The lakeshores and vibrant woodlands of Bruce Peninsula National Park invite explorers of all ages. Adventurous visitors embark on guided scrambles over rocky Georgian Bay coastline. Throughout summer, families play and relax in the warm waters of Singing Sands Beach. Yurt camping amongst fall foliage is a wonderful way to unwind. And wildlife abounds within this vital biosphere reserve.


  • Reserve your parking space

    Bruce Peninsula National Park receives hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Parking must be booked in advance for the Grotto & Cyprus Lake area, and for Halfway Log Dump. 

  • ​Challenge the rugged beauty

    Located on the scenic Georgian Bay shoreline, this is a unique bouldering experience in a beautiful and remote setting!

  • ​Visitor centre

    Located in the town of Tobermory, this dynamic visitor centre is the hub for Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park.

All activities

Wildlife viewing Animal watching
Sea birds Bird watching
Rock climbing Mountain climbing
Dogs on leash Dog walking
Hiking Hiking
Lookout Lookout
Museum Museum
Photo Opportunity Photography
Snowshoeing Snowshoeing
Swimming Swimming
Back-country camping Backcountry camping
Camping Camping
Cross-country skiing Cross country skiing
Fishing Fishing
Notice board Interpretive trail
Motorboating Motorboating
Picnic area Picnicking
Theatre Theatre
Beaches Beach
Canoeing Canoeing
Bicycles Cycling
Geocaching Geocaching
Kayaking Kayaking
Mountain biking Mountain biking
Sea Kayaking Paddling
Base diving Scuba diving
Accommodation Stay overnight
Interpretation Tours and programs