Nestled on Ontario’s dazzling Georgian Bay, Midland ranks as one of Ontario’s most popular travel destinations. While the annual population of Midland is approximately 16,800 during the summer months the area is home to near 100,000 visitors. Popular attractions include Georgian Bay, home to 30,000 tiny islands that pepper the southern end of this body of water. This is the largest collection of freshwater islands in the world. We are so proud of our natural beauty that the trumpeter swan is our town’s symbol, and a large swan statue can be found by the town harbour.
With its stunning location on the water it is no wonder that Midland is a popular place for marinas, yachting, cottages a wide selection of water sports, and outdoor pursuits like walking, hiking, and mountain biking.
There are a number of popular sights for travelers to our area, including:
- Ontario’s only Catholic shrine of pilgrimage: Martyr’s Shrine
- The first recreated Indian village in Canada, Huronia Museum & Ouendat Village
- Ontario’s first European fortress
- The prevalent housing of indoor murals in Canada
- Little Lake Park
- Farmers and artesian markets
- Golfing – Midland Golf & Country Club, Brooklea Golf & Country Club
- Midland Boat Cruises
- Castle Village Amusement Park
- Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre
- Nature & Walking trails
- Toronto Events
If you are looking for a perfect choice for a romantic weekend away, a fun excursion for the entire family, or a retreat to the quiet pace of small town Ontario, we look forward to your visit and look forward to being your home away from home.