With 2 National Parks and recognized as a UNESCO World Biosphere the Bruce Peninsula is Natural Paradise!

Tobermory is located on the tip of the Bruce Peninsula! Tobermory is more than just a small town. With 2 national parks - The Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park - the area is surrounded by nature and nature wonders. 

Here is a list of just some of the fantastic things to do and see in and around Tobermory:

Flowerpot Island

Flowerpot Island TobermoryFlowerpot Island is part of Fathom Five National Marine Park, and is famous for the two rock pillars or sea stacks on its eastern shoreline. There are 4.3 kilometers of well marked trails that cover the east side of this 200 hectare Island and limited dockage at Beachy Cove for shallow draft vessels. If you would like to stay overnight there are six campsites, or "Friends of Fathom Five" volunteers can stay at one of the old light keepers residences. The Blue Heron V is a 16.6 meter vessel with glass bottom viewing and can accommodate up to 96 passengers. The cruise will transport you from Tobermory to Flowerpot Island. BOOK NOW

Visitor's Centre

VCLocated in the town of Tobermory, the National Park Visitor's Centre is a dynamic visitor centre is the hub for Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park.

Bruce Peninsula National Park

Bruce Peninsula National ParkDramatic cliffs rise from the turquoise waters of Georgian Bay. In large tracts of forest, black bears roam and rare reptiles find refuge in rocky areas and diverse wetlands. Ancient cedar trees spiral from the cliff-edge; a multitude of orchids and ferns take root in a mosaic of habitats. And the night is brilliant with stars in this Dark Sky Preserve. Welcome to the magic of Bruce Peninsula National Park

Singing Sands Beach

singingsandsThis huge sandy beach is named after the sound that occurs when the wind wistles through the sand dunes there. Singing sands beach is part of the Bruce Peninsula National Park and is located on Lake Huron.


Fathom Five National Marine Park

fathomfiveDolomite, 420 million years old, rises through the sparkling waters of Lake Huron to form Fathom Five National Marine Park. This is a freshwater ecosystem of ancient rock formations, grassy cliff-edge forests, fascinating dive sites on 22 shipwrecks, and orchid species both plentiful and rare. Visit for a day or backcountry camp on starry-skied Flowerpot Island—Fathom Five is equal parts mystery and recreation, ecology and culture—and a welcoming escape to nature. (from Parks Canada) More Info