The Bruce Peninsula is framed on either side by the crystal blue waters of Georgian Bay and its parent water body: Lake Huron. Its beauty rivals coastal zones of the Caribbean. Its cold waters and shear size make ideal habitat for freshwater aquatic life. On land this region houses more species of Canadian reptiles and amphibians than anywhere else in the country. With gorgeous provincial parks, sunken shipwrecks and high cliffs for climbing, the Bruce Peninsula is easily one of Ontario's best kept secrets.
Long Point is a World Biosphere Reserve that stretches far into Lake Erie. It is shaped by glacial moraines and sand dunes and is a globally renowned birding destination. During the heat of the migration, visitors have reported seeing thousands of birds overhead as they follow the ebb and flow of our changing seasons. Long point possesses a wide number of habitat types which makes it incredibly biodiverse and ecologically significant. It's an incredible place to get a sense for just how much wildlife and diversity Canada holds.