You are responsible for your own safety. Appropriate footwear, clothing and gear is required. Long pants and closed toed boots are your best protection.
The Bruce Trail is a public footpath running from Niagara to Tobermory. It is entirely built and maintained by volunteers for the purpose of protecting the Niagara Escarpment, the most significant landform in southern Ontario. While exploring the Bruce Trail please abide by the Bruce Trail Users' Code.
Information about accommodation while on the Bruce Peninsula is available here.
Camping along the Trail in non-designated campgrounds is considered trespassing. The Bruce Trail runs through land that is owned by over 1000 different landowners. Agreements with those landowners can be jeopardized when the Trail is not used appropriately. Camping options are available here.
Please note that the actual route of the Bruce Trail changes often. New agreements with landowners or newly purchased land mean that the Main Trail or Side Trails are rerouted. Check the reroute link prior to heading out.