Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada

Facilities and Services

Park Information and Exhibits are Available at the Visitor Centre

Luna Moth
Luna moth
© Parks Canada/ BP Collection

At the Cyprus Lake Campground Office (open May to October)

Access for persons with Disabilities

Bruce Peninsula National Park offers several accessible features including:

  • Accessible Campsites and Washrooms
  • TDD phone (519) 596-2283
  • All terrain wheelchair at Cyprus Lake Campground Office

Parking

There are parking lots for park visitors at Halfway Log Dump, Singing Sands and in Cyprus Lake Campground at the Head-of-Trails and the Day-use Area. VERY LIMITED parking (3 or 4 cars) is also available at the Bruce Trail access points on Little Cove Road and at the park's southern boundary.

These lots are very busy during the summer months, and campers are encouraged to walk from their sites to the trails, day-use area and amphitheatre.

Radio Frequencies

Parks Canada Weather and Activities Information channel is 90.7 FM. Other channels include:

C.B.C. (Toronto) : 98.7 FM

CFOS (Owen Sound) : 560 AM

CIXK (Owen Sound) : 106.5 FM

Local Community Services

The village of Tobermory, 11.2 km northwest of Cyprus Lake, provides medical services, stores, private campgrounds, lodgings, and groceries. The nearest pharmacy is in Lion’s Head.

Little Tub Harbour
Little Tub Harbour
© Parks Canada/ BP Collection

For more information, visit the Tourism Links page.