For those not familiar with the Bruce Peninsula, Miller Lake is situated about 3/4 of the way up the peninsula which juts into Lake Huron/Georgian Bay in Southern Ontario.

The Bruce Peninsula has been named a World Biosphere Reserve because it supports diverse animal and plant life and forms part of a 300+ million year old escarpment formation, one of few such formations in the world. The combination of great lakes shorelines, escarpment setting, natural surroundings and clean water make for stunning scenery and a wide range of activities for summer and winter nature enthusiasts alike.