There are many things to do and see in North Bruce Peninsula. Some popular activities include:
North Bruce Peninsula is served by the Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board and the Bluewater District School Board. The schools in the municipality include:
The history of North Bruce Peninsula is rooted in the Indigenous peoples who have lived in the area for thousands of years. The Bruce Peninsula is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg people, who have lived in the area for thousands of years. They have a rich culture and history, and have traditionally relied on hunting, fishing, and gathering to sustain themselves.
In the late 1700s and early 1800s, European settlers began to arrive in the area. The first permanent settlement on the peninsula was established in 1832 in the present-day town of Tobermory. Logging and fishing were the main industries in the area during this time, and the population of the peninsula grew slowly.
In the early 1900s, tourism began to grow in the area, and the peninsula became a popular destination for people looking to escape the city and enjoy the natural beauty of the area. The establishment of the Bruce Peninsula National Park in the 1920s helped to increase tourism and the area's economy.
In the mid-20th century, the construction of the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station brought many new residents to the area, and the population of the peninsula grew significantly.
Today, the economy of North Bruce Peninsula is largely based on tourism, with many visitors coming to enjoy the area's outdoor recreational opportunities and natural beauty. The area is also home to many small communities and businesses that provide goods and services to residents and visitors.