The Bruce Peninsula is unique in that there is such a wide variety of things to do! Something for everyone!

Photo Credit: Parks Canada / Ethan Meleg

For the adventure seeker there is cycling the back roads, kayaking the hidden lakes and secluded shoreline or hiking to the cliffs edge on the Bruce Trail (see photo left – Overhanging Point in Bruce Peninsula National Park, near Tobermory).

For those looking for a more laid back vacation – the peninsula offers relaxing, scenic boat tours, interactive displays at Parks Canada’s Visitor Centre, or leisurely shopping along the village sidewalks in Wiarton or Lion’s Head.

Here are a few of our favourite activities on the peninsula:

-Boat Tours

-Canoeing & Kayaking & Standup Paddleboard

-Chi-Cheemaun Ferry

-Farmers’ Markets

-Special Events & Festivals

-Winter Exploring




-Lighthouse Tour of the Bruce Peninsula

-Scenic Drives

-Scuba Diving & Snorkelling

-Shipwrecks You Can See From Shore

-Shopping & Sightseeing