Bruce, Grey and Simcoe
Discover the wonders of one of Ontario’s favourite four-season playgrounds. Whether you’re looking for adventure in the form of ski hills or scuba dives, or interested in relaxing at a beach, campground or resort, Bruce, Grey and Simcoe has it all.
From shipwrecks in Tobermory Harbour to the sun and sand at Wasaga Beach, mysterious caves, apple orchards and Bruce Peninsula National Park, you’ll find an endless array of activities just a few hours from the GTA.
History buffs will enjoy the many museums in the region, including historical re-enactments at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons.
Where is Bruce, Grey and Simcoe?
Also called the Georgian Triangle, Bruce, Grey and Simcoe counties stretch from Lake Huron’s east shore, along southern Georgian Bay, to the north end of Lake Simcoe. Key cities in the area include Owen Sound, Collingwood and Barrie.
One of the region’s prominent features is the Bruce Peninsula. It stretches from Owen Sound to the town of Tobermory, or “The Tub” as it’s known locally.
Things to do in Bruce, Grey and Simcoe
Explore a national park
Make it a beach day
Rent a jet ski, go for a swim, grab an ice cream and catch a world-class sunset—there are so many fun things to do in Sauble Beach, an 11-kilometre stretch of white sand along Lake Huron.
Step back in time
Follow the Apple Pie Trail
Cities and towns in Bruce, Grey and Simcoe
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Points of interest in Bruce, Grey and Simcoe
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Last updated: August 23, 2023