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Bruce's Caves Conservation Area

#1 of 16 things to do in Wiarton Features Animals
Grey County Rd. 26, Wiarton, Ontario, Canada
+1 519-376-3076
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Easy, short, worth it.

Took two kids, 11 and 7 yr old. They had no issue at all. 1. This is not the Bruce trail, it is a... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Matthew J
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very nice

very big caves.really something too see if ya never have before. not a long hike to go see them... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Dale H
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Grey County Rd. 26, Wiarton, Ontario, Canada
+1 519-376-3076
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Took two kids, 11 and 7 yr old. They had no issue at all. 1. This is not the Bruce trail, it is a short trail to a cave named after a guy named Robert Bruce who owned the land. 2. You can park right...More

1  Thank Matthew J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

very big caves.really something too see if ya never have before. not a long hike to go see them. Will recommend wearing running shoes..NO SANDLES.

1  Thank Dale H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Had a great time at Bayshore cottages with the family. Nicely situated on Georgian Bay close to caves, trails and Lake Huron for Sauble Beach. Thanks Cristina & Christopher for your warm hospitality. Dan Milan Toronto

1  Thank Dan M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The very narrow road leading into the Bruce caves was a bit scary and bumpy, but once you arrive the walking trails and caves are great.

Thank Ren026
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Very nice and with easy access, the place might need information on the formations that we find there, as well as the plants that we can see there. The richness on moss, shrubs, vegetation present need to be discussed

Thank Betty A
Reviewed 22 May 2017

While hiking the Bruce Trail we took a small detour off the main trail to go to the caves. You HAVE to see this if you're in the area. It's stunning.

Thank isajohn
Reviewed 17 May 2017

The caves are about 1 mile east of Wiarton. The turnoff is not well-signed but on e you get there, you can park close to the road or take a bumpy track to an inner parking place. The walk to the Caves takes about five...More

3  Thank tomwO6177GV
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

The time of year that we visited wasn't the greatest but it was still a nice hike. The trail was very poorly marked and only the worn path and knocked down bushes indicated you were going the proper direction. It would have also been nicer...More

1  Thank Kanukopf
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Took the family (wife and preteens) for an afternoon hike. The terrain is rocky but not overly aggressive. take good shoes and flip flops would be a big fail!. There are a couple of caves to check out and there is climbing available on some...More

1  Thank pstechnology
Reviewed 19 January 2017

Love this area, it makes you feel good. If you have the time to spare go see the caves. They are very interesting.

Thank jean519
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