see below to learn about how construction in the park may affect your trip
As one of the largest federal custodians, Parks Canada manages a variety of real property and infrastructure assets. In these two parks, the infrastructure portfolio is wide-ranging and includes assets such as roads, bridges, buildings, trails, campgrounds, water and wastewater treatment facilities, visitor centre and operations compounds.
Parks Canada’s Federal Infrastructure Investment Program
Announced in 2015, Parks Canada is investing $3 billion over five years to rehabilitate infrastructure assets across Canada. Almost $16 million will be spent at Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park on these improvements.
This historic investment supports conservation while making our infrastructure safer and more appealing to visitors.
These projects are expected to continue until 2020.
Learn about the various projects with in Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park
- Information for those camping at Cyprus Lake or looking to visit the Grotto.
- This is a day-use beach area located on Dorcas Bay.
- Flowerpot Island is the only island in Fathom Five National Marine Park with visitor facilities.
- Halfway Log Dump is a day-use shoreline area off Emmett Lake Road.
- The entire site will be closed starting Sept. 5th as construction and restoration work proceeds through the fall and winter.
- Beachy Cove: Open. Construction of new arrival deck and dock areas ongoing until June 30.
- Lightstation Trail: Closed for the season.
- Cave Trail: Closed for the season.
- Camper dock: closed for the season.
Cyprus Lake & Grotto:
- Cyprus Lake Trail: Open. Construction ongoing.
- Cyprus Lake Road: Possible delays. Construction ongoing until May 31.
Halfway Log Dump and Emmett Lake
- Emmett Lake Road will be closed all day on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 for maintenance.
Thank you for your patience while these project are underway.
Please call the Visitor Centre for the most up to date information. (519) 596-2233 ext 0
For more information on infrastructure work in Bruce Peninsula National Park, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, subject: 'infrastructure'