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Princess Huron Lakefront Resort

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Princess Huron Lakefront Resort,
Hwy. 21 Box 491,
RR 2 Goderich, Ontario N7A 4C7

Contact: Manager
Phone: (519) 524-1744

Princess Huron Resort
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Open: May 1 - Nov 1
Total Camp Sites: 80
Seasonal Sites: 80
Electrical|Water|Sewage: 80
Pets On Leash

Fees: (*)
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Camping Facilities:
Cable TV

Camping Activities:
Outdoor Activities:

Rental Services:

Natural Swimming

Miscellaneous Services:
Flush Toilets
Drinking Water

Offsite Services:
Restaurant|Snack Bar
Propane Filling Station
Boat Launch

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Other Attractions:
Heritage Tours
3 Beaches
Huron County Museum
Huron Historic Gaol
Prospect Hill Camping Grounds

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The Huron Historic Gaol is a National Historic Site. It served as the region's gaol (old English form of jail) from its opening in 1842 until 1972.[22] It is open to the public between April and October. This is the site of the last public hanging in Canada. James Donnelly Sr. of the Black Donnellys also spent time here before his trial. As well, Steven Truscott was held here for some time.

The Huron County Museum is a community museum which offers modern exhibition galleries. Permanent exhibits depict the early settlement and development of Huron County. The museum also collects and maintains the Huron County Archives.

The Marine Museum, which is open in July and August, is dedicated to the lifestyle and culture of those who made a living on Lake Huron, highlighting The Great Storm of 1913. Admission to this museum is included in the entry fee for the Huron County Museum.

Goderich features 3 public use beaches which can be reached by car following signage in town to the beach hill, also known as West Street. After parking, beach users can also walk along a wooden boardwalk over a mile in length. The main beach, at the north end of the walkway is a sand and fine gravel beach where swimmers and sunbathers can watch lake freighters loading up with salt on the other side of the pier.

Further south is St. Christopher's beach and at the far end of the boardwalk is "Rotary Cove", a family-friendly sand beach with lifeguards and playground equipment. Of interest as well, are the man-made groynes along the beach, put in place to control sand migration from the action of water currents.

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