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Family Reunions? Come to Red Bay Lodge and enjoy our comfortable family ambiance. Bring the family together under one big roof, with fun for the whole family, Red Bay Lodge is the perfect place for your next family event.
Travelling alone or with a pet? Come to Red Bay Lodge and feel like part of the family. There is no pressure to be part of the group but if you wish to, then the opportunity is there. The relaxed atmosphere puts people at ease and creates a friendly and interactive setting. Whatever your vacation goals may be, we will be happy to meet them.
Looking to experience nature? Then you've come to the right place. Stargaze with our telescope and experience the stunning untainted display of the stars. No city lights or smog, just pure brilliance. No city noise either, so you can sit back and listen to the sounds of nature. Nestled in 50 acres of beautiful and unique forest this place is a nature lover's paradise. Home to a large diversity of plants including many varieties of orchids, some of which are endangered, Red Bay has it all.
What Makes The Bruce Peninsula Unique To Travel To
The Bruce Peninsula has an unusually rich diversity of habitats & habitants. Bruce Peninsula is rich in wetlands, woods trails, meadows and overgrown fields, open waters, shorelines, flats, Niagara Escarpment cliffs, inland lakes, rivers and ponds. Inland lakes and ponds are full of natural life and they are excellent for bird watching, plants, flower and animal observation as well as for fishing, swimming, canoeing and boating.
Plants/Flowers - More then 40 different orchids bloom on the Bruce Peninsula. Half of the world‘s Dwarf Lake Iris, most of Canada’s Indian Plantain, rare Rubberweed, Lakeside Daisy and Pitcher Plant find home here. Lichens and Ferns are one of the oldest living inhabitants of our planet. Some lichens here are thought to be 4500 years old. Thirty-nine of the forty Ferns found in Ontario are on the Bruce Peninsula
Animals/Birds Birding is excellent on The Bruce Peninsula, and our proximity to Sky Lake, Oliphant, Petrel Point, & Lake Huron provides a fantastic opportunity to see some of the following species:
Pied-billed Grebes, Mallards, Wood Ducks, Blue Winged Teal, Great Blue Heron, American Bittern, Osprey, Snipe, Woodcock, Kingfisher, Pileated Woodpeckers, Wrens, Swallows, Warblers, Red-winged Blackbird, Virginia Rail and Sora can be found in local wetlands. Red-headed Woodpecker, Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Scarlet Tanager, Blue Jays, Northern Oriole, Indigo Bunting, Great Horned, Barred, Eastern Screech, Saw-whet Owls, Sharp-shinned Hawks, Cooper’s Hawk, Goshawk, Broad-winged, Red Shouldered and Red-tailed Hawks
Stargaze & Amaze - The Bruce Peninsula has been designated as a “Dark Skies Community”.
Swimming & Beaches - Red Bay Beach is one of the best on the Huron Coast!
Bruce Trail Hiking - Bruce trail is Ontario’s the most popular hiking trail. Niagara Escarpment is recognized by United Nation as an ecologically important area in the world with unique natural features. Several accesses to the famous Bruce Trail are only 20 minutes away.
Flower Pot Island - Two flower pots (seastacks) were created by ancient sea waves pounding. They are covered by dense forest, glens, meadows, flowers and surrounded by crystal clear water.
Explore Large Caves - Bruce Caves have some of the biggest limestone caves in Ontario. They were also washed out by waves of ancient sea and they are 20 meters above Georgian Bay.
Swim In Waterfalls - Falls over escarpment- Inglis Falls, Walters Falls, Indian Falls.
Other attractions - Rural Gardens, Fish Hatchery, Buffalo Farms, Wiarton Willie, Light Houses, Spirit Rock, Keady Farmers Market.
HOME TO THE BIGGEST MARLIN LAKE HURON HAS EVER SEEN
PET FRIENDLY CABINS LEAVE NO DOG BEHIND
WHAT'S A PATIO WITHOUT A COLD LOCAL BEER?
CAN YOU FIND THE LION'S HEAD?
World famous trails & tours, shipwrecks, caves, & millions of natural wonders await your adventure on the Bruce Peninsula
EXPLORE THE BRUCE PENINSULA
Visit The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Five Fathom Marine Park, Flower Pot Island, Lion's Head, Shipwrecks, The Bruce Trail & more on your Adventure
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50 min drive to the MS Chi-Cheemaun
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