Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula




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Northern Bruce Peninsula is a municipality located in Ontario, Canada. It is renowned for its natural beauty and serves as a popular tourist destination. The region is situated on the scenic Bruce Peninsula, which separates Lake Huron from Georgian Bay. Its stunning landscapes, including the rugged cliffs, crystal-clear waters, and sandy beaches, attract visitors from around the world.

The municipality offers a plethora of outdoor activities for nature enthusiasts. Bruce Peninsula National Park is a prime attraction, known for its picturesque hiking trails, including the famous Bruce Trail. Visitors can explore the diverse flora and fauna, witness breathtaking views from the cliffs, and even go camping or canoeing in the park.

Bruce County

Community Type Population
Bruce County, ON County 73,396
Kincardine, ON Municipality 12,268
Brockton, ON Municipality 9,784
Arran Elderslie, ON Municipality 6,913
South Bruce, ON Municipality 5,880
Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON Municipality 4,404
Saugeen Shores, ON Town 15,908
South Bruce Peninsula, ON Town 9,137
Huron Kinloss, ON Township 7,723
Saugeen 29, ON Indian reserve 784
The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation, ON Council 615