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Know before you go.

We want your Bruce County adventure to be the best it can possibly be. As you plan your trip, use the available resources so that you come prepared to explore safely, see everything on your list and understand the permit or booking requirements at certain national and provincial parks to avoid disappointment.

There’s a lot to do and see here! Maps and Guides can help you see the distances  between towns in Bruce and make the best choices for you and your family when you visit. 

The hiking in Bruce is world class (we have Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath after all) but trails vary in degrees of difficulty and accessibility – Hiking Preparedness will help you determine the best hiking options for you. 

Like you, lots of other people from around the world are looking forward to exploring the magic here, so in many cases, booking ahead is imperative. Book & Look will help you understand reservation requirements in Bruce Peninsula National Park so you can secure your spot. 

And finally, spend a bit of time on this website. It’s the ultimate resource. You’ll discover new things about Bruce County. You may even be drawn to reconsider your itinerary to include more countryside markets, more river exploration, or more lighthouse marveling. 

Happy travels.