Suntrail Source for Adventure is the Bruce Peninsula’s home for high-quality outdoor adventuring gear, accessories, supplies and service.

Our passion is helping make your outdoor adventure dreams come true. If you’re interested in camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, skiing or snowshoeing, our team of experts has decades of combined experience and know-how, so we’ll guide you to the right choices while helping you plan your adventure. We offer both sales and rental options on many of our products, as well as lessons, tours, and a number of unique events all year. Complete customer satisfaction is our number one goal, so whether you’re a beginner or an experienced adventurer, you can trust our knowledgeable team to get you outdoors in safety and comfort. Stop in today and speak to any member of our staff, and you’ll see why Suntrail is truly your Source For Adventure!

Popular Trips

Explore the Fishing Islands
Willie Great Day Trip
Lion’s Head Sea Kayaking Adventure
Paddle the Tub – Tobermory
Lyal Island Sea Kayaking Adventure

Suntrail Source for Adventure is proud to offer a number of unique services to our clients.

Whether you’re looking for lessons on how to use your new kayak or recommendations for adventure tours of our beautiful area, Suntrail is here to help! Take a look at the options to learn more:

Wonderful, knowledgable staff. Say hello to Marcie, Carol, Dave and their associates. Great selection of quality outdoor gear & clothing for all seasons. Excellent place to rent kayaks & paddle boards.

Bruce Price

Exceptional customer service! Ordered what I wanted, got it in stock quickly, received product support when I needed it. Made a loyal customer out of me!

Michele Dunsford

Great staff, cross country skiing nearby which was why we came here for our rental. Unexpectedly large store with some solid gear and selection.

Jon Nicholson

How much fuel should you take on your adventure?

Suntrail Tip

Plan on using about 4 fluid ounces of fuel per person per day for warm weather cooking and cleanup, increasing to 8 ounces if you have to melt snow for water in winter, and up to 16 ounces in alpine and arctic conditions.