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“Step back in time ..like a million years.”

Bruce's Caves Conservation Area
Reviewed January 26, 2012

This is a cave that was created millions of years ago when this area was a salt water Sea. A great place for the whole family to look for sea fossils.

1  Thank Hollydave
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Reviewed January 21, 2012

We visit here several times a year as it is different in every season. A relatively short (10 mins) hike will get you to some pretty cool caves where you can spend lots of time scrambling. A good spot for kids and pretty tame hiking trail. You can also connect to the Bruce Trail here for longer hikes.

2  Thank Liz S
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Reviewed November 10, 2011

Beautiful views - take a camera. Very rocky - wear proper shoes.

2  Thank AnnArbor50
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Reviewed May 3, 2011

I have visited the Bruce Caves on many different occasions, and taken many people too see them. They are very close to the entrance way, where there is a nice area to picnic, with public washrooms. Every person I have taken to the caves were absolutely amazed with the size of the first cave, as it is quite large with a huge pillar at the front. They have all said "WOW" as they caught first glimpse. It is an extremely beautiful walk into the caves, and if you keep walking along the bottom of the escarpment - there are many smaller caves to check out. Take your camera - as you will definitely want to take lots of pictures of the caves, and the area all around them......the Bruce Trail goes along the top as well...with awesome views of Georgian Bay, Colpoys Bay. Enjoy!!!! :)

3  Thank HikingNancy
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Reviewed October 16, 2017
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