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  • Bear Claw ATV Tours - Parry Sound
    Georgian Bay's Ultimate Adventure, a guided half-day adventures last 3-4 hours and are perfect for a morning or afternoon diversion. Explore some long forgotten pioneer trails and see some out of the way lakes, cranberry bogs and ... if you are lucky ... a bear or moose or two! The Canadian Shield is ever present in the tour. Drive along some craggy outcrops as well as over around and under the very mantle of the north. The trip is punctuated with regular stops of interest and places to relax and just take in all the Georgian Bay area has to offer. (705) 746-9481
  • Bobby Orr Hall of Fame - Parry Sound
    The Bobby Orr Hall of Fame offers fun and excitement for the entire family. Play interactive slap shot and goalie games, hockey trivia and more. Share in the excitement of Bobby's accomplishments, see Bobby Orr's hockey memorabilia and photos. Fun birthday party and special event packages are available for kids of all ages.
  • Festival of The Sound
    Festival of the Sound brings world class chamber music and jazz to the shores of Georgian Bay.

    Parry Sound, Ontario (705) 746-2410.

  • Georgian Bay Airways
    Operating out of Parry Sound's beautiful downtown waterfront in the Heart of the 30,000 Islands, Georgian Bay Airways Ltd. proudly offers a modern fleet of seaplanes. Sightseeing Air Tours, Fly & Dines, Charters, and Flying Adventures are just a sample of the Georgian Bay Airways experience (705)774-9884

  • Georgian Nordic Ski Club
    Upcoming event at Georgian Nordic just north of Parry Sound on Hwy 124 Georgian Nordic Ski Swap - Wax Fundraiser. Saturday, November 30. Annual Cross country ski wax fundraiser. 9 to 1pm. Get your skis professionally prepped by racing team technicians. For only 25.00 a pair. Drop off your skis that are for sale or pick up other cross country skiing gear at the Swap, which takes place on the same day. Also, sign up your kids for Jackrabbits, sign up for Women on skis. Lots happening this winter at your local ski club. We are expecting snow this weekend, of course. (705) 746-5067

  • Parkinson Superwalk
    When: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 Where: Belvedere Heights, 21 Belvedere Ave., Parry Sound Contact: Alejandro Alas, 1-800-565-3000 ext: 3392.
    Parkinson SuperWalk is Canada's only nationwide fundraiser in support of Canadians living with Parkinson's. Join us this September as part of a cross-Canada movement of communities committed to changing the course of Parkinson's in Canada. Commit to join 10,000 participants bonded together by their vision of a world without Parkinson's. To register yourself or a team or to volunteer, visit online at or call Parkinson Canada at 1-800-565-3000.

  • White Squall
    White Squall was born in 1985 with the simple desire to share the outdoors and paddling with others. Beginners of all ages, experience the fun of paddling with us in a quiet and easy way. Leaders in sea kayak instruction & tripping. FREE Test Paddling is always available daily at the Paddling Centre in season. Cole Lake is beautiful and warm and calm (most days!) - launch a kayak or canoe at the beach, & paddle around Cole Lake to your hearts content! (705) 342-5324

  • 30,000 Island Cruise Lines
    Canada's largest sightseeing Cruise Ship in Parry Sound, Ontario. (705) 746-2311


The Different Ways of Enjoying Parry Sound Attractions


The town of Parry Sound lies on the south of Ontario, Canada where the scars of the economic decline brought about by the accidental razing of the nearby town of Depot Harbour and the aftermath of World War II are barely visible. The place is now a bustling metropolis thriving on its tourism industry fueled by the Parry Sound attractions all year round. Proof of the lure of Parry Sound is in the artworks of Tom Thomson (1877-1917) and the Group of Seven artists.


The Sound Dragon Boat Festival is just one of the many Parry Sound attractions. The boat festival along the pure and clean Georgian Bay draws spectators from all over the world. Georgian Bay is the largest freshwater archipelago in the world. People go there to enjoy live entertainment, dragon boat races, lively beach parties and buy the crafts displayed in the many booths. Year-round, Georgian Bay has proven to be one of the irresistible Parry Sound attractions.


The Parry Sound golf course is picturesque as well as challenging. Tee off times can be reserved in advance. In the west, the Parry Sound District Museum at the 96 foot observation tower is another of the interesting Parry Sound attractions. This is open Thursdays and Saturdays. Families will enjoy the sights overlooking the sound, and will be amazed at the vast collection of artifacts displayed in the museum.


Sightseeing is not complete until you see more of Parry Sound attractions. Get a boat cruise along the channels of the 30,000 islands of Georgian Bay. In Depot Harbor, one can relive the ghastly experience of the accident fire that gutted the entire town. The remains are all there to be seen. In Market Square, visitors can visit the Fire Hall where the original bell sounded the nightly curfews during World War II. During summer, the Fire Hall is open to the public.


There are other activities for those who want water sports like kayaking and canoeing. Art and music lovers have the Artemis Gallery or Loon Studios for fun filled afternoons. There are still more of Parry Sound attractions in store for you.


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