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The Grotto, in Bruce Peninsula National Park, is one of the top tourism attractions in Ontario. A shoreline sea cave with the beautiful blue waters, the Grotto is a unique natural wonder and memorable place to experience. It is also a very popular...more
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The water was cold in June. It was about 25 minutes walk to Grotto from the parking lot. Amazing walk! The place is very crowded but still an amazing experience. Bring garbage bag don't leave any of your garbage behind. You should give it about...More
Went on a windy day at the end of October. Seemed fairly quiet but we still passed a few people on our hike. The walk is super easy and well marked. Only takes about half an hour to get to the grotto. Once you arrive,...More
We visited the grotto mid week and off season. It was a beautiful area and well worth the effort. We walked the hour and a half trail to the grotto and did not take any chances on the cliffs nor did we climb down to...More
We hiked to the Grotto on a wide path that leads from the park camping to the cliffs... Stunning view and beautiful waters, but the number of visitors is a bit through the roof. Selfie sticks, garbage and cigarette buts are making things less than...More
This place is great to rnjoy with family. The water is cold there but it is worth one dip in wate. If you like to explore and want adventure, bring in your underwater equipment and explore the caves under water. You get around 4 hours...More
Hike through scrubby cedar woods to the grotto. You climb over rocks to view the grotto which is just a hole in the rock . The vista is nothing that you couldn't see from many spots along the shore of Bruce Penninsula. Might have been...More
Had been here once before a few years ago in the summer and was extremely crowded. Much better this time. Multiple hike options. The water colors are spectacular and the caves are amazing. A little slick with intermittent mist. SHoes with some grip were a...More
My mother is 80 and strong she made it to the overlook while assisted by my shoulder all the way, but it was a rocky hike, so unless you can handle about 30 minutes of a rocky hike to the over look I don’t think so. There... More
My mother is 80 and strong she made it to the overlook while assisted by my shoulder all the way, but it was a rocky hike, so unless you can handle about 30 minutes of a rocky hike to the over look I don’t think so. There is a lower point called Indian head that you come to first, that’s a shorter rocky hike.