Fun For $$$

The Most Fun Money Can Buy On The Bruce Peninsula

Greig’s Scenic Caves 

Located south of Lion’s Head at 407 Scenic Caves Road, just off Bruce Road 9, these spectacular limestone caves have been a family-run attraction for more than 50 years.

Open daily from Victoria Day weekend to Thanksgiving. Shoes with a closed toe and good tread are required, and other handy items are a flashlight, camera and bug spray. There is a large parking area, portable toilets and many picnic tables in shaded areas to accommodate guests who bring their own picnic lunch.

Visit www.greigscaves.ca for more info on times and rates.

Flowerpot/Shipwreck Boat Tours

Tobermory fishing charter captains began offering sightseeing tours as a sideline in the 1940s. They would take visitors to see the sea stacks and Lighthouse at Flowerpot Island.

Modern day passengers will see crystal clear water, shipwrecks, rugged shoreline, lighthouses and the world-famous “Flowerpots” at Flowerpot Island.

Both boat tour companies offer free parking and shuttle buses to ensure your tour experience is hassle free.

More information on the different cruise options can be found on their websites at www.bruceanchorcruises.com and www.blueheronco.com or by stopping in at the Tobermory Information Centre for brochures.

Snorkeling/SCUBA Charters

A fleet of charter boats leaves Tobermory’s Little Tub Harbour every day all summer, taking divers, snorkelers and sightseers out to see shipwrecks and islands.

Golf — Including Foot Golf

Golf Tobermory, on Hwy 6, just south of town, offers golf and foot golf (played with a soccer ball). There is also a miniature golf course and a restaurant which features regular and vegan food.