Reserve Tours in Advance
Bruce Peninsula Boat Tours must be reserved in advance. They can be booked online or by calling 519-372-6309. For same day reservations, please call us for availability.
Reviews Bruce Peninsula Boat Tours
The tour was really interesting. The historical background Pete gave explaining the early fishing, what happened, and how the islands were settled was great. The grandkids loved the shipwrecks. Pete was careful, and had great navigational skills. He really knew the waters. It was a wonderful afternoon.
We had a great tour of the Fishing Island with Fishing Island Tours and Charters. They shared a great deal about the history of the area and the plants and wildlife there. We especially enjoyed seeing the heron rookery, hearing the stories of shipwrecks and learning more about the geography of the Bruce Peninsula. Our kids had a blast! The weather was gorgeous and it was a perfect way to spend the afternoon.
I was on the Yoga trip with Cole and Elaine and it was wonderful. We were well looked after in beautiful surroundings. I would definitely recommend the experience to others.
Birding By Boat
The Bruce Peninsula is on a major North American bird migration corridor, known as the ‘Huron Fringe’. The Fishing Islands where we tour include the islands, coastal wetlands and the reefs and shoals that are the location of nesting sites for a number of species, particularly in May and June. Great blue herons, white egrets […]
Zen Out on Lake Huron
Come explore chair yoga under the expert guidance of yoga Teacher Elaine Tutte.
Navigating the Fishing Islands: A Prop-Stopping Adventure
Be one of the crew as we navigate the Fishing Islands of the Bruce Peninsula!
We provide guided passenger boat tours aboard comfortable pontoon boats in sheltered waters of Lake Huron. The area we navigate is an archipelago of 70+ islands known locally as “The Fishing Islands”. Learn about the history, geography and incredibly beautiful natural environment in this part of South Bruce Peninsula.
There are 2000 shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, and 69 of them area around The Bruce Peninsula. 20 of these ships found their watery grave in rocky shoals and bays of The Fishing Islands. We visit two of these wrecks on our passenger tours. These ships carried lumber, barrels of fish and supplies.
The Bruce Peninsula’s Western Shoreline
The Oliphant coastline is complex of bays and a series of islands, known as The Fishing Islands. The islands and reefs protect the bays from intense wave energy. Due to this reduced wave action, the bays of the shoreline are fringed with coastal meadow marshes, or coastal fens, and narrow low sand beaches. The coastal fens here are considered globally rare and imperiled communities.
Residents, summer cottagers and day visitors embrace the shoreline activities the warm, clean water and beautiful coastline here offers us. Like all of the Bruce Peninsula, the unique environment here speaks to those who love and appreciate Ontario’s natural retreat.