Bruce Peninsula National Park is a truly beautiful location. The steep cliffs, beautiful water, and rocky shoreline are truly inspiring, and as a dark sky preserve the park also offers some of the best stargazing in southern Ontario. If you’re lucky (and maybe suffering from insomnia) you may even get to see the aurora borealis here.
Unfortunately, the increasing popularity of the park is making it harder and harder to find real solitude there. While that can be tremendously frustrating for some, I am happy that more people are getting to enjoy this truly special place. And to be fair, if you’re willing to visit off season, or hike for an hour or more, you are more than likely to have the place to yourself.
This continues to be one of my favourite parks in Canada. Have a peek at the gallery below to see why I love this place.