Bruce Peninsula National Park

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One look at the turquoise waters, rocky coves, and underwater shipwrecks, and you might think you’re in the Caribbean instead of Canada. But Bruce Peninsula National Park has all of that, and more! This national park is situated along the Niagara Escarpment in southern Ontario, Canada and is 156 sq km of limestone cliffs, forests, wetlands, and beaches along the Georgian Bay. It’s one of the most popular national parks in Canada and is part of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Temperatures in the park vary throughout the year, but the park’s high season is summer. Enjoy the warm weather and hike through the park, kayak around the bay, visit the famous Grotto, or swim at the beaches. Due to the popularity of some hikes, parking reservations are required during the busy season. Plan ahead and make your reservations online before you arrive. Nearby Bruce Peninsula National Park is the harbor village of Tobermory. The town has shops, restaurants, and is next to Fathom Five National Marine Park, where you can see the Flowerpot Island sea stacks, 19th-century lighthouses and shipwreck dive sites.

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  • Spring 20-60 F
  • Summer 50-76 F
  • Fall 31-68 F
  • Winter 14-32 F
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Park Info
  • Adult: $8.5
  • Children Under 17: $0
  • Senior: $7.25
  • Family/Group: $16.75

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Bruce Peninsula National Park Hiking Trails

Bruce Peninsula National Park Hiking Trails

Many of the trails throughout Bruce Peninsula National Park are easy to moderate, although there are definitely a few difficult trails for those with experience. You’ll find a great variety of landscapes, from wetlands, to forests, to beach hikes. Many of the trailheads start at Cyprus Lake and spread out across the park. Be aware that some of the most popular hikes require advanced reservations during the busy summer months, so plan ahead and reserve your time slot online on the Parks Canada website.

Bruce Peninsula National Park Trails

Things to do Outside Bruce Peninsula National Park

Things to do Outside Bruce Peninsula National Park

While you’re visiting Bruce Peninsula, there’s much more to do than just visit the park. Head to the village of Tobermory to stock up on supplies, visit the brewery, or stop by the Parks Canada Visitor Centre. You can also take the Chi Cheemaun Ferry to Manitoulin Island. Or visit some of the other small and charming towns like Wiarton, Lion’s Head, and Sauble Beach. As you might guess, there’s no shortage of great beaches on the Peninsula. Head to Sauble Beach, the world’s second-longest freshwater beach and one of best beaches in Ontario. Or visit Oliphant Beach with its shallow water and long shoreline that makes it a great place for families. It’s also a popular destination for kite boarders. And don’t miss the Fathom Five National Marine Park. This park includes Flowerpot island, which has hiking trails, a historic lighthouse and unique rock formations known as “Flowerpots.” You can take a boat from Tobermory to the island. You can even scuba dive among the incredible 24 shipwrecks in Lake Huron or take a glass bottom boat tour around the island.




RV Resorts & Campsites in Bruce Peninsula National Park

Cyprus Lake Campground. Bruce Peninsula National Park has one campground for RVs, Cyprus Lake Campground. This campground is broken into 3 sections, Birches, Poplar and Tamaracks. Sites have a fire pit and a picnic table, there are also washroom facilities and showers at the campground. There are no hook ups or water at the sites, and RVs must be under 27 ft. Reservations are required and can be made on the Parks Canada website. Tobermory Village Campground. This campground is outside of the national park, but offers both 30 and 50 amp full hook ups and availability for big rigs. They have back in and pull through sites, as well as laundry facilities, a pool, a pond with kayak rentals, and even pedal go carts. Lands End Park. Another campground located a short distance from the national park, Lands End Park offers 15/30/50 amp hook ups and have both back in and pull through sites. They offer water and electric hook ups, but don’t have sewage at the sites. However they have a dump station and offer mobile pump out services. They also have washroom and shower facilities. They offer on site hiking trails and beach access for boating, swimming, and fishing.

RV Resorts & Campsites in Bruce Peninsula National Park

Campgrounds Near Bruce Peninsula National Park

Find the Best Dumpstations Near Bruce Peninsula National Park

Find the Best Dumpstations Near Bruce Peninsula National Park

An unglamorous but necessary aspect of RVing? Dump stations. Knowing where the best dump stations are near you will allow for more ease and less stress in your travels. Dump stations are an easy and convenient way to clear waste from your RV. Use our guides to find dump stations on your route, so you can get back to the good stuff – exploring, relaxing, and making memories on the road.

Dumpstations Near Bruce Peninsula National Park

How to get to Bruce Peninsula National Park

How to get to Bruce Peninsula National Park

Due to its location, Bruce Peninsula National Park is about a 4 hour drive from both Michigan and New York. From Niagara Falls in New York, take ON-407 to ON-10 and Hwy 6 N. Hwy 6 runs up the Peninsula to Tobermory and the visitor’s center. From Michigan, take Interstate 69 east to cross the border into Canada. Follow ON-402 to Lambton County Rd 7 and then onto ON-21 N in Lambton Shores. Take ON-21 north along the coast to Bruce County Rd 13 in Southampton and onto the Bruce Peninsula where you’ll get on Hwy 6 N to the park.