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A bicycle friendly newly renovated home on a quiet street in the beautiful historic village of Magnetawan. We offer a large private unit to relax and enjoy. We have bikes,canoes and kayaks available for your enjoyment. Close to town,shops, golf course, walking trails, miles of waterways and of course our great bike routes. Come and enjoy a wonderful experience.
Small family friendly Cottage Resort at Ahmic Lake, right of Hwy 124. we offer 1,2,3 and 5 bedrm cottages and Campsites for rent. the cottages are supplied with all the linens and towels and can be rented on a nightly base. they all have a front deck to store your bike and even lock it to the railing for safety. for your convenience we have a Restaurant , Bar and a small store on site. the cottages are fully equipped and newly renovated, WIFI.
great bike trails in the area, just 500m off the main cycle tour around Ahmic Lake.
The Almaguin Highlands Information Centre (AHIC) has been serving the travelling public since 1990. AHIC provides 24/7 washroom facilities, tourist information, a shaded pavilion as a rest stop, carpool parking lot, and water bottle refill station. The Information Centre is also the site of the Perry Township Municipal Office. AHIC now boasts healthy snack and drink options, as well as an internet cafe, run by Northern Nerds.
Bear Lake Resort is situated on the south end of beautiful Bear Lake. We are open from May to November. All cottages have views of beautiful Bear Lake. Each cottage has a deck with chairs and a BBQ and nearby a fire pit for those campfire story nights.
Please check out or cottages and facilites. We look forward to you and your family staying with us.
Bearly Used Books offers travel books, local tourism information on the best biking and sightseeing in the area, access to public washrooms, bike parking, comfy couches, and access to wi-fi. The store owner participates in the warmshowers.org cycling network. The store is also a proud supporter of travellingtwo.com, two friends who biked around the world for 3 years. 120,000 used books to choose from in every genre.
The Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts is located in Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada. It houses a 480-seat Festival Performance Hall and the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame. The Stockey Centre sits on a 3.5-acre waterfront site overlooking beautiful Georgian Bay. The building opened in July 2003 and runs year-round, presenting artists of excellence and celebrating athletes of excellence. The Bobby Orr Hall of Fame is an interactive hockey museum with a wide variety of photos, memorabilia and artifacts about Bobby Orr, who was born in Parry Sound. Exhibits include Orr’s NHL rings, a number of his trophies and awards, some of the jerseys he played in, a pictorial history of his career and a number of interactive games and activities related to hockey. The Bobby Orr Hall of Fame also hosts exhibits about other exceptional athletes with ties to Parry Sound. The Festival Performance Hall is constructed out of the area’s natural stone and indigenous trees. It has stunning acoustics as it was designed as a home for the Festival of the Sound, a world renowned festival of chamber and classical music which runs from mid-July to mid-August each year. Performances of all genres are presented in the Performance Hall during the rest of the year including music of all types (pop, rock, folk, blues, jazz, country, chamber, classical and world music), theatre, contemporary dance, comedy, literary readings, performances for children and community events. The Gift Shop is located in the Lobby and features a unique line of souvenirs from both the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame and the Festival Performance Hall.
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Operating Monday to Friday (8-4), cyclists can stop in at Canadore College for a rest. Water, vending machines, and bathrooms are available. Staff can also help with routes, directions, and any other questions about the Parry Sound Area.
Our bakery and general store is located on the Ahmic Lake bike route 8 Kms south of Magnetawan at the junction of Midlothian Rd. and Nipissing Rd. Stop and enjoy our freshly baked goods or start and finish your ride at our place. We have a large parking lot and bike rack.
Welcome Cyclists! We are a small cafe-canteen style eatery in Rosseau Ontario, the heart of the Muskokas, located in the middle between Bracebridge, Parry Sound and Huntsville. We have multiple out-door patios and you are more than welcome to bring your bike and gear with you on the property. We make and bake everything (literally everything) in our kitchen…with love. I always try to have healthy, vegetarian and gluten free options on our seasonal menu. We offer real espresso, fresh baking and a relaxing atmosphere. We look forward to feeding you, hydrating you and sending you on your way!! #705 732 1800 Katie,Cory and Atticus
We have over 40 acres of woodlands overlooking Doe Lake, a predominately sandy bottom warm water lake and a private sand beach with a separate Dog Beach. There are over 4km of hiking trails through our hardwood forest.
We have 3 cottages that are available for weekly rentals, or weekends during off-season time. We also have 5 overnight tent and RV campsites.
Our store down by the waterfront offers ice-cream, cold freshments, candy and snacks.
Make sure you stop in at the RIZZORT on your way through the Almaguin Highlands!
Nestled on 120 acres just 20 km north of Huntsville, Muskoka, in Almaguin Highlands, you’ll find the perfect blend of thoughtfully-appointed B&B accomodations. wholesome yet indulgent meals, and a secluded forest setting with over 10km of private hiking trails and bike routes for you to explore at your own pace.
The Festival of the Sound Office is now home to this historic Canadian Pacific Train Station. In 1995, the building was recognized federally as a building of architectural, historic, and environmental significance by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada under the Heritage Railway Stations Protections Act. The Festival of the Sound is one of Canada’s premier destinations for classical and jazz music. The Festival is held annually from mid-July to mid-August at a variety of venues including the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts; The Island Queen Cruise Ship; Chippewa Cruise Ship; St. Andrew’s Presbyterian; Seguin Valley Golf Club and more. The Festival Office offers local tourism information, public facilities, space to lock bicycles(secure during office hours), historic sites, close up live train-viewing area(indoor and outdoor), architectural building, historic building, local history, arts gallery, gift shop and of course opportunity to purchase Festival of the Sound event tickets and more!
Operating from May through October out of Parry Sound’s beautiful downtown waterfront in the Heart of the 30,000 Islands, Georgian Bay Airways proudly offers a modern fleet of seaplanes to service your flying needs.
Sightseeing Air Tours, Our Signature “Fly & Dine” to World Famous Henry’s Fish Restaurant, Charters, and Flying Adventures are just a sample of the Georgian Bay Airways experience.
Discover the exhilarating joy of a visit to Harmony Outdoor Inn. Enjoy the excitement of luxurious camping in our glamping tents or the peaceful decadence of our Bed and Breakfast rooms. Choose from all your favourite outdoor activities in any of Ontario’s beautiful seasons. Connect with nature through our outdoor programming. Experience kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and biking during spring, summer and fall. From summertime mornings on our waterfront deck, sunset stand up paddleboarding, and full-day kayak tours on stunning Georgian Bay, your days will be filled with outdoor adventure and fun. In the winter season, enjoy snowshoeing at Harmony, cross country skiing, and fat biking just ten minutes away at Georgian Nordic ski club. For those of you who just want total relaxation, you may decide to simply relax in a waterfront hammock in the summer or sit by the fire in the winter, watching the snow falling outside. It’s up to you to fill your day with as much adventure as you choose. Enjoy a few unhurried days of harmony, you’ll always return for more.