We will be staying in Port Elgin for a week in July. We've been going there for ten years and have done a lot of things in the area but not everything. The problem is that my domestic partner has become disabled and cannot walk very much any more. So I have some very specific questions:
Are there nice things to do in the Bruce Peninsula National Park that involve only a tiny amount of walking? Is it possible to enjoy the Oliphant Fen Trail and/or the Petrel Point Nature Reserve with a minimum of walking? Can anyone tell me about the Fishing Islands Pontoon Boat Tours? What is there to see and do at the Cape Croker Indian Park? What is there to do in Owen Sound other than visiting the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery which we've done? Can anyone recommend any day trips to the northern half of the Bruce Peninsula or into Grey County (east of Owen Sound) along Georgian Bay that won't involve much walking once we get there? We're not interested in taking the ferry to Manitoulin Island.
We've been to and enjoyed the weekly flea market at Keady, but it's now just an impossible amount of walking for my partner because it and the parking lot are so huge. Is there anything similar in the area that's significantly smaller and just as much fun? There are 3 First Nations reserves in Bruce County. We've yet to find anything of touristic interest advertised at them. Is there something to check out that we're unaware of? Is the tour of the Bruce Power nuclear power plant north of Tiverton worthwhile? The admission fees for the two of us at the Bruce and Grey County Museums are pretty steep. Are either of them worth the visit? We've seen very little of the Bruce County interior except for a number of visits to Paisley. Does anyone have any suggestions?