Our Favourite Links
Enjoy the links to our favorite sites. Come back and visit us soon.
Field Naturalist Clubs:
Huron Fringe Field Naturalists
Explore the world of nuclear energy at the Bruce Power Visitors' Centre. The Visitors' Centre is an interactive, fun way for your family to learn about Ontario's most important energy provider.
Take a bus tour of the Bruce Power site. Ever wanted to see what the Bruce Power site looks like? Now's your chance.
Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre
Rain dampening your camping trip? Check out the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre in Southampton. There's lots to do for kids (& adults too).
Canoe the Saugeen River. The Saugeen River originates in one of the highest points in southwestern Ontario and flows through rolling scenic countryside to Lake Huron, at Southampton. Although the route cuts across agricultural land, the heavy, mixed forest along the riverbanks blocks most farms from view. Check out the Saugeen River Canoe Route.
Discover Chantry Island Lighthouse. Stroll back in time with a visit to the keeper's cottage, restored to its original 1800's condition, and decorated with period furnishings. Marvel at the wonders of nature with a walk around the cottage and surrounding gardens. View the protected bird sanctuary from the top of the lighthouse.
Hike the Bruce Trail
The Peninsula Bruce Trail Club (PBTC) is a charitable organization utilizing only volunteers to maintain, conserve and promote this stunningly beautiful section of the Bruce Trail between Wiarton and Tobermory.
Bike Saugeen Shores Rail Trail
The Saugeen Rail Trail provides 30km of biking with loops.