Beaches and Boat Launches

Located along the shoreline of Lake Huron, the Town of Plympton-Wyoming boasts some of the most beautiful beaches. 

Photo Gallery: Beaches will appear here on the public site.

McEwen Park

The four hectare McEwen Park (formerly Charles J. McEwen Conservation Area) is a great place for a swim and a picnic. The area features a 200 metre sandy beach and a picnic area.

Note:  The park closes seasonally as the Town does not provide snow maintenance to roadways within McEwen Park. As of November 21st, 2023 the gate for vehicle access to McEwen park has been closed. 

Facilities include:

  • Parking
  • Sandy beach
  • Picnic area

Address: 4318 Lakeshore Road, Plympton-Wyoming

Highland Glen Park

The Highland Glen Park (formerly known as Highland Glen Conservation Area) is 11 hectares of beautiful forested ravine land and a 600-metre beach along Lake Huron. The Park includes a boat ramp and safe harbour allowing access to Lake Huron for boaters. A picnic pavilion makes this area a great place for a summer day trip.

Note:  The park closes seasonally as the Town does not provide snow maintenance to roadways within Highland Glen Park. As of November 21st, 2023 the gate for vehicle access to Highland Glen Park has been closed. 

Facilities include:

 

Effective April 4th, 2023 the boat launch is re-opened and available for public use! 
Fees are in effect.
$15.00/day and $200.00/season

 

For instructions on how to pay for a launch, please go to the 'Online Facility Bookings' page under 'Discover our Town'.

 

 

Address: 5046 Lakeshore Road, Plympton-Wyoming

Photo Gallery: Highland Glen will appear here on the public site.

Lamrecton Family Park

In 2015, the board of directors of Lamrecton Camp gave the property to the Town of Plympton-Wyoming, on the condition that it remains in public hands.

Facilities include:

  • Parking
  • 4.6 acres of parkland
  • Hall (currently not open to the public)
  • Sandy beach
  • Restroom facilities

Address: 3110 Egremont Road, Plympton-Wyoming