Destination: Parry Sound, Ontario
Featured on Lake Huron Cruises
Traveling to the Georgian Bay's eastern shore, each Parry Sound cruise takes you to a scenic town that's been designated as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Located at the mouth of the Seguin River, Parry Sound is also part of an area known as the "Thirty Thousand Islands." All together, the Thirty Thousand Islands make up the world's largest archipelago. They take up nearly 900 thousand acres of land, ensuring each cruise to the area has lots to explore.
Explore the town of Parry Sound
While the area around Parry Sound is one of it's biggest tourism draws, the town itself offers quite a bit to do. In town, you can explore places like the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame, a tribute to the famous hockey player. Alternatively, a host of festivals are available year round, like the Festival of Sound. Head to Downtown Parry Sound for great eats, art galleries, and boutique shopping. Regardless of how you like to spend your time, Parry Sound is sure to entertain.
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Best things to do in Parry Sound, Ontario
Visit the Museum on Tower Hill
This museum details the history of Parry Sound, from its roots in the logging industry to shipwrecks that have happened nearby. It's found right in the middle of the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve, and also features popular places like the Heritage Gardens and the Tower Hill Lookout.
Learn about a local hero at the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame
Bobby Orr is a widely renowned hockey player, arguably one of the best of all time. He was born in Parry Sound, and spent his early days playing hockey here. Today, this museum pays tribute to him and other sports heroes from Parry Sound. It's located right next to the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, so one you've had your fill of sports, you can try to catch a local show next door.