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Greig's Caves

407 Scenic Caves Road | Northern Bruce Peninsula, Ontario N0H 1W0, Canada
+1 519-377-8762
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you need good footwear for the climbing. When we started our teenager was disappointed until we... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Patrick D
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Woodstock, Canada
If you are into caves and Canadian geography, it's a beginners must!

First time here for us. We like hiking and doing things that are not just simply walking around. We... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Sparkykate
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Cathcart, ON
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Greig's Caves:IS NOT FOR EVERYONE, GOOD HEALTH AND SHOES WITH TREAD IS A MUST. WE ONLY TAKE CASH ,3-12YRS $5.00 .13AND UP $10.00, MUST SIGN A WAIVER.. The most extensive and spectacular formation of limestone caves in Ontario. Like the famous flowerpots on flowerpot island off Tobermory, ON. Take a hike through rugged trails, that lead you to 10 natural limestone caves. After exploring take the trail above the caves for a spectacular views some 300 ft. above Georgian Bay. For the most up to date info on greig`s caves , prices to get in and hours and foot ware , go to our web site .
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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407 Scenic Caves Road | Northern Bruce Peninsula, Ontario N0H 1W0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

you need good footwear for the climbing. When we started our teenager was disappointed until we started moving along the caves then he was ecstatic as to the depth and size of some caves. we wished we had brought flashlights as cell phones just don't...More

Thank Patrick D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

First time here for us. We like hiking and doing things that are not just simply walking around. We hiked the Cup & Saucer the day before so for us, this was a very easy hike. For people who like to climb but not the...More

Thank Sparkykate
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After doing the crowded hordes of the Grotto yesterday we were going to take a boat tour of shipwrecks and flowerpots but the boats were closed today. 8/31/17 With the experience of hiking the Grotto and Indian point we figured caves were in order. This...More

Thank seescokid
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful limestone caves on the Bruce Peninsula! Free parking and the price to explore the caves & lookout trails is quite low! Good footwear for mud & (sometimes slippery) rocks are a must as there's a bit of a hike with some steep & rocky...More

Thank Scott S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Had a great time hiking through the woods and visiting the caves. Martin, the man in themticket booth, was very helpful and knowledgable about the movies filmed at this site. Would recommend this place for families who are fit and able to climb the rocks.

1  Thank Lily-TO
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited creeks caves with children ranging from 2 to 11 years old… It was a nice day but the rocks were a little bit slippery, the two-year-old did not do very well but the rest of the kids really enjoyed the place. It's well-maintained,...More

Thank Bill L
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We took two grandsons through these caves, ages 5 and 6 - i wouldn't recommend younger than that. We went on a rainy day and went through between rains. The sceenery was absolutely incredible, so beautiful. The trek was very slippery from the rain and...More

Thank brylin2015
Reviewed 17 August 2017

My husband and I decided to check out Greig's Caves as it seemed like a neat place. It's $10 per person and it's cash only. You have to sign a waiver and they won't let you in if you are wearing flip flops or sandals....More

Thank Sarah H
Reviewed 16 August 2017

This appears to be a little know attraction. The day we went there were not a lot of people. They have a lovely picnic area (including porta-potties). There are two (2) trails, one that takes you around the caves and a shorter one that has...More

Thank Rubyslippers16_11
Reviewed 15 August 2017

I played in these caves as a kid .... so different to experience them as an adult! The trail can be slick & steep so be prepared for that. Walking sticks are available at the entrance & no flip flops are allowed

Thank Louise S
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