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Couple visiting Tobermory during the winter
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Tobermory, Ontario

Where water and land meet sky. With its pristine turquoise waters, the Niagara Escarpments and the Bruce Peninsula National Park, you’ll see why it’s the 8th Wonder of Canada. Fathom Five National Marine Park is famous for its scuba diving. Take a glass-bottomed boat to Flowerpot Island or rent a SUP and explore the coastline. On land, delight in the numerous culinary options. Comb the village galleries and shops for treasures. Your first impression is breathtaking. Your last is unforgettable.

Winter in Tobermory, Ontario
Winter in Tobermory, Ontario

Where water and land meet sky, Tobermory is the place to be. Located at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, its pristine turquoise waters, few National Parks and variety of attractions, make it clear why it's the 8th Wonder of Canada. What better time to embrace the beauty of the escarpment while its covered in a white blanket of snow, contrasted against the clear blue water in the distance, than by atop the escarpment this winter!   Read More

Winter Hiking
Winter Hiking

The spectacular views along the Bruce Peninsula in winter are a sight to behold, but one that doesn't happen without the cold. A few seasonal considerations can help assure you are well prepared and warm enough to enjoy the trails in all their hibernal beauty. Read More

Astronomy on the Peninsula
Astronomy on the Peninsula

150 billion stars – one unforgettable weekend

Big city lights will be a faint glow in your memory as the peninsula darkness provides the perfect backdrop for a spectacular view our Milky Way. The stars seem to shine brighter here...find out why! Read More