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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Adventurers overlooking a cliff in Bruce Peninsula National Park
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Bruce Peninsula

Featuring The Grotto, exciting hiking trails, and endless natural beauty, the Bruce Peninsula is one of our premier destinations, drawing travellers and explorers from all over the world to Bruce County. In order to have the best experience, here are a few things you need to know before you make the trek. 

Everything You Need to Know Before Visiting Bruce Peninsula National Park

Everything You Need to Know Before Visiting Bruce Peninsula National Park

Bruce Peninsula National Park is a popular destination for travellers around the world. It's important to keep up with everything you need to know before visiting the park to make sure you and your fellow adventurers have the best experience possible. Read More

The Grotto

The Grotto

The Grotto is Bruce County's most popular attraction, a bustling hot spot visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year. One of Mother Nature's crown jewels, its turquoise pool of water and intricate cave structures are mesmerizing! Read More

Bouldering on the Peninsula

Bouldering on the Peninsula

“Problems” are the paths climbers take to get to the top and each boulder may have many problems of varying difficulty. There are a few locations along the shoreline that are perfect for this sport. Read More