Activities and experiences
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Notice: A fire ban is in effect across the Northern Bruce Peninsula, including Cyprus Lake Campground and backcountry sites in Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park. That means no campfires or open flames.
The rocky shorelines and vibrant woodlands of the Bruce Peninsula invite explorers and hikers of all ages. Venture out from your campsite or yurt to the rugged shoreline of Georgian Bay or visit the boardwalk trails of Singing Sands on Lake Huron.
Places to visit
Many popular locations in the park including the Grotto and Halfway Log Dump required planning and a reservation.
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.
Let staff help you plan your adventure in two National Parks and take in the view from the observation tower.
Camping and overnight accommodations
Things to do
Facilities and services
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