Are you a fan of exploring caves? Well, located on the shores of Georgian Bay, about eight and a half hours from Montreal, the Grotto in Ontario's Bruce Peninsula National Park is a true postcard landscape. Its beauty is sure to leave you speechless on your next road trip with your nearest and dearest.\nAfter going through all your greatest musical classics in an endless mobile karaoke machine, you can admire the crystal clear waters and spectacular cliffs that, I promise, are worth the route there.\nEditor's Choice: 9 Spots In Ontario That'll Make You Feel Like You’re On The Other Side Of The World\nSpeaking of routes, this Ontario spot may be a bit over eight hours away, but it's sure not to disappoint.\nDue to how busy the national park tends to get, it's now mandatory to reserve your parking spot for $11.70 online before going.\nThe reservation is valid for four hours and those who wish to enjoy the site for longer can do so by experiencing semi-wilderness camping at the Lac-Cyprus campground.\nThis will give one access to the Georgian Bay shoreline all day and more privacy from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 4 to 5 p.m., as tourists will be away during these times.\nAccess to the cave is primarily by the Cyprus Lake Road and although two trails are possible, the routes are extremely long, difficult, and require at least six hours of walking (round trip).\nView this post on Instagram @thedayjobtraveller Bruce Peninsula National Park is all about crystal clear vibrant water, high rocky cliffs overlooking Georgian Bay, caves, hiking and camping. . We went camping recently on Cyprus Lake. The location was perfect walking distance to the following sights: - The Grotto - Boulder Beach - Overhanging Point (climb down through the rock) - Indian Head Cove - Cyprus Lake + trail loop - Hiking the Bruce Trail - I could go on... . TIP ↠ There is no shortage of fresh fish and chip places in the tiny town of Tobermory just a short drive away. Not to mention Beavertails (Canadian doughy treat shaped like a beaver’s tail) by the marina too😋 . . #brucepeninsula #thegrotto #brucepeninsulanationalpark A post shared by Ontario | Canada | ON 🇨🇦 (@ontarioforyou) on Aug 3, 2020 at 10:40am PDT\nSince practicing physical distancing is not possible inside the cave, one must enjoy its beauty from the top of the cliff.\nIt's also important to note that there are no lifeguards at the park's swimming areas and that the rocks along the shoreline are particularly slippery when wet.\nView this post on Instagram 50 shades of summer A post shared by K 🌹 (@kayl.matthews) on Aug 5, 2020 at 1:39pm PDT\nA host of other activities await you on-site, including climbing an observation tower in Tobermory and discovering fascinating shipwrecks visible to the naked eye.\nThe Grotto\nCost: $11.70 per vehicle for parking and $7.90 per adult for admission.\nAddress: 469 Cyprus Lake Road, Tobermory, ON; Bruce Peninsula National Park\nDistance From Montreal: Approximately 8.5 hours\nWhy You Need To Go: To discover a surreal place before officially saying goodbye to summer.\nView this post on Instagram Catch me by the sea 🐚 A post shared by Soso🦋 (@kabylifolie) on Aug 4, 2020 at 6:43pm PDT\nWebsite\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.