Located in the northern part of Bruce County, the BRUCE PENINSULA is bordered by the rugged cliffs and cool clear waters of Georgian Bay in the east and the sandy shores and warm waters of Lake Huron to the west.

Clear night skies that give way to thousands of stars, two National Parks, the greatest concentration of native orchid species in Canada and the oldest trees in eastern North America. It's no wonder that Bruce County is a part of the Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve!

Hike the Bruce Trail, Canada's Longest Footpath, as it is molded by the Niagara Escarpment. Luscious green forest, rocky outcroppings, cobble beaches and gigantic boulders. Climb the lookout tower at the Parks Canada Visitor Information Centre for a spectacular view over Georgian Bay, as far as the eye can see! Test your skills at one of the four Mountain Bike Tracts or relax with the family at nearby Sauble Beach – the world's second longest fresh water beach! Visit one of the lighthouses still protecting the boats along the coastline or climb aboard a glass bottom boat for a tour of Fathom Five National Marine Park and Flowerpot Island.

Explore the Bruce on the Georgian Bay Coastal Route, the natural place for you to explore!