Explore the most popular trails in Bruce Peninsula National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Bruce Peninsula National Park is on the waters of Georgian Bay. Here you will find steep cliffs, ancient cedar trees, wetlands, and a wide variety of wild life including reptiles and black bears in addition to delicate flora like ferns and orchids. The park is a large part of UNESCO's Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve. ADMISSION FEES: Daily Adult $ 7.90 Senior $ 6.90 Youth under 17 free Family/Group $ 16.00 Commercial Group, per person $ 6.90 Annual Early Bird Adult $ 32.05 Senior $ 28.04 Youth under 17 free Family/Group $ 64.18 Annual Early Bird (April 1st to May 31st) Annual Adult $ 40.06 Senior $ 35.05 Youth under 17 free Family/Group $ 80.23 Parks Canada Discovery Pass Adult $ 69.19 Senior $ 59.17 Family/Group $ 139.40 Bruce Peninsula National Park is open year round. For Visitor Center hours see here: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/bruce/visit/heures-hours

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snow
1 month ago

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icy
snow
2 months ago

Great winter hike. If you park in Lot 2 you’ll go through some flooded areas along the trail. You can get closer in the winter to the trail head than lot 2. We figured that out after the hike. We went clockwise and tried the “Horse Lake Trail” back to the car. It seems it goes along the water shore and the water was way high. So we sort of blazed our own trail until we got away from the water a bit. Very very ice on the rocks around the Grotto. Take extra care and wear well traction shoes/ boots.

Très fréquentée et assez facile, mais les vues sont très belles (sauf sur la plage, il faut de bonnes chaussures). A faire quand on passe par la péninsule Bruce ! Seul hic : trop de monde, tout le temps...

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rocky
6 months ago

Beautiful views! Definitely wear good shoes or hiking boots as it is very rocky and unstable at the beach.

on Cyprus Lake Trail

6 months ago

If you go clockwise the trail begins easily. You need to watch your feet with tree roots and rocks so need good shoes.

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rocky
6 months ago

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muddy
rocky
6 months ago

Good mix of conditions, from rocky to flat winding sections

Amazing coming back next year. A must do !!

hiking
7 months ago

Amazing !!! First time to Bruce Peninsula and already am planning next summers trip!! A must see for everyone !!!

You could spends hours here!! Great hiking with beautiful views along the way

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rocky
7 months ago

Beautiful trail. We started on Horse Lake Trail, then the Grotto Caves, and then this one on our way back. The caves are spectacular but very cold water to swim in! Be prepared lol.

Magnifique avec la récompense de grotto et indian head cove pour se baigner !

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rocky
scramble
7 months ago

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8 months ago

A great option to expand on the Georgian Bay Marr Lake trail.

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rocky
8 months ago

Wear good shoes for the rocks! Not one you can do in sandles.

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muddy
8 months ago

I really enjoyed this trail around Cyprus Lake in the Bruce Peninsula National Park! It’s a pretty easy trail with beautiful views. It had rained while we were there so it was a little muddy and near the end was a bit of bog so we had to off road it to avoid a big mess, but it was fun nonetheless!

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muddy
8 months ago

We had a great time on the trail this past spring. It was a cool and wet weekend, so this trail had a bit more mud than the others we hiked. If walking counter clockwise, don’t follow the hydro poles when you see them - head into the forest to the left to stay on the trail. There’s a small bridge further ahead to cross the water. You might think you’ve missed it as it will look like you’ve reached the end of the lake already, but as long as you go left (closer to the lake) of the poles you will find it. Alternatively, walk this trail clockwise and it will be less confusing. The far side of the lake wasn’t well marked, but follows near the shoreline.

road biking
9 months ago

Biked along this trail while camping! Great views, a little bumpy with a bike. There are a few spots that are on a wooden walkway and openings to the lake. I will definitely be coming back.

Trail was great, a bit rocky in several spots but to be expected along a rocky shoreline. Views incredible, especially the Grotto! We picked the right time to be there as it will get very crowded in the next few weeks.

This trail was great! We saw several snakes, eagles, spiders and frogs. =) the lookouts and the views are fantastic. You have to buy a ticket for the national park (around 11 dollar for two with car). Don’t forget to reserve in high season - unfortunately max 4 hours starting 8am, 12 and 4pm.

Good, little traveled trail.

we were both shocked at how blue the water was. The entire coast was absolutely stunning!

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