Bruce Peninsula Tourism Guide
Rich in culture and full of natural beauty - the BRUCE PENINSULA has it all. With 2 national parks, several provincial nature reserves, and the niagara escarpment as its base - there is no end to the worlds you can discover in this wondrous place. The Bruce Peninsula - Stay awhile, and rejuvenate your soul.
- Stay A While
EXPLORE THE 7 WONDERS OF THE BRUCE PENINSULA
Explore our Biosphere!
The Bruce Peninsula is part of the Niagara Escarpment Unesco World Biosphere Reserve.
Explore our 2 National Parks
The Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park.
Explore our Forests and wetland habitats
The Bruce Peninsula has the largest remaining chunk of forest and natural habitat in Southern Ontario.
Explore our ancient history
The Bruce Peninsula is home to the Oldest Trees in Eastern North America.
Explore our Nature!
The Bruce Peninsula contains one of the greatest concentrations of native orchid species in North America.
Explore our Stars!
Home of the "Darkest Skies" in Southern Ontario.
Explore our Culture!
Home to one of Canada's Imperial Lighthouse in the Bruce Peninsula & is home to 2 Native Reserves
WHERE TO STAY WHILE YOU PLAY ON THE BRUCE PENINSULA - ACCOMMODATIONS
Dotted along the waterfront and along the rural back roads are many cottages available for rent on the Bruce Peninsula. Rent a cottage on Georgian Bay, or rent a home or cottage in Tobermory or Sauble Beach. All sizes and styles and prices of cottage rentals are available on the Bruce Peninsula.
Whether you want to put up your own tent in the back country of the Bruce Peninsula National Park or you would like to stay at a luxury family campground with 2 pt or 3 pt hook-ups - the Bruce Peninsula has every type of camping facility available for campers.
If you are planning to stay for a long time - check out our Bruce Peninsula Real Estate section with properties for sale by owner on the Bruce Peninsula.
EXPERIENCE THE BRUCE PENINSULA
The Bruce Trail begins or ends in Tobermory, snakes down the eastern shoreline of the Bruce Peninsula, and is Canada’s oldest and longest footpath. Backpack in the National Park - and camp beneath the stars!
Spend a couple of hours or a couple of days discovering the hidden places of the Bruce Peninsula by kayak or canoe.
Our 2 national parks have so much diversity, and so much to experience - you could spend days exploring the different landscapes, cliffs, caves and fauna.
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