Explore the Bruce Adventure Passport

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Tobermory Digital Bonus Stop
Tobermory, Ontario

Flowerpot Island, Bruce Peninsula National Park, and glass bottom boat tours – what do all of these have in common? They’re all near the Tobermory Digital Bonus Stop! Find this stop at the sweetest part of town, hint – it’s on Bay Street. Take a step indoors for a tasty treat or grab a fresh cup of coffee next door before hitting some of the local sights.

Here are the top five things to do while you’re in Tobermory!

  1. Glass Bottom Boat Tours: take a cruise into Fathom Five National Marine Park to visit shipwrecks, the famous Flowerpot Island and soak in the stunning views of the North Channel between Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. A glass bottom boat is the best way to see shipwrecks without putting on a dive suit! No trip to Tobermory is complete without this experience so be sure to book ahead with Bruce Anchor or Blue Heron Cruises.
  2. Bruce Peninsula National Park: Take a walk down Head Street, just behind the Princess Hotel and get onto the path leading to the Bruce Peninsula National Park Visitor Centre, where you can find out about the park. Don’t forget to climb the 65-foot lookout tower, each step brings you closer to one of our favourite views! This stunning park is filled with amazing views and with the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment running through it, that’s no surprise. Following the coast of Georgian Bay, it’s a natural spot to gravitate to if looking for views of turquoise blue waters and the dramatic drops of the Niagara Escarpment. 
  3. Little Cove Adventures: for the daredevil in every family, try out the high or low ropes courses at Little Cove Adventures by Little Tub Bakery on Highway 6. Filled with different aerial challenges of swinging tires, crossing wood planks, wood poles, and many more – why not accept the challenge and see how far you can get! Once you’ve completed the course, make a pit stop at the bakery to celebrate!
  4. Big Tub Lighthouse: built in 1885, and automated in 1952, this lighthouse still plays an important role to this day, guiding boaters into the harbour. As one of the more accessible lighthouses, grab some food and have a picnic along the shoreline, relax as the boats come in and leave, watch as the Chi-Cheemaun captain expertly maneuvers in and out of the docking station or just soak in the sun!
  5. Scuba Diving: see what’s under the surface and explore an underwater wonderland filled with shipwrecks, caves and other incredible sights as you swim in these unbelievable waters! Rent equipment, register for certification or training, or go snorkeling with Diver’s Den or GS Watersports this summer.

Don’t forget to stop in to eat at one of the fabulous restaurants in Tobermory, or step into the shops lining the streets and make this Tobermory trip an unforgettable memory! 

18 Bay Street
Tobermory, Ontario, N0H 2R0

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