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Bruce Peninsula, Halfway Log Dump, ON

One of the best spots in Northern Bruce Peninsula with crystal clear turquoise water, hiking trails leading to scenic Georgian Bay.

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Halfway Log Dump is located in Bruce Peninsula National Park on the Bruce Peninsula just south of Tobermory. Park itself  is home to an abundance of wildlife, including black bears, squirrels, deer, foxes, the massasauga rattlesnake, and over 40 species of orchids.

Access through Emmet Lake Road from Highway 6.
The hike from the parking lot to Half way Log Dump is 1 km,
Then you can hike in about 4.4 km west on the Bruce Trail to the Grotto, Takes about 3 hours. National Park parking fee of $11.70 applies.

If you are into bouldering then this is place for you to shrapen your skills.  

The National Park Visitor Centre located in the village of Tobermory, is the hub for Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park. You can get all the information you to need to plan your trip here.

Dont forget:

  • Climb to viewving platform near Info Center to overlook area from top. 
  • Overhanging Point : go west 

 

The key animal to be aware of is the Massausga Rattlesnake. This snake is also one of Canada's species at risk. These snakes are venomous.

Please ensure you don't disturb these snakes.


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Practice "LEAVE NO TRACE"

Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you'll visit, leave what you find, respect nature, enviroment and wildlife!

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