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Ridge at Manitou Golf Club

Golfing sanctuary.  Inviting guest "Play and stay."  Lakeside dining. "Golf and Dine."  Pre-paid golf packages available.  Equity membership.  Designed by award-winning architect Tom McBroom on 300 environmentally protected acres, each hole presents a distinctive personality leading into the forest with rolling fairways, rocky outcroppings and peaceful meadows before retreating back into the woods and finishing at our signature 18th hole.
160 The Inn Road, McKellar, Ontario P2A 0B4  Phone 877-789-9578 Ext. 33.   Proshop/General 705-389-9577.  Contact: Drew Rachar, General Manager.  Email:    Website:

Georgian Bay Airways

The bountiful vistas of Georgian Bay's rugged coastline await you. From gentle take-off to smooth touchdown, relax and enjoy the ride as you cruise over historic sights and pristine wilderness.  Several touring options allow for a personal touch for your voyage.  The water is blue and the islands are gorgeous, so please bring your camera!  We also provide a chartered shuttle service to/from Toronto to anywhere in cottage country.  Phone Toll Free 1-800-786-1704 or 705-774-9884.  Website:

Parry Sound Cruise Lines - will not operate for the 2020 season but plans to return in 2021

Cruise among the 30,000 Islands of Georgian Bay aboard the M.V. Chippewa III, Parry Sound's own "Maid of the Mist".  Island Restaurant Cruises down the South Channel to Henry's Fish Restaurant on Frying Pan Island or Craganmor Point Resort Restaurant offer breathtaking scenery and fabulous fish menus.  Sunset Dinner Cruises explore the majestic waterways of the Big Sound and fine dining catered by the Log Cabin.  Cocktail Scenic cruises, offering bar-b-q items on board, and Specialty and Charter cruises are also available.  Fully licensed bar.  Come cruise with us and make memories!
Phone 705-746-6064.  Website:

Bear Claw Tours

Georgian Bay's ultimate adventure ATV tours.  Awesome wilderness experiences. Half-day guided ATV tours.  Each tour is three to four hours in duration.   Call 705-746-9481 to book. 

Deer Run Golf Course - Permanently Closed as of Fall 2021

A public 18-hole course opened in 1995.You will love the scenery. Located on McDougall Road, about halfway between Parry Sound and Hurdville. Phone 705-746-4653. R.R. #1, Parry Sound, Ontario P2A 2W7.

Island Queen Cruise

Two-hour and three-hour sightseeing cruises through Thirty Thousand Islands region of Georgian Bay.   9 Bay Street, Parry Sound, Ontario P2A 1S4  Phone Toll Free 1-800-506-2628 or (705) 746-2311. Website:

Islandview Farm Equestrian Centre

Hunter/jumper/equitation, lessons, boarding, training, showing, schooling, Trillium/A circuit coaching. 12-stall barn with matted, widowed box stalls. Two overflow stalls for visitors and part-time boarders.  Large system fenced paddocks; some with shelters.  Large, bright, ventilated indoor arena 160' x 80' and 110' x 210' outdoor sand ring.  Full set of hunter / jumper jumps.  Clinics and area rental available.  Off property coaching and training.  Fields and trails for hacking.  38 Moffat Road, McKellar, Ontario P2A 0B4.  Phone 705-389-2065.  Contact: Karyn Hall-Weber.  Cell: 705-746-0672   Email: 

Sail Parry Sound Sailing School (SPS3)

Sail Parry Sound Sailing School has been in operation since 1998.  Managed by volunteers, who employ Canadian Yachting Association (CYA) certified instructors, the school organizes and manages sailing races and conducts sail training for youth and adults from July to August each year.  The Centre, is located on the waterfront trail, just North West of The Stockey Centre.  Visit Website: to learn more about the programs, registration, members race nights, and how you can join Sail Parry Sound to enjoy the finest freshwater sailing in the world.  

Screaming Heads

Peter Camani's Midlothian Castle, commonly known as Screaming Heads, is a public art installation featuring numerous sculptures, artworks and structures. The monolithic, 20 foot high concrete sculptures range from Munch-like screaming faces to hands, horses, and memorials. Facing the road is a wall topped with busts of people reenacting the see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil" proverb, while facing the parking lot is a towering metal gate that resembles a spider web. The property also features several large steel frame structures, erected by organizers of the annual Harvest Festival that takes place on the grounds. It is a lovely place for a family picnic or a long ponderous stroll.  925-1201 Midlothian Rd, Burk's Falls, ON P0A 1C0. Facebook: Screaming Heads on Facebook TripAdvisor: Check Visitor Comments

Permanently Closed

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