Bruce Peninsula Trip Planner
Welcome to Bruce Peninsula!
Bruce Peninsula is located in the southeastern portion of Ontario, bordered by the mighty Lake Huron to the west and Georgian Bay to the north. The area's beauty and geographic diversity is mainly due to the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, which runs directly through the peninsula. Follow the rocky ridges of the Niagara Escarpment along a portion of the Bruce Trail, the oldest and longest hiking trail in Ontario, spanning over 800 km (500 mi). The trail offers magnificent views of local wildlife, waterfalls and lighthouses from its steep dolostone and limestone cliffs. Canoe, kayak or scuba dive through the islands and historic shipwrecks of Fathom Five Park National Marine Park. Bruce Peninsula National Park, and its many trails and beaches, offer a multitude of summer and winter activities. Bruce Peninsula's vast beauty has inspired a flourishing arts culture, and its picturesque villages and towns provide countless accommodation, dining, shopping and festival options.