The Bruce Peninsula is an area of great diversity. Calm shorelines of Lake Huron to the rugged cliffs of Georgian Bay - the Bruce Peninsula is Ontario's natural jewel.

Some Facts:

Great Things to do and see

  • Hiking - The Bruce Trail begins or ends in Tobermory, snakes down the eastern shoreline of the Bruce Peninsula, and is Canada‚Äôs oldest and longest footpath. 
  • Boating - Spend a couple of hours or a couple of days discovering the hidden places of the Bruce Peninsula by kayak or canoe.
  • Fishing - From fly fishing to river fishing , big lake fishing to small lake fishing to - Lake Huron & Georgian Bay offers the fishing experience of a lifetime!
  • Parks - Our 2 national parks have so much diversity, and so much to experience - you could spend days exploring the different landscapes, cliffs, caves and fauna.
  • Day-tripping - The trip across to Manitoulin passes through the Fathom Five Marine Park - with a great view of the Cove Island Light. Enjoy a sunset dinner cruise from Tobermory in the summer.
  • Gardens tours, antique shops, Lighthouse tours - there is a tour for all in the Bruce. Enjoy our great events in the area all year. Spring Orchid Festival - fall Hiking festivals.
  • Visit Tobermory - A great port village located at the top of the Bruce Peninsula -  there is shopping, dining, boat tours, visitors centres....

 

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