Explore the Bruce Adventure Passport

Stop 1 - TruFood Cafe
Lion's Head, Ontario, Canada
  • This mother - daughter team showcase mouthwatering food alternatives for all sorts of dietary restrictions

Time: 15 Minutes

Level: Easy


Clue: This health forward cafe can be found off the only road to go from Wiarton directly to Tobermory

TruFood Café is a health conscious restaurant featuring Vegan, gluten free, Paleo and Keto options. Try out one of the weekly lunch specials, grab a smoothie, or satisfy that sweet tooth with a delicious, home baked goodie. Run by a mother-daughter team, this restaurant is right off Highway 6 - the perfect stop for that cup of coffee or meal to get you through the last leg of your journey up the Peninsula!

Heading north from here will bring you to Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park, but before you get there, there’s so much more to see in the area! The Lindsay Tract is an amazing mountain bike tract, but it also has walking trails and a lookout tower. Black Creek Provincial Park features 9.4 kilometers of trails and Sandy Beach – could it be the perfect picnic spot for takeout from a certain Adventure Passport restaurant?

Reminder for those heading up to the Grotto that the Bruce Peninsula National Park is enforcing the parking regulations that have been in place for the past few years – if you are not familiar with these changes we encourage you to visit: Grotto Parking Information



3677 Highway 6
Lion's Head, Ontario, N0H1W0