Bruce Peninsula National Park

About four hours north of Toronto, you’ll find the Bruce Peninsula National Park, where dramatic cliff formations appear to rise from the turquoise waters of the Georgian Bay. Between the rocky bluffs, rare orchids, 1,000-year old cedar trees and wetlands, the park is made up of a mosaic of unique habitats, whereas scenic sites such as the Little Cove, the Grotto and the Singing Sands are some of the most picturesque sites in all of Ontario.

Roughly four hours north of Toronto, you’ll find the Bruce Peninsula National Park, where dramatic cliff formations appear to rise from the turquoise waters of the Georgian Bay. Between the rocky bluffs, rare orchids, old-growth cedar forests, and wetlands, the park is made up of a mosaic of unique habitats. Around the park, scenic sites such as the Little Cove, the Grotto, and the Singing Sands are some of the most picturesque sites in all of Ontario.

About four hours north of Toronto, you’ll find the Bruce Peninsula National Park, where dramatic cliff formations appear to rise from the turquoise waters of the Georgian Bay. Between the rocky bluffs, rare orchids, 1,000-year old cedar trees and wetlands, the park is made up of a mosaic of unique habitats, whereas scenic sites such as the Little Cove, the Grotto and the Singing Sands are some of the most picturesque sites in all of Ontario.

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