MacGregor Point Provincial Park

MacGregor Point Provincial Park

This route is currently unavailable - all seats are sold out, or no more buses are scheduled for this year.

Returning for 2024 the perfect play-all-day park oasis on Lake Huron. It's a birders paradise, and has over 16km of trails to explore, and 7km of beach shoreline to bask on.

238 km From toronto
3 hours
coach bus

Ticket Prices

  • Regular rate$105
  • Students / Seniors $95
  • Children$53
  • Regular rate$68
  • Students / Seniors$61
  • Children$34

Coach seating, AC, bathroom, park day use fee included

Stops in MacGregor Point Provincial Park


MacGregor Point

The bus will drop you off at the visitors centre, on the Huron Fringe trail which runs along the beach all the way to the Tower Trail, and is also a short walk to the Deer Run trail that connects you to the Lake Ridge and Tower Trails.

Estimated Arrival
10:30 AM

04:30 PM

Pickup Locations In Toronto

34 Asquith Ave (Yonge-Bloor)

34 Asquith is located about 100 meters from Bloor-Yonge subway entrance (Yonge Street Entrance).

07:00 AM

Estimated Return
07:30 PM

Frequently Asked Questions

What's Happening on May 27th?

MacGregor Point is hosting the Huron Fringe Birding Festival. You can sign up separately for any afternoon festival sessions you are interested in here at the link here, we recommend sessions A23,24 and 25, but please note you need to be back at the bus by 4:30. here Registration for the festival opens on Friday, March 17th. If you do not want to sign up for sessions, you can still explore the park on your own, and buy food from the Birding Festival BBQ that day.

What can I do at MacGregor Point on a day trip?

Lots! There are over 16 km of trails at MacGregor Point, a large 7km-long beach on Lake Huron where you can rest for lunch and picnics or spend the whole day lakeside, and a visitors centre to explore and park store to shop at. Check out the Parks Page here

Are there rentals?

Bikes are available for rent.

Are there places to get food?

The Park Store carries basic camping supplies, groceries, ice, ice cream, snack foods, Ontario Parks’ clothing, souvenirs, and newspapers. It is conveniently located on the main park road. You should plan to come with food and water necessary to spend the day in the park and sun in order to be self-sufficient and prepared for any weather.

Can I bring my dog on the bus?

No, pets are not allowed on this route.

Are there bathrooms on board the bus?