Tobermory

Reminder to check ahead BEFORE visiting. Hours of operation and admissions may be changed as per Ontario's COVID-19 Response Framework and travel restrictions may apply in some areas. 

Winter in Tobermory is a quiet, peaceful affair as this small community relaxes after a hectic warm weather season.  Beautiful and serene, the village moves at a much slower tempo than summer with some shops, restaurants and accommodations open.  Be sure to check this handy list before making your travel plans as some may be closed and others operating under COVID-19 protocols. 
 
When conditions are right, this is a mecca for outdoor winter activities. One of the best ways to experience winter here is to book a guided winter tour to get really up close and personal with the peninsula with a knowledgeable guide from Bruce Peninsula Eco-Adventures.  
 
This is a popular destination for snowmobilers, with trails travelling through spectacular scenery up the Bruce Peninsula.   Restaurants here cater to sledders, with a warm welcome waiting at the Tobermory Brewing Company & Grill and at the Lion’s Head Inn.  Take a multi-day tour and book overnight accommodation in Tobermory itself or at the Lion’s Head Beach Motel.   
 
If you’re craving a quiet winter getaway, choose from several bed & breakfasts, cabins, cottages and motels and start planning your “down-time” retreat!
 

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