Discover the best top things to do in Tobermory, Canada including Tobermory Wave Adventures, Cyprus Lake, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Fathom Five National Marine Park, Blue Heron Cruises, MS Chi-Cheemaun, Flowerpot Island Lighthouse, The Grotto, Flowerpot Island, Bruce Anchor Cruises.
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5.0 based on 125 reviews
Tobermory Wave Adventures is a local eco-tourism company passionate about what we do - interactive 2 hr boating cruises and custom charters within the breathtaking waters of the Fathom Five National Marine Park! Online booking takes only minutes to experience one of Canada's best kept secrets only hours from Toronto, with a company that cares about you. ! #RIDETHEWAVE
4.5 based on 132 reviews
Scenic lake located in the Bruce Peninsula National Park that offers both camping facilities and hiking trails.
Got a midday pass. Great hike options. Cliffs were very slippery with the intermittent rain and gave a few scary slides. View from the Cliffs of the unique lake water colors was amazing and worth the time
4.5 based on 737 reviews
When visiting Bruce Peninsula National Park, start your adventure at the Parks Canada Visitor Centre in Tobermory. Here you'll find information to help plan your visit including tips on where to go when the Cyprus Lake parking lots are full, activities for children, and recommendations on hiking trails. Don't forget the Visitor Centre also includes a natural history museum and just around the corner, a viewing tower and some great hiking trails. While you're at the Visitor Centre take in an Interpretation program. Other visitor attractions in the park include Singing Sands Beach, Halfway Log Dump with incredible views of limestone cliffs and boulder beaches, and of course the Grotto and Indian Head Cove near Cyprus Lake. Bruce Peninsula National Park also includes the popular Cyprus Lake Campground with 232 camp sites and 10 yurt accommodations. Please visit the park website for more information and links to the Parks Canada reservations website. July and August are extrememly busy times in the park so plan your trip accordingly and visit the park website for information on other attractions in the area, fees, hours, park regulations and safety tips.
Even though the park is beautiful for hiking and sight seeing, my favourite spot remains the Observation Tower, high above the forest, rewarding those who climb all the way to its top with an incredible view of the point where Huron Lake meets Georgian Bay, way on the far horizon.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
The Fathom Five Marine Park has amazing shipwrecks to visit. The move visited sweepsteaks is always a fun dive, especially with the City of Grand Rapids wreck a short distance off the bow. The visitors center has a small museum attached to it with some history of the marine park and I had the pleasure of walking through it last year. Unfortunately due to Covid it wasn't open this year. Highly recommend checking the welcome center our and supporting this treasure of a dive park
4.5 based on 423 reviews
One of Tobermory's longest running businesses - Blue Heron Cruises has been operating boat tours through Fathom Five National Marine Park for over 45 years. Cruise through the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay surrounding Tobermory taking in the vistas that include Big Tub Lighthouse and the Shipwrecks in Big Tub Harbour. Hiking trails, a historic light station, caves and the namesake Sea Stacks are waiting for you to explore on Flowerpot Island. Continuous departures from the bustling Little Tub Harbour daily (Seasonally and weather permitting).
4.5 based on 633 reviews
The M.S Chi-Cheemaun provides an excellent alternative to hours of highway driving and spectacular views of Georgian Bay. Gourmet Sunset Dinner Cruises are also available.
The last trip of fall for the MS Chi-Cheemaun ferry, which usually travels back and forth to South Bay Mouth, Manitoulin Island, is the Fall Colour trip from Tobermory to Owen Sound, where it is safely stored for the winter months. We took this trip, this fall. Getting up early, we hit the road around 7 am to arrive in Owen Sound for 9 am. Arriving close to 9, we were pleasantly surprised by the close parking availability, where we were to leave the car for the day, while we took a school bus from Owen Sound to the boat in Tobermory. Seemed like a nice day, but it changed once we hit the bay, Georgian Bay that is. The wind was up, the lake was roaring. Now I am not the most boat comfortable person, but I found the trip to be great, not to cold to be outside, and nice and warm, T-shirt warm in the boats lounges. For under $150. for 2, we enjoyed the trip, and the awesome buffet that was served in groups. They had a bar, with reasonable pricing, and an entertainer who kept us all entertained. They also have a spring trip. You have to register early to get tickets for this event, or you will be dis-appointed.
4.5 based on 243 reviews
My wife and I went for a trip here in the summer and stop at one of the local restaurants for lunch and then off to flower pot island. Well worth the trip here! Flower pot island was really nice to see and hike. We only came up for the day and thought we might stay for the night if we liked it, but unfortunately this is a really busy place during the summer and everything was booked up. So we later decided to comeback with our son and his girlfriend at the end of month and spend the night. This is a cool little town to visit and take the boat tours and visit flower pot island. Absolutely beautiful clear water with great tours to go on. But don’t let the colour of the water fool you it’s extremely cold! Make sure you Book your tours and hotel in advance if your thinking of visiting here
4.5 based on 1,207 reviews
The Grotto, in Bruce Peninsula National Park, is one of the top tourism attractions in Ontario. A shoreline sea cave with the beautiful blue waters, the Grotto is a unique natural wonder and memorable place to experience. It is also a very popular and busy location, especially during the peak season of July and August and on long weekends. At those times, the parking lot will fill up and you may not be able to access the Grotto.
Nature at its best ! Go early (8am in Fall) as limited parking passes are given for access to the grotto and Indian Head Cove from 8-12; 12-4; 4-8 Going early also allows you to enjoy the place without the crowds. The Georgian Bay Hike is the easiest way to get there from the parking spot -take the trail on the left of the information boards Views at the Grotto and the Indian Head Cove are breathtaking. Proper footwear advisable as it is rocky terrain and can get slippery after a rain. We look the Horse Lake Trail back -this is a challenging Trail and so worth it for the views! It is well marked but make sure you understand what the symbols mean to avoid getting lost
4.5 based on 686 reviews
A trip out to Flowerpot Island is a great way to experience Fathom Five National Marine Park. Private tour Boats leaving from Tobermory take visitors over shipwrecks and offer opportunities to see some of the islands in the park. Once you arrive at Flowerpot Island, visitors are treated to crystal clear waters, the Lighthouse Museum, trails, and of course the unique geology of the islands which includes caves and the famous Flowerpots. While you're on the island, remember: - Carry out all your garbage - Pack water and snacks - Don't climb the Flowerpots and remain on the designated trails - Take only pictures leave only footprints
Visited Flowerpot Island last month. We booked our trip through Blue Heron Cruise. We boarded 10:30 am Glass Bottom Boat to Tobermory.. On the way to the destination we visited ship wrecks and the Tobermory Lighthouse. Weather was very nice with crystal clear blue sea . I would recommend to take light jacket as the wind was a bit cold.. after reaching there you can check the map as is displayed there for various trails. We took the trail via Flowerpot Lookout to Lighthouse .. the views were beautiful and yes the place was less crowded as compared to other tourist places.. returning we took the jet boat ride which was just a 15 min ride.. but for those who have shortage of time you can opt for jet boat ride to and fro as you wont miss much even if u dont take the glass bottom ride
4.5 based on 328 reviews
DUE TO COVID-19 our sailing season will begin JULY 1, 2020 Our extremely unique and modern glass bottom vessels depart Tobermory on a regular schedule. Our tours operate during the spring, summer, and fall! Passengers are given an opportunity to view two 19th century shipwrecks, The Sweepstakes and The City of Grand Rapids, resting just a few feet below the surface. Following the shipwreck viewing, guests will pass by Big Tub Light House (1885). From there we cruise around Flowerpot Island passengers for a view of the magical scenery. This scenery includes the historic Flowerpot Light station, the light keeper’s homes, the Flowerpot rock formations and more. If you are planning to hike the island, we dock at Beachy Cove to allow allow passengers to disembark and explore the island on foot for a couple of hours. Stay Aboard cruises are also available.
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