Visitors can take guided tours, climb to the top of the light tower, meander through adjacent museums, gardens and keepers’ homes. A few are accessible only by boat.
Great Lakes Gaurdians Lighthouse Website
For an overview map and self-guided touring suggestions, visit our lighthouse specific website, http://www.brucecoastlighthouses.com/. The website includes details of each lighthouse, including accessibility, highlights, history and amenities. There is also information on lightkeepers and our elegant Imperial Lighthouses.
Explore Port Elgin's 12km of trails in Biener's Bush, accessible at Nodwell Park or Concession 10.
Skate Ontario's first outdoor skating loop!
District 9 has 2400 km of groomed trails and an abundance of sled-friendly communities.
Sauble Ski Trail has 18 kms of groomed ski trails branching out from Sauble Falls Provincial Park through wooded areas and open fields.
The Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre offers an unforgettable experience in a journey through thousands of years of natural and human history, state of the art interactive exhibits and more!
What is a yurt? A yurt is an eight-sided, 16 foot diameter, tent-like structure installed on a wooden deck floor. It can accommodate up to six people. They are nicely equipped with electric heating, outlets and lighting.
Sauble Ski Trail has 10km of snowshoe trails! The best part - stop in at the cabin for a cup of warm apple cider to warm up!
Sawmill trials include a range of loops from beginner to expert. Groomed for both diagonal and skate skiing techniques, this trail system is very popular with members, clubs and schools. There's even a night skiing option, with the Jackrabbit Loop lit when the sun goes down.