Nestled between the Wye River to the west, Highway 400 and Waubaushene to the east, Vasey Road (County Rd. 23) to the south and the shores of Georgian Bay to the north, Tay Township includes the villages of Port McNicoll, Victoria Harbour, Waubaushene and Waverley.
Tucked between its beautiful Georgian Bay waterfront and Highway 12 just 10 minutes to Midland and 5 minutes to Highway 400, Victoria Harbour has attracted many new home developers in recent years. 2,600 permanent and seasonal residents. Complete with a library, community centre, Liquor Store, Foodland and stunning waterfront, it’s home to nearly 2600 and appealing to families and empty nesters alike.
Port McNicoll, home to 2,500 permanent and seasonal residents, is located just west of Victoria Harbour and just minutes to Midland and Penetanguishene. With residential and commercial redevelopment downtown and along the waterfront, projects like restoring the SS Keewatin as a maritime museum is breathing new life into this historic community.
A highly sought-after destination that appeals to those who love the outdoors, Tay’s idyllic blend has something for everyone… young and old. Whether seeking a community with more affordable homes, schools, parks and a family-friendly environment for their children or empty nesters looking to downsize close to a great hospital, good shopping and local services, Tay has it all.
The picturesque landscape of Tiny is located on the peninsula that separates Severn Sound and Nottawasaga Bay at the south end of Georgian Bay, With 70 kilometres of Georgian Bay beaches and waterfront, plus some of Central Ontario’s most beautiful trails and white sand beaches, it truly appeals to those who love an active lifestyle.
The year-round population of 11,000 expands to 20,000 during the summer months. Lafontaine with its culturally strong Francophone history, Perkinsfield, Wyevale, Wyebridge and Toanche are Tiny’s primary residential communities although waterside neighbourhoods dot the shoreline from Wasaga Beach all the way around the peninsula to Penetanguishene. Home to young families, small businesses, seasonal visitors and snowbirds, these communities range from well-maintained waterfront cottages and new executive homes to more affordable bungalows nestled into wooded lots within walking distance of the lake.
Like Wasaga Beach, Tiny has some of the best sandy beaches in Central Ontario and as it has for decades, continues to attract those who love life by the shore. Providing an appealing blend of farms and diverse, environmentally focused communities, Tiny Township is an economically sustainable region for seeking a healthy family lifestyle.
With something for every budget, appetite for outdoor adventure and sandy beaches - one thing that Muskoka doesn’t have – come and explore all that Tiny has to offer. Maybe this is the right place… whether for a week, a month, a season or longer.
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