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Your Unforgettable Experience Awaits. Only If You Book Ahead.

Certain sites and activities on the Bruce Peninsula require a booking or reservation. Because everyone deserves a chance to take in the splendor of beautiful Bruce County.

If you have questions about parking at the Grotto, Halfway Log Dump or within Bruce Peninsula National Park, please contact the park directly at 1-888-773-8888 or by email at

To avoid disappointment, plan ahead, or as we like to say, if you want to look, you have to book!

The Grotto

The Grotto

Explore the infamous Grotto at Bruce Peninsula National Park.

Lion’s Head Lookout

Hike Lion’s Head Lookout and get ready for out-of-this-world views.

Halfway Log Dump

Halfway Log Dump

Less crowded than the Grotto, but still as stunning, explore the Halfway Log Dump at Bruce Peninsula National Park.

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Little Cove Beach

Traverse the rocky shores, explore the shallow crystal clear waters or hike the Bruce Trail at Little Cove Beach.

Less Crowded Spots to Add to Your Itinerary

When these destinations are full and bursting at the seams, be sure to check out the countless other experiences Bruce County has to offer.

With 12 unique towns and dozens of communities in between, huge diversity of natural landscapes and a very long list of ways to have fun outdoors, Bruce County has you covered. The region is abundant with unbelievable landscapes, unmatched adventure and tons of hidden gems.

Go ahead, get off the beaten path. ⁠

Activities Within One Hour from Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park

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Remember to Explore Safely and Sustainably

Remember that parks, beaches and farms are carefully managed eco-systems, not just awesome Instagram backdrops.

Remember to reduce your environmental impact while still exploring and having fun. Let’s make every adventure count for our planet!

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