Famous for its gorgeous shoreline and emerald waters, Tobermory sits at the Bruce Peninsula’s northernmost point. Board a scenic glass bottom boat cruise around the channel, rent sea kayaks or take a ferry to Manitoulin Island or Flowerpot Island from one of the two harbours.
Where is Tobermory?
The town of Tobermory sits at the very northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula. It is located roughly 100 kilometres from Owen Sound and about 300 kilometres, or approximately four hours’ drive, northwest of the Greater Toronto Area.
The surrounding region is best explored by car. Note that Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) chargers have been installed in the area at select local accommodations for visitors travelling in electric vehicles.
Tobermory can also be reached by boat, most notably via the MS Chi-Cheemaun which sails from Manitoulin Island from May to October.
Things to do in Tobermory
View shipwrecks from a glass bottom boat
Visit a historic lighthouse
Enjoy delicious tacos
Camp in a National Park
Explore the Grotto
Learn how to scuba dive
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Last updated: October 16, 2023