The Bruce Peninsula
The Bruce Peninsula, home to thousand-year-old trees of the protected forests, majestic cliffs, and white sandy beaches, remains the largest area of natural habitat in Southern Ontario. The “Bruce” is located on the western edge of Ontario, approximately 340 km N of Sarnia, and 300 km NW of Toronto. Approximately 10-15km in width, the “Bruce” sits in between the shores of Georgian Bay to the East and Lake Huron to the West. Miller Lake, an inland lake in the center of the Bruce Peninsula, is small enough to kayak along the shores in search of wildlife, but large and calm enough for superb water skiing and sailing. Miller Lake is the perfect central location for enjoying all that the Bruce Peninsula has to offer. From the wide variety of year-round outdoor activities, to the charming villages dotting the shores of the Bruce Peninsula, there is something for everyone!