Provincial Parks of Lake Huron

After touring the parks of Lake Erie it was time to explore the ones along Lake Huron. My first and I have to say my favourite park of the day was MacGregor Provincial Park.

Alone

Alone

I headed straight for sunset point to get the shot above. Playing with long exposure I didn’t realize that a seagull was sitting out on one of the rocks way in the distance. Needless to say I didn’t want to leave this area, it was full of photographic possibilities and the peacefulness here was enough to make me stay longer than anticipated. Ripping myself away, but vowing to come back and camp here soon, I got back into my car to head to Inverhuron Provincial Park.

The Gate to Inverhuron

The Gate to Inverhuron

Inverhuron is situated in the oddest of places – right next to the Hydro station. It seems a weird place to put a campground nonetheless it held some of the prettiest spots. My final stop of the day was Point Farms Provincial Park. I didn’t get to see much of this park as a rain storm decided to hit as I arrived.

Raindrops on Bloom

Raindrops on Bloom

I ended up not venturing down the long stairwell to the beach below. I will save that for another time when weather cooperates.

 

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