Bruce's Caves Conservation Area derives its greatest significance from the unique cave formations found along the escarpment face. These caves were formed by the wave action of post-glacial Lake Algonquin, 7,000 to 8,000 years ago. The significance of the cave formations lies in their dramatic illustration of past weathering processes and impresses upon us the magnitude of the post-glacial lake levels. Location is 4.8 km east of Wiarton. Access to Bruce Trail. A place to snowshoe in the winter - laneway is not maintained in the winter. (Spring, Summer & Fall Parking Fee)
Our club offers a very scenic course that is backed by the Niagara Escarpment and overlooks Colpoys Bay with an Escarpment Cliffs View.
The airport was built by the Federal Government in 1948 as an emergency field on the Toronto/Winnipeg corridor. The Terminal building is classic Governmental institution, but we are gradually making changes to make the place more flyer friendly.
Scenic lookout to the northwest over Colpoy's Bay, the islands and Cape Crocker; picnic area and pit privies. Impressive bluffs of the Niagara Escarpment rise high on the south side of the road.