Tobermory is a harbor village located in the province of Ontario in Canada, on the Bruce Peninsula. Many of the businesses are open seasonally, from May to October. Tobermory is famous for being the “fresh water SCUBA diving capital of the world.” Take advantage of Tobermory’s location, right next to the Bruce Peninsula National Park and on a gorgeous freshwater lake, and immerse yourself in the glory of nature! With parks to visit, campgrounds to stargaze from, water to play in, and trails to hike, what are you waiting for?!
Bruce Peninsula National Park is located within the World Biosphere Reserve; it is home to longstanding cedar trees, crystalline waters, and a variety of habitats. The park is about 60 sq. mi. The Bruce Trail is Canada’s oldest, and Canada’s longest, trail; the footpath provides the only public access to the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Fathom Five National Marine Park is composed of 22 shipwrecks, as well as a number of historic lighthouses, and the park conserves the freshwater ecosystems. It is composed of various islands: Flowerpot Island,
Tobermory provides many accommodation options: bed and breakfast, cottages, inn, hotels, and campgrounds. There are four campground options which suit a variety of inclinations. Campgrounds within the Bruce Peninsula National Park offer yurts, swimming, fishing, canoeing, and hiking. Lands End Park campground offers hot showers, internet & phone, hiking trails, lake swimming, fishing, playground, boat launch, canoeing, and boat rentals. Summer House Park campgrounds offer lodge room rentals, cottage rentals, camping cabin, RV rentals, wireless internet, laundry, showers, rec hall, trails, lake swimming, fishing, tennis, shuffleboard, playground, boat launch, volleyball, basketball, billiards, ping pong, canoe, kayak, sailboat, paddleboat, and boat rentals. There are campgrounds for everyone.
While in Tobermory, take one of the Blue Heron Cruises in a glass bottomed boat and gaze at the 19th century shipwrecks while on your way to cruise Flower Pot Island.
Take the waters from Tobermory, and explore! With options for scuba and snorkeling, waterside dining, live music, museums, the marine park, and the lighthouses, you may need to come back often!
For more information:
7420 Highway 6
P.O. Box 250
Tobermory, Ontario, N0H 2R0