The local community prides itself on making all travellers feel welcome. Visit the Tourist Information Service at the Bruce Mines Museum which has details of lots of things to see and do in our area.
Try one of our distinctive lodging offerings, a lighthouse resort or one of many comfortable motels. See our Accommodation page for more details.
Feast your eyes and let your tastebuds revel in the variety of home cooking that you will find in all establishments in the area. From breakfast to supper - we have something to suit everyone. Our Dining link will provide more details.
Discover our history with a trip to the historic Simpson Mine and learn about copper mining in the late 18th and 19th centuries. Step back in history, follow the Mine Trail Map and walk our Historic Mine Trail to experience Bruce Mines as it was in the early days. Create your own Self Guided Tour or simply take a drive around the town or through Plummer Additional Township to view the many historic buildings and/or heritage sites. Visit the Tom Thomson Moments of Algoma monument at the waterfront, the location of Tom Thomson’s View Over a Lake: Shore With Houses (1912).
Have a look at the wide variety of sporting and outdoor activities that are supported in the area. From boating, kayaking, swimming, hill walking, cycling and hiking, fishing, and in season, hunting, ski-ing, snowmobiling - to name but a few!
Have a look at our Calendar of Events to see what events are planned for the coming year in the local area. We have every type of celebration, from Maple fest, to traditional Canada Day celebrations and our famous Harvest Home celebrations to mark the end of the summer.
Bruce Mines and District Chamber of Commerce is a proud member of the
Algoma Kinnawabi Travel Association