A seldom-explored corner of the Bruce Peninsula National Park these lakes attract a variety of wildlife species and offer a unique experience to the avid paddler. On this half-day tour you may see species such as the mink, beaver, sandhill cranes and bald eagles flying above that make this special place their home. We get off the water and explore the shores and discover karst landforms characterized by surface pitting, glacial striations and sinkholes from when the glaciers once covered this land. Rare species of ferns and lichens have colonized this area and make for a interesting eco system offering a great place to learn and explore.
Shipwrecks of Tobermory
This half-day tour will be spent paddling and exploring the shores and natural inlets crystal clear waters while discovering the nautical and geologic history at the tip of the peninsula. The many shipwrecks that dot the surrounding waters here offer the paddler a great chance to explore and learn about the maritime past. With half a dozen visible shipwrecks you’ll discover remnants of steam tugs and fishing boats that once plied these waters. A great tour for the novice paddler and a chance to explore the peninsulas past and refine your boating skills.
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