Immerse yourself in our historical side and explore the series of natural caves and caverns - the activity that put us on the map! Self-guided trails weave throughout seventeen unique geological features, naturally carved millions of years ago by glacial ice.
Once home to the Petun First Nations people and currently situated within one of Canada’s 18 UNESCO sites, the rich landscape has much to offer our guests.
Descend into the crevasse and explore a labyrinth of caves and caverns 70 ft below the surface. The rewards are plentiful with multiple panoramic vistas of Georgian Bay along limestone cliff edges.
Hiking or running shoes are mandatory for admission
Sorry no pets.
Self-guided trails are clearly marked and guests should allow a minimum of 2 hours.
Trail mapsare provided in English, French, German, Japanese, Dutch and Spanish
Strollers are not permitted on the trails but carriers can be used.
All ages welcome. Please note, due to steep and uneven trails in some areas, guests will encounter natural obstacles.
Youth must be accompanied by an adult.
Operational Update April 7, 2021
Effective Thursday, April 8, 2021, at 12:01 a.m., the provincial government is implementing a province wide State of Emergency and Stay-At-Home Orders for a period of at least four weeks. Please be advised that effective immediately Scenic Caves Nature Adventures will be temporarily closed.
We encourage everyone to continue following public health guidelines to protect yourself and those around you. Please follow government guidelines regarding essential travel.
Scenic Caves is now taking an additional safety precaution by introducing our new Covid screening app. All guests are now required to complete a Covid Self-Assessment screening test for each and every visit on the day of their visit prior to entering the grounds.
A smartphone or tablet is required to access the self-assessment.