Surrounded by Lake Huron to the west and Georgian Bay to the east, the Bruce Peninsula is home to two national parks, five provincial parks and a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. The shores of Lake Huron are dotted with small tranquil towns such as Stokes Bay, Myles Bay, Pike Bay, Red Bay and Oliphant. Here you can find Black Creek Provincial Park and Singing Sands Beach which have warm shallow beaches. Georgian Bay’s shoreline is covered with small bays, coves and inlets that are home to villages such as Lion’s Head and Hope Bay. To counter the cold waters of Georgian Bay, warm hospitality can be found in B & B’s, waterfront motels, family cottages and restaurants. The best portions of the Bruce Trail can be found around Lions Head and Hope bay with its rugged trails and towering cliffs. Further up north, visitors can experience Bruce Peninsula National Park which is home to the world famous sea cave, The Grotto.