Plan your visit

Bruce Peninsula National Park

At the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, which divides Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, sits Bruce Peninsula National Park. This popular southern Ontario destination for hiking and camping is located about four hours from Toronto. With many access points such as Cyprus Lake, Singing Sands, Halfway Log Dump and the Visitor Centre, make sure to plan ahead and make a reservation.

Hours of operation

Visitor centre and campground office hours of operation.


Make a reservation for campsites, yurt and parking.

Places to visit

Locations within Bruce Peninsula National Park.

Camping and overnight accommodations

Cyprus Lake campgrounds, yurts, backcountry, group and winter camping.


Daily visitor fees, camping and parking fees, and more. Free admission for youth.


Accessible trails, camping, facilities and experiences.

Parks Canada Shops

Pick up some official Parks Canada merchandise during your visit!


Seasonal and local weather, and trends

Local attractions and tourism

Community services, tourism information.

How to get here


Visitor Centre:
120 Chi sin tib dek Rd,
Tobermory, ON
GPS: 45.257412 N, 81.655633 W

Cyprus Lake area
(Campgrounds and Grotto)
Cyprus Lake Road,
Tobermory, ON
GPS: 45.225937 N, 81.524772 W




How to get here

Bruce Peninsula National Park is located 300 kilometres from Toronto, Ontario. Access the park via all-season highway.

The park is accessible from the south along Highway 6 or from the north via Owen Sound Transportation Company MS Chi-Cheemaun, which operates during the spring, summer and fall.

Facilities and services

Accessible Parking
Accessible Facilities Accessible services
Accessible Toilet Accessible toilets
Camping Camping
Dogs on leash Dogs on leash
First Aid
Gift Shop Gift shop
Information Information
Interpretation Interpretation
Pay parking Pay parking
Picnic area Picnic area
Picnic Shelter Picnic shelter
Playground Playground
Restrooms Restrooms
Interpretation centre Visitor Centre
WiFi Wi-Fi


Safety and guidelines

Important bulletins, weather, seasonal safety, park regulations.

Commercial operators and large buses

Parks Canada welcomes large groups and tour companies wanting to visit the Grotto or the Parks Canada Visitor Centre in Tobermory.

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