The Southern Shoreline Lighthouse Tour
Point Clark and Kincardine both boast beautiful lighthouses on the beach. When you are driving between these towns, take scenic Lake Range Drive for a tour with a view. These two lighthouses are ready for adventurers, as they both have museums ready for visitor viewing in the summer months.
Start Point: Point Clark
End Point: Kincardine
Days: 1 Day
Surface: Partially Paved
Start your journey along the Lake Huron shoreline at Point Clark Lighthouse. Begin by visiting the museum, and then climb your way up the 26.50-m-high limestone tower to experience a breathtaking view. While you are there, enjoy the cozy beach community and take a walk along the sandy shoreline.
Next, hop in the car and make your way down Lake Range Dr. towards Kincardine. Feel free to stop along Boiler Beach for a quick swim along the way. Next stop, Kincardine Lighthouse! Experience the marine museum, and then climb up the 69 steps to the top of the only ‘downtown’ lighthouse on the Bruce Coast.
Still up for more adventure? Take the Ripley Loop to visit numerous artisan galleries and Mennonite farms along the farmland of Bruce County.
Please be aware that this article list contains activities that may be out of season for the winter.