Lake Huron and Georgian Bay communities such as Pike Bay, Stokes Bay, Lion’s Head, Barrow Bay and Tobermory comprise Northern Bruce Peninsula where you’ll find the sunset coast of Lake Huron and the sunrise coast of Georgian Bay within easy reach of one another. You’ll be treated to a feast for the senses as the aroma of cedar drifts on the air and those crowning bluffs at Lion’s Head finally come into view.
Visitors to NBP will find a ton of opportunities to explore, both on-and-off Trail. Revel in the shimmering dark sky community or hike the bluffs at Lion’s Head. Take a glass-bottom boat tour and explore Flowerpot Island or visit the famous grotto of Bruce Peninsula National Park near Tobermory. Head out and scuba dive in the waters of Fathom Five Marine Park or stop at the Visitor Centre to enjoy a hike or take in the view from the lookout tower. Take on some of the most rugged hiking that the Bruce Trail has to offer in Bruce Peninsula National Park. Relax on the soft beach at Singing Sands. Sit down for a pint of locally brewed beer in Tobermory or savour some delicious fresh fish in Pike Bay. History buffs will find a lot of fare as well with a number of local lighthouses to find throughout the area.