Top Attractions To See in Tobermory This Spring

With spring just around the corner, you might be getting antsy to take your vacation. In just a few short weeks, the weather will be warm enough for you to start planning your next big trip. Visit us at The Bruce Anchor for Ontario’s most exciting and breathtaking getaway. Located on the shores of The Bruce Peninsula and a short walk away from downtown Tobermory, The Bruce Anchor offers many one-of-a-kind attractions both natural and cultural. Here are a few of the top things to do and see in Tobermory this spring.

Hike Along The Bruce Trail

The Bruce Trail begins in Tobermory and winds throughout the area for almost 900km! The Tobermory region has the most spectacular views of the entire trail. Try hiking from the Halfway Log Dump to Cave Point—it’s a long journey, but the sweeping views will be well worth it, especially during the spring as the trees and new flower are just beginning to bud.

Visit Flowerpot Island

Flowerpot Island is named for the large tower-like rock formations created by erosion that line the coast of the island. At The Bruce Anchor, we offer glass-bottom boat cruises across The Bruce Peninsula, including a scenic tour of Flowerpot Island. Explore one of Ontario’s most interesting natural phenomenas in style with a glass-bottom boat cruise from The Bruce Anchor.

Try The Whitefish

Tobermory is known for its incredible whitefish. For seafood lovers, Tobermory is the number one location in Ontario for high quality whitefish. Try one of the many fish and chips restaurants in Little Tub Harbour for fresh Georgian Bay whitefish. Usher in the spring season with fresh and local Ontario cuisine!

There are a variety of things to see and do in Tobermory. At The Bruce Anchor, we offer spacious and scenic accommodations so you can fully relax and enjoy exploring the area. Get your spring started on the right foot with a visit to The Bruce Peninsula. Contact us today to book your stay with us this season at The Bruce Anchor.


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