Midland / Penetanguishene

Be sure to plan ahead before visiting this fall, as many operators are running at reduced capacity or are closed for the season due to COVID-19.  When in BruceGreySimcoe, follow social distancing protocols, wear a mask and wash your hands frequently.

Not only is this area of BruceGreySimcoe a natural beauty, it’s also an historical gem.  At Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, travel back to the 17th century at this reconstructed Jesuit Mission.  Walk the connecting trail to the Martyrs’ Shrine (church & grounds closed in 2020 due to COVID-19), built to honour the eight Jesuit saints who lived and worked here over 350 years ago – all faiths and cultures are welcome.  Mix in a bit of natural wonder with your history with a trip to the nearby Wye Marsh.  Take a guided paddle or nature walk through the marsh and make a new friend when you visit the Birds of Prey.  History buffs will love the waterfront Rotary Champlain Wendat Park, the Huronia Museum and the Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives.  And, definitely schedule in time for the amazing Pumpkinferno at Discovery Harbour (Dates TBD in 2020).
Spend time outdoors on the water paddling and boating or on the trails hiking and cycling.  The only floatel in the region can be found here – fall asleep to the sound of water lapping directly under your window.  Surround yourself this fall with bright fall colours and nature’s splendour in Midland and Penetanguishene.




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