Bruce Peninsula

Welcome to the
Bruce Peninsula Section of the
Grey Bruce Escape Magazine

Explore the Bruce Peninsula’s vast undeveloped coastline by a guided tour. There are many places to stay along the coast that provide comfortable accommodations and stunning views. You can also visit the Kermadec Islands, which is beautiful spots to explore. The Bruce Peninsula has some of the most stunning beaches in Ontario.

This region is perfect for hiking, cycling, snorkeling, and whale watching, all of which make up one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Canada. Many visitors enjoy the Island Beaches which are considered to be the best on the west coast. There are many adventurous activities to enjoy while visiting the Bruce Peninsula. Most of the beaches have gorgeous views and provide spectacular scenery. Many of the beaches are wheelchair accessible, making it easy for people to get out onto the sandy beach. Some of the attractions on the Bruce Peninsula include Iron Ore Mining Tours, National Parks, Batik Watch, Archaeological Sites, Provincial Parks, Scenic Hikes, and Pembina Trails. You enjoy nature, hiking, climbing, and take photos of the amazing views and wildlife.

The North Cape is located in the north part of the Bruce Peninsula. There are several hotels in the area that offer guests great room rates, with exceptional accommodation features. The hotel offers breathtaking views of the island and overlooks the northern part of the North Cape. You can see lots of fantastic wildlife including elk, moose, and snow geese.