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Bucket List: visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. We did not swim here as the beach was quite rocky and the water was a bit rough. The facilities here are clean. There is a restaurant with outdoor seating. We were there early in the morning...More
It's a mostly rocky beach, so some good sandals or swim shoes are great to have for walking & swimming. The water is almost always clean & clear! It gets very deep, very quickly though so watch young children closely! There are bathroom facilities, food...More
The provincial park is actually quite small, almost as small as one could consider to be and still be a provincial park. In fact, I can think of numerous city parks that I have been to in my life that are closer to nature and...More
a great place to drive to at any time of the year. it's wonderful to watch the waves on the beach, watch people on the beach, watch people fishing or visit a local cafe. most of the cafe's here open during spring on weekends and...More
I always enjoy stopping into Port Bruce, the residence are lovely, fisherman are great to chat with, the beach is a mix of sand and pebbles which I love. The residence always do a nice clean up of the beach each spring after the long...More
Port Bruce is a small Port with boat launches docks and a couple restaraunts.The beach is rocky and the water is deep not far from shore.The Pier is a popular spot for perch fishing in the warmer months.Their is a couple small areas with washroom...More