Located just North of the Bruce Peninsula, Flowerpot island is best known for the unique rock formations that give the island its name. Formed after centuries of erosion from wind and waves, the “Flowerpots” are rock pillars (also known as “sea stacks”) that look like giant flower pots. Although there used to be three around the island, in 1903, one of the island’s rock pillars fell. The two remaining Flowerpots stand just off the island’s cliffs. Visitors can take a short boat ride from Tobermory to view the Flowerpots and explore the island’s trails!