Nestled on the longest freshwater beach in the world, Wasaga Beach is a popular summer paradise. Located on the southern end of Georgian Bay just two hours north of Toronto, this tourist destination has lots to offer for visitors and year-round residents.
The town of Collingwood is located on the shores of Georgian Bay with a historic and charming downtown rich in history. There are endless opportunities for boating, fishing and recreation. You can also enjoy a host of festivals and events including the world renowned Collingwood Elvis Festival. A true four-seasons town.
Situated on the southern end of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands, Midland is the economic hub for the surrounding municipalities including Penetanguishene, Tiny Township and Tay Township. The area is also steeped in Canadian history with notable sites including the Jesuit mission of Sainte-Marie among the Hurons and the Martyrs’ Shrine.
Penetanguishene is a picturesque bilingual community on the southern tip of Georgian Bay. It has a unique urban centre oriented towards the waterfront while also offering rolling hills and forests. It is also one of only three communities in central and southwestern Ontario where the population of Francophones exceeds the provincial average.