With a Lake Huron on the west and Georgian Bay on the east, Bruce County is endowed with lots of beaches!
Near Niagara Escarpment caves, beaches, & hiking.
The Niagara Escarpment, from Niagara Falls to Tobermory.
Running between Tobermory and Manitoulin Island, the Chi-Cheemaun offers not just passenger and car ferry service but romantic Sunset Dinner Cruises.
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"
Scuba diving capital of Canada, which has a Marine Park with 22 shipwrecks! View wrecks & islands from a glass-bottom boat.
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!
Try Paddling along Saugeen River by canoe or kayak!
Take a summer class at the famous Southampton Art School, amidst scenic vistas and unspoiled shorelines
Some of the darkest skies in Southern Ontario & phenomenal for stargazing. Don’t forget to look up
Over 850 kilometres (531 miles) of coastline & sand, perfect for beach hopping & sunsets
What's your best birding sound? Bruce County is located on a major northern migration route
Islands & shipwrecks to explore, shores to cruise, lighthouses to tour
The largest cider-producing region of Ontario; Cold, sparkling Ontario apple cider, Bruce County Lager, unpretentious Hoity Toity Wines
Most dramatic section of the world-famous footpath, where cliffs drop 10 stories into the turquoise abyss of Georgian Bay
Lake Huron on one side, Georgian Bay on the other, three rivers & a dozen inland lakes
Hike through rugged forest trails & natural limestone caves, with views of Georgian Bay, often popular with film crews
Glide through a Provincial Park, join a moonlight ski, warm up in the Colpoy’s trail cabin
Roads climb up and over the Escarpment and run along some of Canada’s most stunning shoreline
Meet the people producing your food, grab a meal, fresh groceries to go, bring the kids
Saugeen River is THE place for fly fishing. Cast from river banks, downrig the deep waters of Georgian & Huron, spin the quiet inland lakes
Garden tours, festivals & photography, 42 species of rare orchids, 50 species of ferns & wildflowers
We’ve got hundreds of caches, stashed in caves, on beaches, at lighthouses, along trails, near potholes, ruins & waterfalls
Paradise by the shores of Georgian Bay & Lake Huron. 23 golf courses to explore
Over 500 km of footpaths to explore along the Bruce Trail, in nature preserves, provincial & national parks
The Bruce Coast Lighthouse Tour is a world-class marine heritage experience you won’t get anywhere else
Sample maximum freshness, unique and diverse products, often grown naturally & organically
Under the lights, into the outhouse, or next to the giant ship in Sauble
12,500 acres of pure cycling wilderness laced with heart breaking scenery, rivers, roots & rock
It’s your chance to “Be the Dinosaur”! Visitors of all ages can experience what a day in the life of a dinosaur was like. May 16 - September 1 at Bruce County Museum.
The ultimate family entertainment centre, 5 minutes from Ontario's #1 Beach, Sauble Beach
A hidden wonder waits for you at the Saugeen First Nation Amphitheatre this summer
Welcome to the scuba diving capital of Canada! Ontario is the place to dive for shipwrecks in Fathom Five National Marine Park
Open, rolling farmland, tight and twisty forest trails & icefalls that decorate cliff walls of the Escarpment
Untracked trails, winter-accessible parks & frozen forests beckon snowshoe enthusiasts
Retreats and spa services for healing body & spirit are the perfect way to relax
Stand Up Paddle boarding has been trending on the beach scene and is a great way to soak up some surf culture
For a front row seat, pull up to the beach to watch a storm roll in over the lake
From grand old theatre houses & cabaret, to live dinner theatre & story telling