28 September 2017

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Experience Nature on Georgian Bay

Experience Nature :: Caving

Hike to the Grotto - Bruce Peninsula National Park

The famous 'Grotto', a natural sea cave can bee viewed along the main looped trail at Bruce Peninsula National Park.  The coastline within the park provides visitors with extraordinary views of the Niagara Escarpment and Georgian Bay shoreline.  Parking and day use fees apply.

Please note:

The hike to the Grotto takes roughly 30 minutes along the 1 km Georgian Bay Trail or 50 minutes from Parking Lot 2. Although the trail to the shoreline is hard packed, the shoreline itself is rugged uneven limestone, while the decent into the grotto involves climbing down 40ft over a rocky open cliff.

Additionally, during the summer months, parking to access these sites fill to capacity regularly, resulting in visitors being denied access. There are several other destinations and activities to explore when the parking lots are full.

469 Cyprus Lake Road, Tobermory

T. 519-596-2233 / 519-596-2263


Grotto Bruce Peninsula National Park

Tobermory, Ontario, Canada Credit: izfo
Grotto Bruce Peninsula National Park

Grotto Bruce Peninsula National Park

Bruce Peninsula National Park

Bruce Peninsula National Park

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