National Parks

The Bruce Peninsula is home to some of the most breathtaking National Parks in Canada, including the completely unique Fathom Five National Marine Park and the stunning Grotto, which is found in Bruce Peninsula National Park. Adventure seekers from far and wide flock to these parks for an experience that is unlike any other.

Fathom Five National Marine Park

This unique national park is home to crystal clear waters, majestic rock formations, and an expansive history featuring shipwrecks and tales of adventure on the waters of Lake Huron. Divers, hikers, campers, and all other types of outdoor enthusiasts will find themselves surrounded by the unparalleled beauty of Fathom Five.


Visit the Fathom Five National Marine Park site for more information.

Where the clear blue waters of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay meet the distinctive rock and forest features of the Bruce Peninsula, you'll find the Grotto tucked away and waiting for your visit. This gorgeous sanctuary is a favourite of locals and tourists alike.


Be sure to visit the park website below to arrange for parking at the Grotto prior to your visit. There is limited access to the Grotto each day to help manage environmental impact and avoid crowding in this beautiful location.


Visit the Bruce Peninsula National Park site for more information.

Bruce Peninsula National Park & The Grotto