10 Things to Do in Parry Sound That You Shouldn't Miss
Discover the best top things to do in Parry Sound, Canada including Massasauga Provincial Park, Bobby Orr Hall Of Fame, The Museum on Tower Hill, Chippewa III, Parry Sound and Area Community Apiary, Killbear Provincial Park, Waubuno Beach, Oastler Lake Provincial Park, Tower Hill Heritage Garden, Georgian Nordic Ski and Canoe Club.
1. Massasauga Provincial Park
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Reviewed By 772bassams - Revelstoke, CanadaRevelstoke, Canada
Amazing Place To Visit
If you love to camp and don't mind roughing it then this is an excellent place to visit especially with a canoe or kayak. The part is a water access only park and the interior lakes and camp sites are only accessible by canoe or kayak. the natural beauty
2. Bobby Orr Hall Of Fame
4.5 based on 83 reviews
Reviewed By joannehP3317PB - Kleinburg, CanadaKleinburg, Canada
Hockey Fan must see
If you and your family are hockey fans and are visiting the Parry Sound area you really must take time to visit the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame.They have done a great job putting together Bobby's story and weaving together an exhibit that's interesting for you
3. The Museum on Tower Hill
4 based on 65 reviews
We are located in Tower Hill Park at the base of Parry Sound's 96-foot Look-Out tower overlooking Beautiful Georgian Bay. The Museum features a changing calendar of exhibits in three galleries. Exhibits feature an extensive collection of local artifacts connected to the history of the Parry Sound District. Themes include Natural and Cultural history trapping, First Nations, nautical shipping, Logging, Agriculture and Contagion. Fine arts and special exhibits are offered throughout the year in our two temporary galleries. We offer family rates and special family events throughout the year. We have plenty of picnic tables and one of the best views in town, come spend the day with us.
Reviewed By chait1788 - Whitby, CanadaWhitby, Canada
Amazing views of the Bay
The lookout was a nice climb giving you wonderful views of the Bay and Parry Sound. Its a good spot to take photographs. I got a winter view with the bay frozen and it looked beautiful. I would assume fall would be equally beautiful if not better.
4. Chippewa III
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Reviewed By SFBzoo - Sacramento, CaliforniaSacramento, California
It was a lovely afternoon on the bay. The history of the boat made it enjoyable. The people were friendly. It was nice to see the shore and all the beautiful summer homes.
5. Parry Sound and Area Community Apiary
5 based on 20 reviews
The Parry Sound and Area Community Apiary, home to honey bee hives, will be used for Canadore College’s beekeeping-related programming, as an educational resource for primary and secondary schools and by local organizations. Join us for honeybee education, visit to the apiary, and honey tasting.
Reviewed By ASharpe161 - Midland, CanadaMidland, Canada
A sweet date!
Here for a kid- free weekend, we enjoyed an hour of bee education, apiary tour and honey tasting. Peter is passionate and knowledgeable as an expert bee keeper and instructor. Conversation about bees and bee/pollinator-friendly flowers have been slipping
6. Killbear Provincial Park
4.5 based on 384 reviews
Reviewed By SMP1212 - Toronto, CanadaToronto, Canada
Went for a visit during the thanksgiving weekend. Nice hike to lookout point (3.5Km loop). Sunset rocks, the windswept pine and the beach there are spectacular. Will have to definitely visit in the summer.
7. Waubuno Beach
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Reviewed By 248elisabethk
We enjoyed a gorgeous sunset on the small, sandy beach. The area was clean and had a climber for kids nearby. There is a little trail across a bridge to a tiny island which is lovely as well.
8. Oastler Lake Provincial Park
3.5 based on 74 reviews
Reviewed By My2cents-adviser - Horsham, United KingdomHorsham, United Kingdom
Beware of train noise, but convenient for Parry Sound
We stayed here with our RV and had a good pitch with elec and water not far from water. Lovely lake to swim and fish, average washrooms (showers could do with revamping). No shop to speak of at all but only 5 minutes drive from Parry Sound which has lots
9. Tower Hill Heritage Garden
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Unique to Northern Ontario, the public display garden is nestled in the trees atop a hill overlooking Parry Sound on Georgian Bay. Built in the late 1920's, the municipally owned garden features a network of original flagstone paths connecting rock gardens, goldfish pond and raised pedestal sundial, enhanced by flowering shrubs and perennials.The expansive view from the Tower is worth the climb.
Reviewed By normad330 - Hamilton, CanadaHamilton, Canada
Lovely gardens with a lovely view!
The gardens are small but lovely, with a fish pond with gold koi swimming about! The Tower Lookout is very tall!!! I didn't go up due to my fear of heights, my husband only made up to the second level. Gorgeous view of the entire Sound. Also a lovely muse
10. Georgian Nordic Ski and Canoe Club
5 based on 8 reviews
Reviewed By Peter W - Parry Sound, CanadaParry Sound, Canada
Cross country skiing near Parry Sound
Well groomed trails from easy to moderate skill level. Classic tracks are set and skating is wide enough on most trails. Lots of intersections make for an interesting ski. Well marked trails, always knowing how far I was from the cozy staffed chalet.