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Northern Bruce Peninsula is proud to possess the Tobermory Municipal Airport and the municipally-operated harbours in Lion's Head and Tobermory.

NBP maintains some 470 kilometers of roads and streets, some of which are paved, some graveled while some roads enjoy year round access and others with only availability in the summer. In terms of highways, Highway 6 is the north south passage way through the Municipality. Bruce County Road 9 (known locally south of Lion's Head as the "East Road") gives drivers the pleasure of a slower paced drive while enjoying the breathtaking scenery that is synonymous with the Bruce.

Tobermory Airport Air photo

The Tobermory Municipal Airport is located at 73 Warner Bay Road just west of Highway 6.

Identifier: (NRA)

Frequency: 122.8

Runway Info: 3,100 feet in length, 75 feet in width

Location at: N45 14 W81 38

Other site details: indoor and outdoor tie downs, automatic operating runway lights, fuel sales. No winter maintenance.

Country gravel roads with hilly terrains lend themselves well to a beautiful and natural cycle tour on the Bruce Peninsula whether you choose the Georgian Bay route or prefer the paved cycling shoulders along Highway 6.  The country roads guarantee a quiet, scenic diversity and considerably less traffic while you are climbing up and over the escarpment and along some of Canada's most stunning shoreline.  Be an explorer!

The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail follows the shorelines of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. This trail is marked but shares the roads with other vehicles. Find some other great routes through Explore The Bruce.

The MS Chi-Cheemaun

The MS Chi-Cheemaun is a 638 passenger and 240 vehicle ferry that traverses Lake Huron between Tobermory (on the Bruce Peninsula) and South Baymouth (on Manitoulin Island) from May to October.


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