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Bruce Peninsula National Park

120 Chi sin tib dek Rd, Tobermory, Ontario N0H 2R0, Canada
+1 519-596-2233
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Nice weekend in nature

I went to this very scenic and wonderful place with my wife on a lovely weekend. It was an amazing... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
MReza M
Stormhaven Backcountry Camping

My spouse and I camped 2 nights at the Stormhaven backcountry camping area in Bruce Peninsula. We... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
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When visiting Bruce Peninsula National Park, start your adventure at the Parks Canada Visitor Centre in Tobermory. Here you'll find information to help plan your visit including tips on where to go when the Cyprus Lake parking lots are full, activities for children, and recommendations on hiking trails. Don't forget the Visitor Centre also includes a natural history museum and just around the corner, a viewing tower and some great hiking trails. While you're at the Visitor Centre take in an Interpretation program. Other visitor attractions in the park include Singing Sands Beach, Halfway Log Dump with incredible views of limestone cliffs and boulder beaches, and of course the Grotto and Indian Head Cove near Cyprus Lake. Bruce Peninsula National Park also includes the popular Cyprus Lake Campground with 232 camp sites and 10 yurt accommodations. Please visit the park website for more information and links to the Parks Canada reservations website. July and August are extrememly busy times in the park so plan your trip accordingly and visit the park website for information on other attractions in the area, fees, hours, park regulations and safety tips.
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120 Chi sin tib dek Rd, Tobermory, Ontario N0H 2R0, Canada
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+1 519-596-2233
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I went to this very scenic and wonderful place with my wife on a lovely weekend. It was an amazing place near Tobermory with great trails beside the Georgian bay with it’s clear and pleasant water good for swimming.

Thank MReza M
Reviewed 4 days ago

My spouse and I camped 2 nights at the Stormhaven backcountry camping area in Bruce Peninsula. We stayed on site #8, which we would do again. We were close to our neighbours on #7, but didn't mind at all. #9 is best if you want...More

Thank ryan0196
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the National park on the first Sat of this month. We reached the park at 7am only to know that the office that issues the parking pass opens at 8am. Anyways we had to wait until 7.50 am when the staff arrived and...More

Thank Dynamite2805
Reviewed 1 week ago

During Canada's 150th 2017 celebrations this park was free to get in for the day. After Labour day we found it was the best time to visit. The weather was a little cooler and not over crowded with tourists.The walking trail is impressively maintained and...More

1  Thank Starr B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a fantastic place to hike! The trails are well kept, roomy and easily followed! The park is spotless, although hikers should take a large slice of responsibility in that regard. We lucked out with awesome weather for October, but would have really enjoyed a...More

1  Thank Hammer132014
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I went with my husband to the Bruce Peninsula, we visited the Grotto and Indian Head Cove. I must say it was an amazing experience, we enjoyed hiking on the different trails and we had lots of fun going down to the grotto! I definately...More

Thank Dany G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visitors centre is fab and has lots of information. Short 15 min movie that offers a flavour of what tobermory has to offer. Staff helpful and friendly. Great viewpoints to be had.

Thank tomalli68
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is our 2nd time visiting Bruce Peninsula National Park but only the 1st time we have stayed at the yurts. The yurts were right by the lake (Cyprus Lake) and the trail leading to the grotto runs right in front. There is a private...More

Thank shinysycamore
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The friendly and helpful staff at the Centre provide excellent guidance on whatever you are planning. The displays are crowded but teeming with information about various aspects of the park -on the escarpment, along the shore and under Georgian bay. The pop up display on...More

Thank Mark R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The geology and trails make this a fabulous place to hike if you like varied terrain and great views. One moment you are walking scampering along the shoreline on giant rock slabs, the next you are in the woods using arms and legs to clamber...More

Thank Designatedroamer
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AleksBear
12 October 2017|
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Response from o1_diamond | Reviewed this property |
Yurts are avail at park until October 28 5 ppl max 2 vehicle per site Fees $120.00 - Per yurt, per night (includes parking for 1 vehicle). $ 11.00 (online) or $ 13.50 (over the phone) - Non-refundable reservation fee (per... More
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Edward P
5 September 2017|
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Response from Veedubbr | Reviewed this property |
I saw some vultures but no eagles or hawks while we were there. Zero songbirds because of heavy forest. Cormorants, loons and herons in the lakes though.
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Brunap69
21 August 2017|
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Response from BPNPFFNMP | Property representative |
As mentioned in earlier posts, the most direct route to the Grotto is from P1 along the Georgian Bay Trail. It is actually about 1.5 km or roughly a 30 min walk. You can loop back to the parking via the Horse Lake or Marr... More
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