Deep waters, west wind, white pine and gneiss rock islands: an iconic landscape that’s worth protecting.
Georgian Bay is famous for its rugged shoreline, sand beaches, windswept pines, and clear blue water. This is the largest freshwater archipelago in the world and is locally known as the “30,000 Islands.”
With over 7000 hectares of scenic natural and wilderness landscape, Point Grondine Park is an Amazing Place.
Soon you will again be able to step into the life of a honeybee at the apiary –new location pending!