Bruce County & Lake Huron Cottage rentals

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Bruce County & Lake Huron vacation rentals, cottages & more!

Bruce County & Lake Huron is located only 2 hours from Toronto and is one of the most popular cottage country destinations in Ontario. Bruce County & Lake Huron cottage rentals and bed and breakfasts make for the best accommodations from which to experience the region’s beautiful 850km of beaches and hiking trails.

There are many activities that you can enjoy in the area including, hiking, swimming, relaxing at the beach, biking, nature watching, and enjoying gorgeous sunsets. Private cottage rentals in Sauble Beach or Tobermory and bed and breakfasts in Owen Sound or the Bruce Peninsula are among the most popular choices among travelers.

Browse our large selection of cottage rentals and and bed and breakfasts in Bruce County and the Lake Huron region to find the perfect accommodation for your trip to this special Ontario cottage country area.

Known for it's Caribbean-turquoise waters and home to the world’s second longest freshwater beach and the famed 'Grotto', Bruce County offers cottage rentals along the colourful shores of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.

Located in the southwest part of the province, Bruce County encompasses Fathom Five National Marine Park, Canada’s first national marine conservation area, which provides some of Canada's best scuba diving and snorkeling. Also in the region is Bruce Peninsula National Park, one of southern Ontario’s largest protected areas that forms the core of UNESCO's Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve. The Park, which includes the Bruce Trail - Canada’s oldest and longest footpath - is a hiking, biking, rock-climbing and paddling hot-spot in the summer. Come winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular pastimes.

Dotted with fruit orchards and vineyards, the area is noted for its burgeoning food and wine scene, and has become a gourmet getaway destination. The region also plays host to an array of local events and festivals, including Port Elgin’s Pumpkinfest and Wiarton’s Groundhog Day.

Just a three hours’ drive northwest of Toronto, Bruce County’s stunning scenery makes it one of the most popular places to rent a cottage in Ontario.