Kayaking 30,000 Islands -Photo by Simon Martin on Flickr
Many scenic landscapes to experience in Georgian Bay -Photo by Oliver Van Straaten on Flickr
Canoeing 30,000 Islands -Photo by Koda Phil on Flickr
Fall Colours -Photo by Holy Smokes on Flickr
Snowshoeing Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre - 10 kms of designated trails
Georgian Bay Island National Park
Tay Shore Trail –18.5 km - Waubaushene to Midland (Running, Walking, Hiking, Cycling, Roller Blading)
Cross Country Skiing - Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre - 22 kms of groomed trails
Golf Midland and Area - 3 beautiful Golf Courses within a 20 minute drive
Golden Sword Island -Photo by Corbeau du Nord on Flickr
Killarney Canoe -Photo by Royal Olive on Flickr
Up the Islands -Photo by Tommac
Tranquility -Photo by Mary on Flickr
Touch of Fall -Photo by Mary on Flickr
Summer Wine -Photo by Mary on Flickr
Sleeping Boys on Rocks -Photo by Chantal1968 on Flickr
On Golden Pond -Photo by Mary on Flickr
Miss Midland boat cruise -Photo by Morris on Flickr
Kitchikewana -Photo by Mighty Canadian on Flickr
Pristine water, on the largest inland freshwater beach in the World
Balm Beach - Beautiful Sunsets
Awenda beach -Pristine water, fabulous sunsets on the largest inland freshwater beach in the World -Photo by Care Bear on Flickr
Beautiful sunsets along the beach -Photo by Alex-Murphy on Flickr
Two Ski Resorts within 30/20 minutes of our B&B - Horseshoe Valley & Mount St Louis/Moonstone
Dog sledding nearby
Outstanding area for Hiking or Backpacking
Discovery Harbour, on scenic Penetanguishene Bay, will take you back in time to the presence of British naval and military forces in Central Ontario. -Photo by Janihajos77ota on Flickr
Marine Railway Big Chute - It is the only marine railway of its kind in North America.
The murals of Midland are one of Ontario's largest and most beautiful outdoor galleries.
The Shrine honours the eight Jesuit saints who lived, worked and died here over 350 years ago. -Photo by Luke1946 on Flickr
Explore this recreated, 17th century French Jesuit mission headquarters and experience
the interaction of the French and native Wendat Huron nation. -Midland -Photo by bob439 on Flickr
Huronia Museum - Ouendat Village - Recreation of the Huron Village AD 1500-1600. -Midland -Photo by Mona Guayaca on Flickr
Visit the 1875 Lumber Office and the original General Store. Learn about the importance of the logging industry in the town’s beginnings.
Enjoy the fresh air as you canoe through the marsh or just take a leisurely walk in the woods. -Photo by Miss Abitibi on Flickr
Departing from the Penetanguishene Harbour, enjoy the fabulous vistas and crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay.
Take a Sightseeing Cruise, experience the sparkling water, the windswept pines and rocky grandeur of Muskoka-Georgian Bay's 30,000 islands.
Georgian Bay -Photo by Ken Lewis on Flickr
Southern Georgian Bay - Fresh water, scenic landscapes. -Photo by Dsills on Flickr
Georgian Bay lighthouse -Photo by Chantal1968 on Flickr
Inukshuk at Honey Harbour -Photo by John Shardalow on Flickr
Downtown Midland - quaint small town shopping
A wonderful range of offerings from boutiques to bakeries to contemporary furniture stores and specialty tea rooms.
We look forward to seeing you at Tucked Inn the Harbour!
Harry & Carol Gerstheimer,
would like to welcome you to
“Tucked Inn the Harbour Bed and Breakfast”
Fine Restaurants & Eateries
Historical Sites & Museums
Performing Arts & Galleries
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