Rural Gardens of the Bruce Peninsula

From Wiarton to Lion’s Head, this route criss-crosses the Bruce Peninsula taking you on a trip to discover the vibrant and unique plant life waiting to be found in this breathtaking region.

Route

Start Point: Wiarton

End Point: Lion’s Head

Key Points

Distance: 36km

Days: < 1 Day

Surface: Fully Paved

Good For:

Bird watchers

Beginning in Red Bay, our route starts at Earthbound Gardens where you will be surrounded by peace, tranquillity and a wide variety of perennials, this is the perfect first stop to begin your journey!

From there, the route crosses east through the middle of the peninsula toward Rural Rootz, with four mystical gardens for you to stroll through and learn about while taking in the beauty.

A little father up the Peninsula, it’s off to Bird’s Nest Garden Farm to finish off your garden tour, where you’ll be able to see the different types of flowers and plants that grow in this unique topsoil. Following a green thumb protocol, they have many different vegetables, herbs and ornamentals grown on site as well as an “off-grid” house made of raw materials – perfect for plants and people!

If you want to learn more about rural gardens in the region, check out the Rural Gardens of Grey and Bruce Counties.