Discover Tobermory and Beyond

Innisfree Bed and Breakfast is located in the port village of Tobermory - in the heart of Ontario's Natural Retreat. Tobermory is home to 2 national parks, the launch point for the Bruce Trail, the meeting of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, and much more. Located within walking distance is an intrepretive centre for the Bruce Peninsula National Park, many trendy shops, restaurants, boat rentals, boat charters, the Chicheemaun ferry to Manitoulin Island, and boat cruises through Fathom Five National Marine Park.


Tobermory is located at the top of the Bruce Peninsula. Tobermory offers visitors fresh, clean air, gorgeous scenery, tranquil waters, and the darkest sky's in southern Ontario. Tobermory is almost surrounded by water - Lake Huron on one side and Georgian Bay on the other. It is a naturalist haven, having 2 national parks, miles of hiking trails, great kayaking, canoeing and bird watching.

Tobermory Experiences - Blue Heron Co Boat Tours, Chi-Cheemaun Car Ferry, Visit Flowerpot Island, Hike the Bruce Trail, Visit the Grotto, Shopping in Tobermory, Golfing, Galleries & Artists, Top 10 things to do in Tobermory, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Fathom Five National Marine Park, Bruce Anchor Boat Cruises

Tobermory Information - Guide to the bruce peninsula, Tobermory Chamber of Commerce

The Bruce Peninsula

Explore our Biosphere! The Bruce Peninsula is part of the Niagara Escarpment Unesco World Biosphere Reserve.

Explore our 2 National Parks - The Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park.

Explore our Forests and wetland habitats - The Bruce Peninsula has the largest remaining chunk of forest and natural habitat in Southern Ontario.

Explore our ancient history - The Bruce Peninsula is home to the Oldest Trees in Eastern North America.

Explore our Nature! - The Bruce Peninsula contains one of the greatest concentrations of native orchid species in North America.

Explore our Stars! - Home of the "Darkest Skies" in Southern Ontario.

Explore our Culture! - Home to one of Canada's Imperial Lighthouse in the Bruce Peninsula & is home to 2 Native Reserves

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