Tiny Township is well known for its beaches: Balm, Bluewater, Cawaja, and Wahnekewaning to name just a few. It is located on the peninsula that separates Severn Sound and Nottawasaga Bay at the south end of Georgian Bay, with a coastline of some 70 kilometres. Tiny is home to Awenda Provincial Park on Georgian Bay at the north end, and the Tiny Marsh Provincial Wildlife Area, source of the Wye River, in the south.
To the east is Tay Township which includes the towns of Port McNicholl, Victoria Harbour, and Waubushene. This can be a less expensive area in which to find a waterfront, but still enjoy beautiful views across the Bay.
Midland and Penetanguishene provide the area shopping, banks, theatres, hospital, etc. Midland has the Cultural Centre and Penetanguishene has the King’s Wharf Theatre. Both provide a variety of top notch entertainment. There is also a Cineplex in Midland.
North of Midland is the small town of Lafontaine, host of the annual Festival du Loup, a festival of francophone music and culture, which celebrates the death of a wolf that terrorised the village in the 19th century.
Throughout the area are many wonderful marinas. The waters are filled by picturesque sail and power boats wending their way to overnight anchorages at nearby islands, or through the 30,000 islands on their way to the famed North Channel.