The Georgian Bay area of Ontario, Canada, is an all-season playland that is approximately two hours from Toronto and offers many diverse activities from snowmobiling on the 1,100 kilometres of groomed trails to fly-in fishing on one of the areas many lakes and rivers.

Cruise out of Parry Sound into one of the world’s deepest natural, fresh water harbours.

Enjoy sunset dinner cruises weaving through the world renowned 30,000 Islands that dapple the shoreline north from Honey Harbour, through the Massasauga Provincial Park at MacTier – exploring the route of the voyageurs who’s history profoundly impacted the early years of Canada – northward along the shore passed Parry Sound to Nobel and Carling, and out toward the lighthouse at Red Rock, then make way for the lighthouse at Pointe au Baril and sail onward toward the Bustard’s, passed the fishing and logging communities of Britt and Bying inlet, and into to the mouth of the historic French River where many courier du bois travelled through to the interior of Ontario.

This area is not just famous for Georgian Bay, the communities that line her shore, and all her big water, but is equally desireable, and to some, moreso, for her many placid inland lakes and rivers, and the vibrant communities lining the roads and railways that once served the main industrial port of Parry Sound.

Nestled along the southern shore of Georgian Bay is the picturesque town of Collingwood. A wonderful four-season destination, it’s become one of Georgian Bay’s fastest growing towns. You can live, work and play here. For a listing of businesses in Collingwood, visit the Collingwood Directory.