Bruce Peninsula cottage rentals lie scattered across Ontario’s southwest, nestled among the Caribbean-blue waters of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.
As the home of Fathom Five National Marine Park, which has 22 ship wrecks and some of the most pristine waters of the Great Lakes, the Peninsula is a popular scuba diving and snorkeling destination. Nearby, sunbathers and swimmers will enjoy Sauble Beach, which at 11 kilometres long is the second longest freshwater beach in the world.
Home to Bruce Peninsula National Park, MacGregor Point Provincial Park, and the Bruce Trail—Canada’s oldest and longest footpath—the Bruce Peninsula lends itself perfectly to outdoor adventure. Hiking, cycling, mountain biking, rock climbing, and horseback riding are popular activities in the summer, while cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and dog sledding are favourites come winter. The region is also a preferred destination for anglers and water sport enthusiasts, who take to the waterways for on boats, canoes, and kayaks.
Dotted with fruit orchards and vineyards, the area is also noted for its burgeoning food and wine scene, and has become a gourmet getaway destination. The region plays host to an array of annual events, including the Bruce Peninsula Orchid Festival and Wiarton’s Groundhog Day, which entertain locals and visitors alike.
The Bruce Peninsula offers natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions, and at just three hours northwest of Toronto it is a popular place to rent a cottage in Ontario.+ More