourist Attractions Near Allenford:

Northern Dunes Golf Club Ltd.

Sawmill Ski Trails

Sauble Beach

Bruce County Museum



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Food For Thought:
The picturesque rural village of Allenford is a familiar sight for those journeying along the highway between Owen Sound and Southampton. Perched on the banks of the Sauble River, it was once known as Driftwood Crossing after the many floods that left debris across the post road to the Huron Coast.

James Allen built the first house in the village in 1857. Allen, who was six when he came from Ireland with his parents to settle in Peterborough County, was the community's founder. He lent his name to the word "ford" since Allenford was the place where the Sauble River was most easily crossed. Today, Allenford is a gentle place to live or visit with a mill, shops, church, and riverside homes.

Allenford celebrated their Homecoming in 2010 from July 1st to the 4th. There were parades and bonspiels, banquets and breakfasts. Allenford is also proud that 2010 also marks the 100th birthdays of Aiken Brothers old-fashioned hardware store and the Allenford Curling Club, one of the oldest in Bruce County. If you help celebrate than you probably met many of the descendants of the original settlers.

Courtesy Of Explore The Bruce