North Bruce

1_north_bruce.png Scott's Home Hardware
Scott's Home Hardware is nestled in the beautiful Georgian Bay community of Lion's Head. Built in 1914, this family owned store still boasts the original hardwood floors and tin ceilings, but offers...
1_north_bruce.png Setting Sail B&B
Quiet setting on shore of scenic Warner Bay. We especially welcome the 40+ market and seniors.   15 min from Tobermory Ferry Terminal, 10 min from Bruce Trail.   Close to Bruce Peninsula...
1_north_bruce.png Shimmering Shores
Exclusive, private, three bedroom, fully-equipped Gobles Grove cottage in idyllic, wooded setting amidst patios, lily gardens, ivy and flagstone walkways; a 3 minute walk to pristine beaches and...
1_north_bruce.png Shipwreck Lee's
1_north_bruce.png Singing Dogs Dog-Sled Adventures
Located only 2.5 hours north of Toronto - SINGING DOGS - DOG SLED ADVENTURES brings the excitement and challenge of a true dog sled experience to customers. Owned and operated by Richard &...
1_north_bruce.png Southampton Meat Market
SOUTHAMPTON MEAT MARKET is your local Butcher shop with a bit of gourmet flair. Our meats are sourced from local producers who raise the animals in an humane and natural environment. We sell BRUCE...
1_north_bruce.png Spirit Rock Motel/Mother's Fabric
Spirit Rock Motel offers a fun and friendly environment for your visit to the Bruce Peninsula. Ted and Wendy Wilford purchased the 11 unit motel on the northern outskirts of Wiarton in 1997. Several...
1_north_bruce.png Stedmans
Many people refer to our store as the TOBERMORY MALL !! We are a small department store unique to the area, located on Highway #6 (a 5 minute drive South of Tobermory). Value, savings and customer...
1_north_bruce.png Stoedter's Gift Shop
For an Unique Shopping Experience, drop into Stoedter's Gift Shop centrally located downtown Wiarton, situated on Colpoy's Bay, Bruce Peninsula North. We are open year round from Monday to Saturday,...
1_north_bruce.png Stokes Bay Community Center Summerfest
SUMMERFEST is happening again on Saturday July 25, 2009 from 8:00 am to midnight or so at the Stokes Bay Community Centre.   Over the past 11 years, the small hamlet of Stokes Bay on Lake Huron...

 

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