Visit Bruce Peninsula & Fathom Five National Marine Park, Canada
The Bruce Peninsula separates Lake Huron from Georgian Bay and is renowned for the magnificent coastal walking along the Bruce Trail.
At the northern tip of the peninsula lies Fathom Five National Marine Park which protects curious rock formations such as Flowerpot island. In this area twenty shipwrecks lie in shallow crystal-clear waters, popular with divers but also perfectly visible from glass-bottomed boats.
The little town of Tobermory is the departure point for the ferry over to Manitoulin Island whilst the old port of Owen Sound, the town at the foot of the peninsula, is a great place to stay while exploring the region.
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Places near Bruce Peninsula & Fathom Five National Marine Park
- Tobermory 7 miles away
- Manitoulin Island 52 miles away
- Killarney Provincial Park 61 miles away
- Port Severn 94 miles away
- Goderich and Lake Huron 103 miles away
- Gravenhurst 108 miles away
- Huntsville 114 miles away
- Haliburton 149 miles away
- Toronto 153 miles away
- Algonquin Provincial Park 155 miles away
- Niagara-on-the-Lake 183 miles away
- Niagara Falls 192 miles away
- Prince Edward County 228 miles away
- Ontario 239 miles away
- Pelee Island 245 miles away
- Ottawa 285 miles away
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Step back in time with a stay at Highland Manor, a stately house dating back to 1872. With period styling and an intimate atmosphere, it offers a tranquil stay in elegant surroundings.