Located on Georgian Bay in Ontario Canada, is true diamond in the rough, the grotto of the Bruce Peninsula, Cyprus Lake. A beautiful lake, hike, and scuba diving paradise waiting to be explored on what is the perfect hike for a day trek activity.
A days walk will pass by the North-West of the peninsula, and is truly a sovereign hikers delight. Known famously as the Bruce Trail, the trek passes an abundance of caves along coastal cliffs. You will reach amazing blue-green waters to swim in if the temperature is right. You will easily find well hidden bays, which hold so much natural beauty you forget the modern technological world is so close by.
Swimming and Scuba
This is a place you know scuba diving and snorkelling is something else. The deep waters are aqua crystal clear and there are old ship-wrecks to explore around Georgian Bay. So crystal-clear are the waters, that rocks sit in depths of more than 50 ft drops (15.24 m) yet seem like they are within arm’s reach. The areas powerful landscapes hold so much grace, a grown man will drop to his knees. Especially on a sunny day with his swimming trunks on, in the water - Bombs away!
An awesome feature of the area is a variety of camping options. Pull-in-and-park-RV or tent camping options are available, along with open sites, areas with private high foliage, areas where music is permitted, and then areas where it is not. The camping area has been thought out well to accommodate everyone. If you bring alcohol there is an area for this, or choose the family friendly zones. There are also hike-in campsites and portaging all around the Bruce Peninsula.
If you are a person who is in love with outdoors experiences and find yourself in southern Ontario then you cannot miss the opportunity of walking the Bruce Peninsula. It is truly one of the best hidden gems in Canada.