Indian Head Cove is a beach consisting of flat, limestone rocks & white boulder beach in Bruce Peninsula National Park, accessible via trails. You need watershoes to be comfortable swimming here. Cliff diving is prohibited, and you risk a fine doing this at the location. This beach can get packed in the summer. Consider visiting in Spring or Fall for a better experience.
The Georgian Bay shoreline including the Grotto, Indian Head Cove, Halfway Log Dump and surrounding trails is a popular area of the Bruce Peninsula National Park. Parking is limited and a parking reservation is required to access these areas. Plan ahead to avoid disappointment!
Driving in and dropping off visitors is not allowed. All vehicles require a valid permit to enter.
There are limited facilities in the park. Please DO NOT litter. Take your garbage out with you. Do not throw diapers into the bush.
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