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Muskoka is nice, but the Bruce Peninsula is Mother Nature at her finest—and still one of the best kept secrets in Southwestern Ontario. It’s a paradise for naturalists, photographers, fishermen and home to Fathom Five - Canada's first National Marine Conservation Area. The freshwater ecosystem contains some of the most pristine waters of the Great Lakes.

Adventurers can hike the Bruce Trail, play golf, scuba dive in deep and sparkling waters, or sail and admire our rugged coast along the western shore. Take in the village fairs, music festivals, dances and winter carnivals. In winter, hundreds of kilometers of groomed, well-marked snowmobile and cross-country ski trails await cold weather enthusiasts. The people of the Bruce will welcome you with warm smiles.

Wiarton, defined by the rugged limestone cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment, (a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve) is the Gateway to the Bruce and, of course, home to Wiarton Willie. Conveniently located less than 60 miles from Collingwood, Wiarton is your access point to endless enviro-friendly enjoyment.

Being similar to the distance between Toronto and Muskoka, the area is emerging as the alternative of choice. Seasonal and year-round residents in the Bruce say it’s the place to be.

Bruce County is located only 2 ½ hours northwest of Toronto. The ‘Bruce’ as it’s known locally is bordered by Lake Huron, Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment. There are over 850 kilometers (531 miles) of coastline to explore.

The Bruce has long been a destination for tourists. There are hundreds of miles of bike and hiking trails and some of the best snowmobiling in Ontario. Grey Bruce Snowmobile Trail Map.

Bruce County Travel Site
Official Travel Site of Bruce County

Bruce County Seal
Bruce County Website

Georgian Bay at WiartonWiarton, with its population of about 2,300 is the largest town in Bruce County, giving the whole region a distinctive rural feeling. The Bruce is where you want to be.

At the tip of the peninsula is Tobermory with a rich, mariner's history that continues to this day. Brimming with tourists in the summer Tobermory also has a strong and vibrant community in the winter months. Known foremost as the southern port of the MS Chi-Cheemaun, which plies the water between The Bruce and South Baymouth on Manitoulin Island, Tobermory has much to offer.

Between are hundreds of things to do and places to see. There are museums, resorts, quaint shops and dozens of Bed and Breakfasts. And, there is your new home, in Norburn Nest.

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