The first thing to do whilst in this area is to dip your toes in to Lake Huron and marvel at the size of this inland expanse of water. Once you have done that you can take a slightly more challenging walk on the Bruce Peninsula and explore the rocky shorelines, a contrast to some of the nearby sandy beaches. From Tobermory you can take a boat trip out in to Fathom Five National Marine Park and view some of the interesting geological formations and shipwrecks that lie at the mouth of Georgian Bay. While away some time in the delightful country towns, with lovely little arts and crafts shops and many friendly locals who are always delighted to stop for a chat. Close to Owen Sound several waterfalls tumble from the Niagara Escarpment, collectively located within the Indian Falls Conservation Area. Inglis Falls, Jones Falls, Indian Falls and Weaver’s Creek Falls are all easily accessible and three of the four are linked by the longer Bruce Trail. If you’re a keen walker then bring a picnic lunch and spend the day exploring this lovely forested area.