Fathom Five National Marine Park of Canada

Photo Credit: 
Juan Velasquez

Climb the 20m (65') tower for a bird's-eye view of the Bruce! Chill out in the high-definition theatre, for a virtual adventure to the best spots in the park! Experience the exhibit gallery, with everything from a full-size lighthouse, flowerpot and cliff to black bear, rattlesnake and shipwreck exhibits.

Drop in on a special demo by a park naturalist.

Fathom Five consists of 20 islands to the north and east of the Bruce Peninsula, 130 square kilometers of surface water, the ecosystem reaching 200 metres below, and the park’s tiny land base at Tobermory Harbour.

Fathom Five is a largely underwater national park that seeks to protect and display shipwrecks and lighthouses. The many shipwrecks make the park a popular scuba diving destination, and glass bottom boat tours leave regularly, allowing tourists to see the shipwrecks without having to get wet.

Location (Approximate): 
1935 Ontario 6
Tobermory, ON
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