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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

National Park
“Please note access to Bruce National Park is by Reservation Only. Please go to their website and follow links to reserve a 4hr timeslot to visit.”
  • 33 locals recommend
  • 2 Experiences
Scenic Viewpoint
“The famous Bruce Peninsula Grotto is one of the most visited natural attractions in Ontario. And it has become so popular in the summer months that the Park has created timed slots for visiting this area of the Park. But don’t let this dissuade you. Let it inspire you to hike to the Grotto in spring, fall or winter – all are equally impressive. But, how do you get to the Grotto? The best hiking route to the Grotto starts with the Cyprus Lake Trail. It’s calm and beautiful. Then take the Georgian Bay Trail to Indian Cove. Here you’ll begin a stunning stretch of scenic views of the crystal clear waters of the Bay. But the trail then becomes a bit of a scramble over rocks as you continue along the coast by way of the Bruce Trail. Not too far past Indian Cove you’ll find yourself overlooking a magical sea cave filled with blue-green waters. In the summer many climb down to swim in the cave. This is NOT advised as the tide and current can change quickly. And don’t let this be your finally stop before heading back. Continue along to Bolder Beach via the Bruce Trail and up the other side of the beach. Here you’ll find MORE epic views as well as Overhanging Point. After you’ve wrapped up your hiking along the Bruce Trail you can return back to your starting point via Marr Lake Trail.”
  • 17 locals recommend
“Ancient glacier formed 'flowerpots'. An absolutely gorgeous place to swim and grab a photo or two. Access by boat only from one of the tour companies in Tobermory. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
“small town grocery store, a little bit of everything and an artsy shop above the store”
  • 15 locals recommend
“My wife and I love going to the Tobermory Brewing Company. They have amazing food and quality craft beers which make for a great evening out. The best part is our cottage is located just a two minute walk away! ”
  • 21 locals recommend
National Park
“Check it out when you go to the park - breathtaking and rated top 10 best kept secrets.”
  • 10 locals recommend
“Throughout summer, families play and relax in the warm waters of Singing Sands Beach.”
  • 14 locals recommend
“Natures so fantastic! Hike to these unique caves high above the niagara escarpment looking out over Georgian Bay ”
  • 14 locals recommend
National Park
“One of the world's largest underwater museum's and dive spots. Check out one of the many ship wrecks by taking a glass bottom boat tour. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
“Lions Head Inn is a pub located downtown Lion Head. Stop in for pub fare and a drink.”
  • 12 locals recommend
“music, good food, fun atmosphere, even clothing for sale, bit of everything. music jam nights-Thursday approx 7:30pm to close!! liquor licensed.”
  • 14 locals recommend
“Great little gathering place. Casual dining. Enjoy the game in the bar or dine on the patio overlooking the harbor. Live entertainment on weekends TBA. Don't feel like dining in? Great take out menu available including pizza!”
  • 14 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
“Climb the stairs to get an eagle eye's view of the area. Check out the exhibits in the museum as well.”
  • 10 locals recommend
“Learn about the areas history and see artifacts from some of the areas iconic Shipwrecks. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
  • 6 Experiences
“Halfway up the Peninsula is a charming little village that is home to my favourite place for hiking on the Bruce Peninsula. At the edge of town you’ll find Lion’s Head Provincial Park. This 500 hectare park is home to one of the oldest and least disturbed forest ecosystems in North America. This is a great park for bird enthusiasts as well as view seekers. You’ll find a plethora of bird species throughout the park – especially in the spring. But what brings many here are the countless clifftop views of Georgian Bay and the Bruce Peninsula coastline. It’s also home to potholes – and I’m not talking about those pesky road hazards. These are geological potholes that were created and carved out of the rock by water after the last ice age. Trails through the park include the Bruce Trail and its side trails. But be mindful as, with any hiking on the Niagara Escarpment, the trails are very rugged, with roots, rocks, and sometimes rock scrambles. You can easily spend over 5 hours hiking through Lion’s Head Provincial Park. But the average is around 3 hours, from trailhead to a few of the epic views, and back.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Boat or Ferry
“Car and walk on Ferry travels between Tobermory and South Bay Mouth several times daily during spring, summer and fall. ”
  • 12 locals recommend