The Bruce Peninsula is surrounded by water! Our beaches vary from tables of limestone rock on Georgian Bay to miles of sugar sand. Sunsets on the beaches of Lake Huron are second to none!
The Bruce Trail begins or ends in Tobermory, snakes down the eastern shoreline of the Bruce Peninsula, and is Canada’s oldest and longest footpath. Backpack in the National Park - and camp beneath the stars!
KAYAKING & CANOEING
Spend a couple of hours or a couple of days discovering the hidden places of the Bruce Peninsula by kayak or canoe.
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!
BRUCE PENINSULA NATIONAL PARK & FATHOM FIVE NATIONAL MARINE PARK
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.
CHICHEEMAUN FERRY TO MANITOULIN ISLAND
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.
TOURS & EVENTS
Gardens tours, antique shops, Lighthouse tours - there is a tour for all in the Bruce. Enjoy our great ev ents in the area all year. Spring Orchid Festival - fall Hiking festivals.
Visit Your Guide to the Bruce Peninsula for more information