Driving

The Town of South Bruce Peninsula is located in the northern most point of southwestern Ontario. Accessible by Provincial Highway 6 and 10 from the Greater Toronto Area, Provincial Highway 21 from Windsor Sarnia and the Michigan border area and Provincial Highway 26 from Barrie, Highway 400.

From Toronto

Drivers should take the 410 north to Highway #7, head west on #7 until you reach Highway #10, this is the highway that would take you to Orangeville. Stay on #10 and at Chatsworth Highway #6 joins to make it the 6/10 Highway.

Keep heading north and just south of Owen Sound, turn west on the 6/10 by pass at Grey County Road 18. This will bring you into Springmount and signifies the end of #10 highway.

Follow #6 (just go straight through the lights at Springmount) to Hepworth.

At Hepworth, going straight through onto Bruce County Road #8 will take you to Sauble Beach. Turning right (north) will take you up the Peninsula to Wiarton.

From the 401-410 turn off it is about 2 and one-half hours to Wiarton and Sauble Beach.

Flying

Wiarton-Keppel Airport is a full service facility, detailed information under Transportation- Aviation or refer CYVV in Canada Flight Supplement. It is capable of handling commercial aircraft. A weather reporting station is located at the airport, for up-to-date reports visit the weather information on our site.

Specializing in siteseeing tours of the Bruce Peninsula, visit Bruce Peninsula Helicopters

Boating

Many marinas are located along both the Lake Huron and Georgian Bay shorelines.
Follow Bruce County's link for more Marina information.

Wiarton Marina Address:
771 Bayview St
Wiarton, ON
N0H 2T0
Phone: 519-534-1301