Places to stay in Balm Beach, Ontario

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Tiny is a township, part of Simcoe County in south-central Ontario. The Township of Tiny can be found in the Southern Georgian Bay region and is approximately 43 miles long or 160 square miles . Local restaurants include Surf Family Restaurant, MC Sushi Asian Restaurant, Harvey's Restaurants, and A&W Midland.

Wondering where to stay? The town is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations, though there are a few nearby motels. If you are travelling in the area, Balm Beach is located close to Peekaboo Point, Bands Island, Fingertip Rock, Pretty River and Holly.

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The Balm Beach Resort

Photograph of Balm Beach Resort, Balm Beach
Balm Beach is part of the worlds longest fresh water beach and is one of Georgian Bays best kept secrets. We are known for our white sand beaches and crystal clear blue water. Have fun enjoying Balm Beach area attractions by day then relax around our campfire in the evening. You'll have Memories .....

Other local Balm Beach information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -79°59'53.181
  • Latitude: 44°41'37.528

Things to see and do

Elmvale Jungle Zoo

Located at Hwy 27. An exciting and educational adventure. Over 300 animals from around the world in the natural surrounding of the zoos 25 acres site.

Discovery Harbour

Located at 93 Jury Drive. Discovery Harbour is a picturesque 19th-century site that re-creates the days of the British navy and military on beautiful Penetanguishene Bay. Visitors can tour the heritage properties and explore the life of sailors, shipwrights, soldiers, and officers at this historic outpost built to defend Upper Canada. Discovery Harbour is also home of the King's Wharf Theatre and historic ships H.M.S. Tecumseth and Bee.

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