Halfway Log Dump at Bruce Peninsula National Park near Tobermory, Ontario is a destination that’s worthwhile the hike, even on a hot summer day.
A very rocky shoreline, weathered away by the waters of Georgian Bay, is murder on the ankles and feet if you aren’t careful. Looking out over the water you see azure blue, light green and teal shades.
During the summer period, you may not want to linger too long on the rocks. Spiders and flies are plentiful and the rocks are very hot from the scorching sun.
During our visit at Halfway Log Dump at Bruce Peninsula, we encountered several other hikers taking in the view. As you can see from this photo, my husband Frank was eager to explore.
NOTE: This stretch of beach is not monitored with lifeguards. If you go into the water, you go at your own risk. The water can be choppy.
NOTE 2: Wear a good pair of hiking boots that support your ankles. It’s very easy to twist your foot on the rocks, and the hike back to the parking lot is not short.
Photo taken Summer 2015