Only a 6.5km boat cruise from the coast of Tobermory lies Flowerpot Island, known for its naturally occurring sea stacks, or rock columns resembling the origins of the island’s name. Board a glass-bottom vessel and view the beautiful scenery.
A unique Ontario island experience offering every adventurer’s favourite activities such as hiking, swimming, cave exploring, and camping. A geologist and botanist’s haven, Flowerpot island offers interesting natural rock formations and rare plant breeds to discover.
You can also explore the Flowerpot Lightstation, a lighthouse built in 1897, and formerly abandoned in 1987 until its restoration in 1996.
Photo: Rodney Campbell, Wikimedia Commons