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Singing Sands Trail


Bruce Peninsula National Park

This trail crosses a small stream, then turns left following a two-track path through the woods. In the spring, many wildflowers can be seen along the way. At the end of the trail, one can loop back following the rocky shoreline of Dorcas Bay, ending back at the sandy beach of the starting point.

Bruce Peninsula National Park is a 136 sq. km. park that protects a rugged limestone landscape and one of the largest remaining tracts of forest in Southern Ontario. The National Park's main attraction is the spectacular 20km. ribbon of Niagara Escarpment cliff, which runs along the deepest part of Georgian Bay.

Directions: The trail is accessible off Hwy 6 North, west on Dorcas Bay Road. Drive for 1.5 km and turn right.


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