The section of the Bruce Trail that passes through Neyaashiinigmiing remains closed until further notice, as well as the Cape Croker Park. The Province of Ontario has begun a careful re-opening of some public outdoor spaces, for day use only, and the Bruce Trail Organization has followed suit by opening specific sections of the Bruce Trail for safely separated hiking. You can find details about which sections are opened on the Bruce Trail Organization website. Importantly, unless a section has been explicitly opened, that section remains closed, including Neyaashiinigmiing (also known as Cape Croker).
These are special places and we are blessed that they are part of our home. While we are anxious to share the natural beauty of our home with the public again, we will not do so until we are sure that we can open the trails and park safely and with as little risk to the community as possible. We ask that non-residents respect this temporary closure and refrain from attempting to enter Neyaashiinigmiing at this time. We look forward to the eventual safe re-opening of our natural attractions.