As of April, 8, 2021 at 12:01 am, the Government of Ontario declared a State of Emergency and issued a Stay-at-Home order across the entire province. The Stay-at-Home order requires everyone to remain at home and only leave for essential purposes. More information can be found at Grey Bruce Public Health. We cannot wait to welcome you back to Bruce County, but now is the time to stay safe and stay at home.

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Singing Sands Beach & Trails
  • Welcome
  • Lots of parking
  • Singing sands
  • Cool trail
  • Take a hike
  • A great view
  • A great place to picnic
  • The washroom
Please note: Some business hours may vary due to COVID-19.

Singing Sands is a part of Bruce Peninsula National Park and is located on the Lake Huron shoreline approximately 10 km south of the town of Tobermory. Singing Sands has a small, natural (ungroomed) beach and picnic area. There is also a short boardwalk and trail that passes through rare fen and dune ecosystems, which are home to four species of carnivorous plants, orchids and rare plants found only in the Great Lakes region. 

There is a parking fee to visit Singing Sands. Singing Sands is a popular location and the parking lot fills up on most summer days and on every long weekend. Swimming is unsupervised and at your own risk. 

519-596-2233
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Free Admission
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