Fathom Five National Marine Park

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Fathom Five is Canada's first National Marine Park, with over 20 shipwrecks and 19 islands within it's boundaries.

The deep clear water and the numerous shipwrecks attract over 8,000 divers from around the world each year. Tobermory is known as the Scuba Diving Capital of Canada.

Boat tours leave Tobermory several times each day to take visitors into Fathom Five National Marine Park, visiting shipwrecks, lighthouses and rock formations unique to this area. Boat tours showcasing the many islands within Fathom Five National Marine park allow visitors to see and explore the natural beauty and fascinating history of this area

The Parks Canada Visitors Centre is also within the Fathom Five National Marine Park. There you can enjoy the many exhibits on Tobermory, a theatre program about the parks, a tower that looks out over Tobermory and the Fathom Five Islands along with hiking trails to beautiful water look-outs.

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Picture: Shipwreck of the schooner Sweepstakes
Hours of operation
Spring and Fall
Summer
Winter
10am - 5pm
10am - 5pm
closed
Tobermory Chamber of Commerce
7420 Highway 6 | P.O. Box 250 
Tobermory, ON, N0H 2R0 Canada

eMail:   info@tobermory.org
Phone: (519) 596-2452
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