Located 90 minutes north of Toronto on a peninsula jutting into Canadian paradise, the Heart of Georgian Bay encompasses the communities of Midland, Penetanguishene, Tay and Tiny.
Whether driving Highway 400 to get here by car, navigating the southern shores of Georgian Bay by boat, or flying into Huronia Regional Airport (CYEE) by plane, the destination is worth the journey. You can even travel by public transit by taking the Simcoe County LINX bus from Barrie or Orillia.
We make the best of our days here in the Heart of Georgian Bay. Check out our stories about the fun and cool things to do and see, all year long. Check back as often as you can for travel inspiration and good reads. Make memories and share them with us, using #heartofgbay on social media.
We’ve reached that magical time of year when the leaves start changing colours and the sweaters come out. With October comes all of the spooky, scary events, and we’ve got the run down for you. Whether you want to stick to the spooky side of the spectrum or the terrifying
The Heart of Georgian Bay is the ideal destination for those who like cruising back roads, to take in a quiet afternoon and views of rural like. Farmers hard at work bailing hay, calves jumping with the joy for life, and endless fields of vegetables planted row by row. The
Looking for your next great ride – either by motorcycle or by bicycle? Look no further than the Heart of Georgian Bay. Quiet country roads, long linear trails, stunning views, and plenty of cycle and motorcycle-certified businesses en route. For the biker – THE CHUTE LOOP | Length: 250kms This day
Whether it’s your first visit or your tenth, we want to see the best of your memories in the Heart of Georgian Bay. Here’s a look at some of the memorable moments visitors share daily on Instagram with #heartofgbay