The Bruce Peninsula is a playground for nature lovers of all ages, and is a place to immerse yourself in unspoiled natural beauty. On the Bruce, you will be surrounded by wildflowers, and wildlife such as Loons, Great Blue Heron, and even Black Bears. From high above along the Niagra Escarpment Cliffs, to the protected forests, to the glimmering waters of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, The Bruce Peninsula is sure to captivate and draw you back year after year.
- Miller Lake: Perfect calm water for swimming, canoeing, sailing, water skiing and jet skiing. Flat paved, wooded roads surround the lake, which are great for walking and biking.
- Bruce Trail:
- Hiking, Biking , Snowmobiling, Cross Country Skiing
- Bruce Peninsula National Park
- Approximately 14 km from Cottage
- Myles Bay Beach and Black Creek Provincial Nature Reserve
- Singing Sands Beach and Dorcas Nature Reserve
- Sauble Beach
- Dog Sledding
- Corner Stone Golf Course
- Boat Tours of Shipwrecks and Fathom Five Islands
- SCUBA and Snorkel the Shipwrecks in Georgian Bay
- Chi-Chimaun Ferry to Manitoulin Island
- Cabot Head Lighthouse
- Star Gazing
- The Bruce boats the darkest skies in Ontario, where the Milky Way lights the night and The Northern Lights often grace the sky.