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BRUCE PENINSULA, SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY AND LAKE SIMCOE


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You can't beat the view from atop the highest point of the Escarpment. Tall trees stand guard between an endless expanse of water and sky. From hiking and bike trails to the windswept shorelines of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, there are brewpubs, vineyards, caves, cliffs, cafés and concerts to experience and discover. Enjoy fair rides or a ferry ride. Indulge in spas, shops or take in local art galleries and studio tours. Get out and hike, bike, fish, climb, zip, paddle, spelunk, soak, sample, savour, wander, wonder and explore the astonishing slice of paradise that's waiting for you in BruceGreySimcoe.

 

 

Bruce Penninsula, Southern Georgina Bay and Lake Simcoe sub-regions

BRUCE COUNTY

BRUCE COUNTY

Visually stunning, Bruce is an epic place to play. The Bruce Trail follows the Niagara Escarpment along sparkling Georgian Bay.  Discover the shorelines of Port Elgin, SouthamptonSauble Beach and Wiarton  - perfect for a fall stroll! Visit eclectic downtowns to explore shops, restaurants and pubs.

GREY COUNTY

GREY COUNTY

“Colour it your way” in gorgeous Grey. Hike the Bruce Trail, with some of this awesome footpath’s best vistas. Here are Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain, and Blue Mountain Village.

SIMCOE COUNTY

SIMCOE COUNTY

Simcoe County’s natural assets are just right for living and playing outside, with Lake Simcoe for fishing, boating and hiking. There are cycling trails galore here, scenic waterways and shorelines for paddling enthusiasts. It's a great time of year to get away - try a family resort!

Festivals and Events

Festivals and Events

Celebrate fall in all its glory at fun family festivals and events! Live music, fall fairs, food and drink make BruceGreySimcoe the ultimate fall festival destination.

Trails

TRAILS AND PADDLING

Discover the fall beauty of BruceGreySimcoe from a whole new angle — by water or on foot! Hike or paddle through vivid fall colours and along peaceful rivers, shorelines and small lakes through rural landscapes and unspoiled forests. No matter what your skill level, there is a trail or water route just right for you! Need a bigger thrill? Try a guided caving or rocking experience with a local outfitter.  They can help you with rentals, equipment, advice, routes and tips, too. 

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