Bruce Peninsula National Park

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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.

Cyprus Lake Campground[edit]

Cyprus Lake offers 242 campsites in three campgrounds. Birches, Poplars and Tamarack. Each site provides a fireplace and table, and there are water taps and toilets near all sites. There is no electricity.

Stormhaven and High Dump[edit]

Within the Bruce Peninsula National Park, there are two back country campsites accessible by foot only, along the Bruce Trail. These sites provide a true nature experience in the beauty of the Niagara Escarpment and Georgian Bay.

Driving Directions[edit]

From Kitchener[edit]

  • Drive North on Highway 85 (Conestoga Parkway towards Elmira.)
  • Turn Left to remain on Highway 85 (Also called Listowel Road. Before entering Elmira. Petro Canada gas station.)
  • Turn Left onto Highway 86 (North)
  • Turn Right onto Highway 12 (North. Heading towards Arthur.)
  • In Arthur, Briefly turn Right onto Highway 109(9).
  • Turn Left onto Highway 6 (North.)
  • Continue North on Highway 6 all the way to Cyprus Lake Road.
  • Turn Right onto Cyprus Lake Road and drive to Office.


  • As long as you can stay on Highway 6, you will be fine.
  • If you end up on Tobermory, you went too far, but only by about 15 minutes.
  • The last very small town before Cyprus Lake is Miller Lake.

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