The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park Statistics


What are the activities at The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park ?

Hiking


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Why choose a trail at The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park?

The Grotto is a natural wonder located in Bruce Peninsula National Park. It's a limestone cave that's been carved out by the waves of Georgian Bay. The cave is about 60 feet high and 100 feet wide, and it's possible to walk through it. The Grotto is one of the most popular attractions in the park, and it's a must-see for visitors.



What are the services on site?

No information available


Rate & open hour

Access fee $ 0.00
Schedule

From sunrise to sunset

Coordinates
45.2452292 -81.524182

What are the coordinates and address of The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park?

The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park
The Grotto, Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON N0H 2R0, Canada

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Starting Point

The Grotto is located in Bruce Peninsula National Park, which is about a three-hour drive north of Toronto. From Toronto, take Highway 400 north to Barrie and then Highway 11 north to Owen Sound. From there, take Highway 6 west to Wiarton. The Grotto is located about 10 km west of Wiarton on Highway 6.

Why visit The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park

The Grotto is a natural limestone cave located in Bruce Peninsula National Park. The cave is approximately 85 metres long and features a number of interesting geological formations, including stalactites and stalagmites. The Grotto is a popular tourist attraction and is well worth a visit for anyone interested in geology or nature.

Is The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario a good place for the whole family?

The Grotto is a great place for the whole family. There are plenty of things to do and see, and the park is beautiful.

Things not to be missed

The Grotto is a natural limestone cave located in Bruce Peninsula National Park. The cave is approximately 85 metres long and features a number of interesting geological formations. Visitors can explore the cave on their own or take a guided tour.

-Hiking the Bruce Trail

-Climbing the Grotto

-Swimming in Georgian Bay

-Fishing in the area

Where to eat?

1. The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park

2. Owen Sound

3. Sauble Beach

4. Wiarton

5. Tobermory




Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

Is the place are families friendly?

No

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

No


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