Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Bruce Peninsula


Jutting out of the Niagara Escarpment, the Bruce Peninsula is full of rich diversity and awe-inspiring natural features. Home to two Canadian National Parks, including Fathom Five National Marine Park and the fames Flowerpot Island, the rugged beauty of the peninsula feels utterly Canadian.

The Bruce Peninsula is also home to Bruce Peninsula National Park and Cyprus Lake campground. Along with hosting some of the most amazing hiking trails in the region, the park is also home to “The Grotto,” an astounding natural cave found off the shores of Georgian Bay. If you can brave the cold water, you can swim right into this natural wonder.

At the tip of the peninsula you will find the pretty little town of Tobermory. Tobermory is a harbour town where you can catch ferries to Mantoulin Island and Fathom Five. It is also the terminus of the Bruce Trail.


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