Lots of sightseeing, hiking, paddling, tubing opportunities – research recommended before you go. This is the visitor center at the southern end of the National Recreation area near I-80.
Seaside boardwalk and amusement park.
Bruce Peninsula National Park – 45 minute hike out to a scenic shore cave containing a pool of blue water. Parking space is limited and quickly fills up. A new reservation system for the 4 hour Grotto parking time slots allows you to plan your trip in advance.
Nice spots for a picnic, a hike, or a ride. Try Seven Lakes Drive and Route 106.
The second-largest park in the parks system boasts 31 lakes and reservoirs, 200 miles of hiking trails, three beaches, camping areas, and a network of scenic views and sites.
Popular roadside waterfall.
Great swimming hole and scenic rapids area of the Swift River. Restrooms.
12 waterfalls, rugged gorge, and great swimming hole
Beaches, boating, hiking, a fort, old missile bases, and a lighthouse.
Natural waterslide down a slippery rock waterfall.
Consult the tidal charts to find the best time to walk the ocean floor out to sea caves, caverns and arches.