Activities and experiences

Bruce Peninsula National Park

The rocky shorelines and vibrant woodlands of the Bruce Peninsula invite explorers and hikers of all ages. Venture out from your campsite or yurt to the rugged shoreline of Georgian Bay or visit the boardwalk trails of Singing Sands on Lake Huron.

Reservation launch dates

We're moving our reservation system to a new platform! You need to create a new account this year, even if you’ve used our system before. Launch day can be very busy, so be sure you prepare in advance.

See launch dates and times
How to prepare for launch day

Visiting in the fall and winter seasons

Bruce Peninsula National Park is in off-season operations from November 1 to April 30. Park facilities and services may be limited during this period.

Fall and winter camping

Reserve your Tamarack campsite or yurt in Cyprus Lake Campground this winter.

Places to visit

Many popular locations in the park including the Grotto and Halfway Log Dump required planning and a reservation.

Camping and overnight accommodations

Things to do

Wildlife viewing Animal watching
Beaches Beach
Sea birds Bird watching
Canoeing Canoeing
Rock climbing Bouldering
Cross-country skiing Cross country skiing
Bicycles Cycling
Dogs on leash Dog walking
Fishing Fishing
Geocaching Geocaching
Hiking Hiking
Kayaking Kayaking
Traction kiting Kite surfing
Lookout Lookout
Sea Kayaking Paddling
Photo Opportunity Photography
Picnic area Picnicking
Playground Playground
Snowshoeing Snowshoeing

Facilities and services

Accessible Parking
Accessible Facilities Accessible services
Accessible Toilet Accessible toilets
Camping Camping
Dogs on leash Dogs on leash
First Aid
Gift Shop Gift shop
Information Information
Interpretation Interpretation
Lookout Lookout
Toilet Composting toilets
Parking Parking
Pay parking Pay parking
Picnic area Picnic area
Picnic Shelter Picnic shelter
Playground Playground
Restrooms Restrooms
Interpretation centre Visitor Centre
WiFi Wi-Fi
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