Bruce Peninsula National Park
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There are many private campgrounds along highway 6. Bruce Peninsula National Park itself has a large campground, too. The national park campground is located next to Sunset over Dorces Bay, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario, Canada lake and many of the trails of the park connect to here. From the campground, it is abount a 20-30 minute hike to the Georgian Bay with its stone cliffs. The national park campround clearly benefits from its location and its nice campsites, as the facilities are fairly primitive. Moreover, there are two backcountry campsites in the park for which you need an overnight permit. Note that Bruce Peninsula is black bear country so you need to take appropriate precautions when storing your food.
There are also a number of motels in Tobermory and along highway 6. Tobermory is a very small village with restaurants, small grocery stores, diving shops, gift shops, and the like.
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