That's why it absolutely blew my mind when one summer day last year I came out of a forest trail to a white boulder beach with clear azure water. This water had such an intense blue color that pines felt less natural there than, say, palms. The place had a strong Caribbean vibe. Yet there it was - the biggest discovery of the year, right here in Ontario.
Camping at the park - $23.50/night but you need to book way in advance for July-August. Campsites are basic - so no electricity or showers. Alternatively, you can stay at one of the hotels in Tobermory and get a day pass at the park. It's about $11.