City dwellers in search of crystal clear waters don’t have to go too, too far — and they don’t need a car, either.
The not-for-profit organization is offering $46 one-way tickets for kids, $84 for students and seniors, and $93 for adults. Adventurers will get the most bang for their buck by booking a round-trip ticket, which ranges from $65 to $129.
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There are two pick-up locations in the GTA: 34 Asquith Avenue near the Bloor-Yonge subway station and the Starbucks at Trinity Common Mall in Brampton.
Riders will get dropped off at one of two locations: Cyprus Lake Campground or 22 Hay Bay Road (a five-minute walk from downtown Tobermory).
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The bus trip takes four to five hours and offers coach seating, air conditioning and a bathroom. Pets are not allowed on the bus, so it’s best to keep your pup at home on this trip.
Parkbus doesn’t recommend single-day trips due to time constraints. Instead, travellers are encouraged to spend a few days or a week in Bruce Peninsula National Park, exploring the Grotto area and other gems.