Fathom Five National Marine Park
Dolomite, 420 million years old, rises through the sparkling waters of Lake Huron to form Fathom Five National Marine Park. This is a freshwater ecosystem of ancient rock formations, cliff-edge forests, fascinating dive sites on 22 shipwrecks, and orchid species both plentiful and rare. Visit for a day or backcountry camp on starry-skied Flowerpot Island—Fathom Five is equal parts mystery and recreation, ecology and culture—and a welcoming escape to nature.
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Parks Canada Visitor Centre
120 Chi sin tib dek Road
Tobermory ON N0H 2R0
Hours of operation
Closed for the season
Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list
Discover Parks Canada in 2018!
Parks Canada invites families to explore Canada’s most amazing destinations. Youth admission will be free starting January 2018. Save 20% on Family/Group passes until December 31, 2017.
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park beckons hikers to travel woodland trails, swimmers to refresh in clear waters, explorers to discover the rugged limestone coast and campers to revel at a stunning night sky.
Point Clark Lighthouse National Historic Site
Visit the Point Clark Lighthouse where waves still crash on the shore below. Walk beside the tall limestone tower, gaze up at its 12-sided lantern as you imagine its beams safely guiding Lake Huron sailors.
Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Swim in Lake Huron’s clear waters. Cycle wooded island trails. Hike paths that meander between ecosystems. Unwind at a cosy cabin. Welcome to an inspiring and beautiful place. Welcome to Georgian Bay Islands National Park.
Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site
Discover a newfound fascination with engineering along the Trent-Severn Waterway. This navigational wonder adds up to 44 locks, 104 operable dams and six heritage lockstations along a 386-km scenic string of canals and waterways.
Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site
A revered icon to China. A medical pioneer. A wartime hero. A political activist. Dr. Norman Bethune’s lasting worldwide influence is on display in a perfectly preserved Victorian-era home and interactive Visitor Centre.