The Tobermory area is proud to host a National Park in a large chunk of natural habitat in southern Ontario directly on the waters of Georgian Bay.
The Bruce Peninsula National Park ON N0H 2R0
Everyone hikes to the Grotto. It’s the most popular attraction in Bruce Peninsula National Park. A big cave on the shore, it was carved out by the waves of Georgian Bay over thousands of years. From the Bruce Trail climb down through the natural chimney in the rock of the Niagara Escarpment. It’s a pristine setting; there are no signs, lights, stairs or handrails here. The cave itself is stunning, with sunlight from the outside revealing a brilliant underwater tunnel on the inside. You can walk along a ledge inside its cavity or swim in its cool, clear, turquoise water.
It’s a 30-minute hike to the Grotto from the Head of Trails parking lot at Cyprus Lake parking lot. Take the Georgian Bay Trail to the shore then follow the Bruce Trail west along the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. The Grotto is located just past Indian Head Cove – another naturally stunning attraction. To avoid crowds, visit in spring or fall, yet rent your campground early, as spots fill up fast!
***Also, see “Caves” under Things to Do.
Saugeen River is THE place fishing. An abundance of November Saugeen steelhead. Lots of steelhead in the lower Saugeen right now!
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!
The scenic and popular Saugeen River varies from wide, slow-flowing sections to stretches with white rapids and eddies, making the Saugeen ideal for family paddling..
12,500 acres of pure cycling wilderness laced with heart breaking scenery, rivers, roots and rock.
Near Niagara Escarpment caves, beaches, & hiking.
Victoria Jubilee Hall is the Opera Hall, an elegant 300-seat theatre. The acoustics are amazing and have been lauded by many top Canadian performers.
The Niagara Escarpment, from Niagara Falls to Tobermory.
There is no better place to learn about native culture than at the Saugeen Amphitheatre on the banks of the Saugeen River.