Ontario Resort Travel Destination-Association Picks of the Week
Discover Ontario's Gateway to the HistoricTrent-Severn Waterway and Georgian Bay's 30,000 Islands. Georgian Bay Townships is part of the new Biosphere Reserve, and has access to Georgian Bay Islands National Park. Parks Canada information centre is located at Lock 45 in Port Severn.The Muskoka Tourism Information Centre is located at Highway 400 and Muskoka Road 5.
taxes This includes cottage, 1 b&m & gas for a minimum of 2 people. 6 people with 2 boats & motors is $285 per person plus taxes.
Our 3-day Fishing Package starts at $275 per person plus taxes This includes cottage, 1 b&m & gas for a minimum of 2 people. 6 people with 2 boats & motors is $230 per person plus taxes. We are 4 hrs. from Toronto.
Mid Week Special - stay two consecutive nights get 15%off your stay. Rooms from $65/single
Add $50 to any overnight stay
Designed with you and your soul sisters in mind. Share your dreams and relive great moments. Enhance any overnight stay with this wonderful welcome. It includes a delectable tray of treats, a bottle of wine, Spa gift and a cosy Spa robe to wear in your room and each Soul Sister gets a 1/2 hour manicure! (Please book your manicure appointment well before your arrival.)
season's new "Crank'd" trail will be a favourite for all ages. Getaways include passes at Hardwood Ski & Bike and
accommodation at Carriage Ridge Resort
Summer Solstice Celebration June 21 - 22, 2011
Come celebrate the Longest Day of the Year with us and join in the fun of an evening ride, traditional solstice bonfire, tug of war, volleyball, Music & Dancing....and more. BBQ included.Cost: Adults $20.00 + HST, Children 12 to 5 $10.00 + HST and Under 5 free. Women's Only One Day MTB Clinic June 25, 2011
Attraction of the Week
Huronia Museum & Huron/Ouendat Village - The Historic Art of Huronia Gallery in the museum building opened and displays art by David Milne, Homer Watson, Manly MacDonald, Franklin Arbuckle, Hilton Hassell, Mary Hallen (Victorian era watercolours), William J. Wood, Thor Hansen, Ted Lord, Group of Seven artists (A.Y. Jackson, Franz Johnston, J. E. H. MacDonald) along with contemporary art, native art and archaelogical collections of Ouendat and Ojibway First Nations. Other exhibits are about Georgian Bay lighthouses, shipwrecks, maritime and military heritage. There is also an extensive photographic collection of the work of Midland’s long-time professional photographer, John W. Bald.