Local Attractions

Tobermory is located at the top of the Bruce Peninsula. Tobermory offers visitors fresh, clean air, gorgeous scenery, tranquil waters, and the darkest sky's in southern Ontario. Tobermory is almost surrounded by water - Lake Huron on one side and Georgian Bay on the other. It is a naturalist haven, having 2 national parks - Fathom Five National Marine Park and the Bruce Peninsula National Park - close by. Tobermory is renown for it's natural setting, it is a photographers paradise. There are miles of forest - with tall pines and cedars. The majestic cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment carves it's way into Tobermory along the Georgian Bay coast - there is nothing more breath-taking than standing on a rock outcropping - towering 200' above the sea green waters of Georgian Bay!

Tobermory Local Attraction Links

  • Guide to the Bruce Peninsula Best tourism website for the Bruce Peninsula and area
  • Welcome to Tobermory Chamber Of Commerce website
  • Tobermory Cruise Line “Exciting boat cruises to Flowerpot Island and The Grotto!”
  • G + S Watersports- Dive Shop Full service dive shop located Portside Center (7405 hwy 6 Tobermory).
  • On The Water Kayaks and Snorkeling – 53 Bay Street South, 519-596-2626
  • Tobermory Aquasports Dive shop, diving and fishing charters
  • Explore the Bruce Welcome to the Official Travel Site of Bruce County; one of the most spectacular all season destinations in Ontario!
  • Tobermory Marine for all your boating needs
  • Tobermory Weather Environment Canada, Tobermory's Forecast.
  • Rural Gardens of Bruce and Grey Counties Their network seeks to promote visits to many of the rural gardens of Grey/Bruce
  • Golf Tobermory Pro shop, restaurant/cafe, driving range and mini putt.
  • Hike the Bruce Trail  Information on the Bruce Trail conservation
  • Devil's Monument Lookout On the Bruce Trail south east of Tobermory Ontario is the Devil's Monument and lookout.
  • MS Chi Cheemaun The Owen Sound Transportation Company, dinner cruises and ferry service to Manitoulin Island.
  • Bruce Peninsula National Park In the heart of a World Biosphere Reserve, the 'Bruce' is a place of global significance. The massive, rugged cliffs of the park are inhabited by thousand year old cedar trees, overhanging the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay. The park is comprised of an incredible array of habitats from rare alvars to dense forests and clean lakes. Together these form a greater ecosystem - the largest remaining chunk of natural habitat in southern Ontario.