Fishing Lodges & Resorts
Fishing Charters & Guides
River Fishing Lodges
Other Great Sites
Bay, Ontario is considered by many to be one of the most
beautiful places in North America. Considered to be the 6th Great Lake,
the Georgian Bay area has over 30,000 islands with over two thousand
kilometers of shore.
Hiking, fishing, sailing, caving, shopping, or going to the theatre are
all on the agenda when you visit the Georgian Bay area. Towering cliffs,
clear waters, and pine trees abound as you get to commune with nature at
its most unspoiled state in Canada.
Transportation is up to you. If you prefer to travel by sailboat, kayak,
bicycle, motorcycle, or car, you can find each mode being utilized in
the area. Visit the lighthouses along the coastline, beach hop and comb
for treasure, or try your luck for one of the many different types of
sport fish found along the many waterways Georgian Bay has to offer.
pike, and smallmouth bass are just a few of the species that can find
their way onto the menu, if you can manage to catch them. Fishing is a
very popular activity and you can fish independently, or choose one of
the many successful guide services in the area.
Tour the area in a glass bottom boat, hike 15 meters up in the trees,
tour the many waterfalls, explore caves, or sail in the North Channel, a
world famous sailing area. Hike along Canada’s oldest and longest
footpath, the Bruce Trail, that will take you through a Biosphere
Reserve and give you some of the best views that there are of Georgian
Georgian Bay Township is a municipality in the Muskoka District, in
south central Ontario, Canada. Found on the Severn River where it
empties into Georgian Bay, the fishing at this confluence is deservedly
Honey Harbour serves as a jumping off point to access one of the many
different beautiful cottages found scattered amongst the 30,000 islands
that are found throughout Georgian Bay. In Honey Harbour, you can find
the necessities at the grocery, post office, bakery, Church, or liquor
Discovery Harbour is found on scenic Penetanguishene Bay and is a step
back in time. The village is a recreation dedicated to the 19th century
period when the British Navy and Military were a fixture in Central
Ontario. With replica British Sailing Ships and historic properties,
there is living history to experience.
Georgian Bay is the perfect family holiday with something to do for
everyone. You can spend your time seeing history, exploring the
wilderness, or communing with nature up close and personal on the water
fishing, sailing, or kayaking.
With literally thousands of cottages strewn about the many hamlets in
the region, you can find your dream vacation spot, and start planning
what you will do not only this year, but what you are going to have left
to see and do the next time to come back to visit Georgian Bay.