Things To Do Onsite & Nearby

Anti-Aging Clinic

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The clinic has opened it’s second location onsite at Christie’s Mill.

Please visit their website, www.antiagingclinic.biz, email them at [email protected], or call 705-538-2354 x 430 for more information.

Boats

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Canoe’s, Kayak’s, Peddle Boats & Stand-up Paddle Boards

Beach

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Natural Beach, Loungers with pads, Muskoka Chairs & Sun Umbrellas

Tourist Attraction

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Big Chute Marine Railway/Lock 44 – 705-756-8802, Upper Big Chute Rd www.trentsevern.com

The newer marine railway was built in 1977. Similar in principle to the older model, boats are floated onto a partly submerged carrier and then carried overland to be floated gently on their way. Unlike the old railway, a double track always keeps the new carriage level. A system of slings and inflation devices hold the boats securely in place. Although a conventional lock would have been simpler, the marine railway

 

Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre – 705-526-7809, Hwy 12, Midland, www.wyemarsh.com/

The Centre includes an amphibian and reptile display hall, hiking, biking and skiing trails, canoeing and kayaking routes, an observation tower and boardwalks, birds of prey display, education classroom, event facilities, gift shop and Naturalists on staff.  Rentals for some activities are available. Facility operates year-round.

 

Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons – 705-538-7838, Hwy. 12 Midland, seasonal from May to October, www.saintemarieamongthehurons.on.ca

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons was the 17th century headquarters for the French Jesuit mission to the Hurons.  A nationally significant historic site, Sainte-Marie now stands recreated on its original location where the compelling story is brought to life once again.

 

S.S. Keewatin – 311 Talbot St, Port McNicoll, 855-533-2884, http://www.sskeewatin.com

Visit the last Edwardian passenger steamship of its type, in the world! (Five years older than Titanic.).

 

Georgian Bay Islands National Park – 705-756-2415, 877-737-3783 www.pc.gc.ca

Explore the area’s famous waters, winds, forests, beaches, and wildlife. Georgian Bay Islands National Park protects 59 islands in the greater Georgian Bay ecosystem. The gateway to the park is located at the Parks Canada Operations Base, across from the Honey Harbour Towne Centre. A sign at the left of the road directs you downhill to the docks, where you can catch the park’s Day Tripper to Beausoleil Island.

 

Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery – 705-762-3203 – 1074 Cranberry Rd, Bala www.cranberry.ca       

Formally named Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh & Winery,  features a cranberry marsh, store and winery.  Though open year-round, seasonally there are new discoveries to be made, so plan your visit now!

 

Island Queen Cruise – 705-746-2311, 9 Bay St, Parry Sound www.islandqueencruise.com 

30,000 Island Cruise Lines: Canada’s largest sightseeing Cruise Ship in Parry Sound, Ontario.

 

Miss Midland 30,000 Island Cruises – 705-549-7795, www.midlandtours.com

Enjoy a cruising tradition. Experience the beauty of Georgian Bay on the deck of Southern Georgian Bay’s largest and most spacious cruise ships. Live commentary on the area and history. Sightseeing, music and lunch/dinner available on some cruises.

Please contact a Concierge Team Member for more information or other options.