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Fathom Five National Marine Park

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Tobermory, Ontario N0H 2R0, Canada
+1 519-596-2233
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Great view and challenging hike

The fathom five park was a great hike with so much to see. Great vantage points and interesting... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Markham, Canada
via mobile
A nice side excursion to the Island

The boat will take you for a 10 minute ride to the beautiful Island where you can walk around... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2017
Sol I
South Florida, Florida
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The fathom five park was a great hike with so much to see. Great vantage points and interesting rock formations and of course you have to check out the flower pot at the island. The main land park you can see at Cyprus lake but...More

Thank ArvinDiesel
Reviewed 26 October 2017

The boat will take you for a 10 minute ride to the beautiful Island where you can walk around exploring the amazing formations, swim in crystal clear water and enjoy the vistas. Well worth it.

Thank Sol I
Reviewed 23 October 2017

What an amazing place. We rented out some kayaks and went paddling out to one of the shipwrecks in the area. The waters were so clear you could see right down to the wrecks. lots of tour boats in the area so if you can...More

Thank Megan K
Reviewed 2 October 2017

Tobermory two days trip. It is better take boat trip in morning to see ships under the water. Water is so clean and freezing. Amazing view. Kids sad that this was the best trip ever.

Thank 953olenap
Reviewed 5 September 2017

If you need a reason to remember why Canada is just so plain great, this is the perfect reminder. Pristine water, well maintained & clean trails (please bring a garbage bag for your own trash) & a wonderful break for the hustle and bustle of...More

Thank Faisal R
Reviewed 5 September 2017

I am amazed how clear the water is. Great for snorkelling and kayaking. Over 22 shipwrecks as well! Be careful, the water is freezing. Wear a wetsuit at least, any time of year. The rocks and water make it all worth it.

Thank Amazingraceofgandj
Reviewed 28 August 2017

This was definitely worth the trip. We take for granted the beauty right in our own backyard. This is a great family location.

Thank Tracy H
Reviewed 28 August 2017

We visited Visitor Centre and Flowerpot Island. Hike on Visitor Centre are fairly easy, but were told that the other hike was not. At F/ Island, we did the Loop Trail thru the forest- it was fun and not easy. Next time we plan to...More

1  Thank Harry D
Reviewed 22 August 2017

From snorkelling to deep wreck diving, this is an amazing experience and such a great way to learn about some of Canada's marine history.

Thank dan4dd
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Must visit if you are in Bruce Peninsula. Absolutely stunning views of the water from the islands in the park.

Thank Anirban B
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22 August 2016|
Response from Paul N | Reviewed this property |
This morning, it was 48F at approximately 70 feet deep. Ambient air temperature as of 3 pm is +27C. Divers on our boat this morning were diving WITHOUT hoods & gloves at ~30 feet by noon.
21 August 2016|
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Response from Paul N | Reviewed this property |
The air temperature, as of August 10th, was 82F. Go to the Five Fathoms Marine Park website at Parks Canada for current details (surface temperatures necessitate a wet suit [at depth I dive in a 7 mm wetsuit]).