Top 10 Places To Visit On Your Way Up To Tobermory

Top 10 Places To Visit On Your Way Up To Tobermory


1. Bluewater Park, Wiarton  

Stretch your legs and cool off at Bluewater Park. This harbour front is home to the Wiarton Willie Splash Pad, the Bruce Trail and a kayak/canoe launch area.

2. Spirit Rock Conservation Area, Wiarton  

A short hike with a spectacular view of Colpoy’s Bay! At the top of the escarpment you will find the Corran and for those brave souls, climb down the spiral staircase to get to Colpoy’s Bay.

3. Solway’s Market, 4km north of Wiarton  
Mmmm…the smell of freshly baked bread, butter tarts and carrot cake! That is what you will smell when you first walk into the market. If you are looking to pick up some groceries such as local lamb, local cheese or local produce – Solway’s has it all.

4. Hope Bay Beach, Hope Bay  

This secret white sandy beach has spectacular views of the Niagara Escarpment and locals gather at the Hope Bay Campground to get their daily ice cream fix! Walk along Water Street to find the most unique shop, The Frog & Nightgown - a great place to shop for souvenirs or cottage décor! 

5. Greig’s Caves, Between Hope Bay and Lion’s Head 

Hike through 10 impressive limestone caves!

6. Lion’s Head

Lion’s Head is serenity on the Bruce Peninsula. Play at the beach, admire the lighthouse and find all your gift and cottage decor needs at the Dandy Lion! #findthelionshead

7. Lindsay Tract Trails 

Mountain bike on approximately 8 km of beautiful, single-track trail. Start on "Slow Ride", located just off the parking lot.

8. Cabot Head Lighthouse  

Climb the stairs up to the top of the lighthouse for a view of the turquoise waters of Georgian Bay! This is one of the best places to have a picnic.

9. Harvest Moon Bakery  

Offering local grown fruits in season, real cream, local honey as well as delicious bakery goodies. 

10. Little Cove Adventures  

Challenging ropes courses and camping cabin accommodation for families and friends! Explore the Low Ropes and High Ropes Courses.