Weekend Trip to Tobermory, Ontario

If you’re looking for a weekend trip from Toronto, Ontario, a visit to Tobermory is a perfect getaway. The landscape is gorgeous, the waterfalls are refreshing, the sunsets are stunning, and there's nothing better than relaxing in nature.
- Jun 2020 -

DURATION:

2 DAYS

TYPE:

SHORT CITY BREAKS

MAIN ACTIVITY:

HIKING

BUDGET:

$50

Durham Conservation Area

We stopped in the town of Durham for lunch and found this little park to set up our picnic.  


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Pottawatomi Conservation Area

We went searching for a waterfall and found Jones Falls.  It is very easy to reach the waterfall from the parking lot - it's just an easy 15 minute walk.  You’ll walk over a bridge and through a very well maintained wooded trail.  The waterfall is absolutely gorgeous. If you take your time you could carefully make it to the base of the falls. We didn’t go but saw others down at the bottom waving back to us. The sound of the water is so therapeutic – it’s a beautiful place to relax.


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Owen Sound

Owen Sound

We made another little rest stop in Owen Sound.  A perfect place to relax, stretch our legs and enjoy the water and the blue blue sky.


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Tobermory

Tobermory

The little town of Tobermory is on the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, dividing Lake Huron and the Georgian Bay. Little Tub Harbour is the focal point of the town.  It’s a pretty stroll around the harbour, with a few little shops and cafes closeby. Tobermory is a very popular destination for scuba divers because there are many shipwrecks in the area to explore underwater.


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Singing Sands Beach

This area is a part of the Bruce Peninsula National Park.  It's a cute little area with a small beach and a boardwalk to stroll on.


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Stokes Bay

We stopped here for a bit of fishing time.  Lots of fish caught and returned back to their home!


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Back Roads Ontario

As we were driving away from Stokes Bay toward the main road we ran into this adorable display of birdhouses.  


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