Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
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Bruce Peninsula National Park & Fathom Five National Marine Park
Address

7374 Codrington Street

Tobermory
Ontario

N0H 2R0

These two national parks are located at tip of the Bruce Peninsula in the geographic middle of Lake Huron.  They are known for stunning shoreline scenery, clean clear water and an expansive forest ecosystem which they protect.
Fathom Five has over 20 islands of which Flowerpot Island is the best known and can be visited by regular glass-bottomed tour boat excursions.  In Fathom Five there are numerous shipwrecks and, as a result, it has become one of the most popular scuba diving locations in Canada.
Bruce Peninsula ational Park is great for hiking as there are numerous short trails as well as the famous Bruce Trail which follows the shore cliffs in the park for 20 km.  This park has a 242 site campground at Cyprus Lake. 
A new national park visitor centre with exhibits, programs, viewing tower and trails was opened in August, 2006.  It is located on Coderington Street, a right hand turn as you drive into Tobermory.
Website:  see the Parks Canada website for more information on these two national parks.

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