Bruce Peninsula National Park


Bruce Peninsula National Park is located directly on the Georgian Bay coastline, where cliffs and caves of the Niagara Escarpment create a dramatic setting for photography.  Everyone must experience once in their lifetime hiking to the Grotto.  It's directly along the Bruce Trail that's a rugged route including natural rock tunnels, arches, a boulder beach with 40-metre-high cliffs that overlook

Book an outdoor vacation spot at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula! The Bruce Peninsula National Park will take you on an adventure vacation across different landscapes with animal and plant habitats. 



national park sign in 

The campgrounds fill to capacity each summer, so book well in advance, or consider visiting in spring and fall instead.

national park camping



The Grotto Seacave

While at the National Park camping, make sure to visit the Parks Canada Visitor Centre.  This is a perfect starting point to watch a movie about the park, climb the 20-metre-high viewing tower, and plan your explorations in the area.


If you want to explore the area, visit the northern side of the Peninsula, on Lake Huron. This is where the park extends into a large sandy beach called "Singing Sands". This is an ideal beach area for kids to run and play.  The area is filled with lakes, forest, orchids ( 44 different types) and ferns, old growth cedars and birds galore.
singing sands beach

So, pack your camping gear, beach gear and plan your getaway now!

Parks Canada Visitor Centre 

park viewing tower


Try the National Parks YURTS for a Glamping experience!
Yurt Camping



More must sees:

must see: Beaches

With a Lake Huron on the west and Georgian Bay on the east, Bruce County is endowed with lots of beaches!

must see: Bruce Peninsula National Park

Near Niagara Escarpment caves, beaches, & hiking.

must see: Bruce Trail

The Niagara Escarpment, from Niagara Falls to Tobermory.

must see: Chi-Cheemaun Ferry (Tobermory)

Running between Tobermory and Manitoulin Island, the Chi-Cheemaun offers not just passenger and car ferry service but romantic Sunset Dinner Cruises.

must see: Camping

With over 14,000 campsites in Bruce County, there is a wide variety of Canadian wilderness to choose from. Everything from camping in tents, RV's and Yurts or as we like to call it "glamping"

must see: Fathom Five National Marine Park

Scuba diving capital of Canada, which has a Marine Park with 22 shipwrecks! View wrecks & islands from a glass-bottom boat.

must see: Adventure Passport

The Adventure Passport is a Self Guided scavenger hunt to finding some of the most intriguing locations in Bruce County. The 10th Annual Adventure Passport begins on for May 1st and runs until October 31st!

must see: Saugeen River

Try Paddling along Saugeen River by canoe or kayak!