Explore the sights and sounds of Parry Sound!
Georgian Bay (and Parry Sound) is one of “Canada’s 50 Places of a Lifetime” (National Geographic)
While staying with us, make sure to visit Parry Sound’s quaint shops and restaurants. The Town of Parry Sound is an idyllic small town far from the distractions of daily life. Take the time to explore!
Georgian Bay has more than 30,000 islands and 2,000 kilometres of shoreline. Picturesque lighthouses dot the coast. Relax with family and friends on a sandy beach. The Georgian Bay Coastal Route is perfect for bike riding or a scenic drive. Take a cruise on the Island Queen Cruise!
Visit our charming downtown or the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame to find out about Parry Sound’s rich history of sport!
Each year in July, Parry Sound hosts the Festival of the Sound — a classical music festival located at the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts. * Link to Festival of the Sound
Waubuno Beach in Parry Sound offers sparkling, shallow water and clean sand. In the summer months, take advantage of the kids’ playground and supervised lifeguarding.
The Town of Parry Sound owns the Rotary and the Algonquin Regiment Waterfront Trail — a 6 kilometre trail along the shore of Georgian Bay. The trail is ideal for walking, hiking, cycling and snowmobiling in the winter months.
Try ice-fishing on the bay! Other exciting winter activities include skating, snowmobiling and tobogganing. The perfect winter vacation.