Explore a Marine Heritage Lighthouse Tour

Explore a Marine Heritage Lighthouse Tour

With 14 lighthouses and range lights along its coast, Bruce County has one of the largest concentrations of these romantic, life-saving structures anywhere on the Great Lakes. You can see them all in a few days of touring the Bruce coast. Lighthouses were extremely important back in the days when the lakes were our highways. Along the Bruce coast, with its hidden shoals and cliff-bound shores, lighthouses offered beacons of hope in storms or foggy weather.

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Ontario Hiking at its best on the Bruce Trail

Ontario Hiking at its best on the Bruce Trail

Bruce Peninsula National Park is one place you don’t want to miss during your visit to the Bruce. The park is known for its unusual habitats. You can visit an alvar, where uncommon plants grow on natural limestone pavements. You can hike through dense cedar forests along the Lake Huron shore, listening to the songs of warblers and glimpsing rare plants like the calypso orchid.

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