The largest community in the Parry Sound region, the town of Parry Sound is located on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay 100 km south of Sudbury and 225 km north of Toronto. Popular with boaters and cottagers alike, Parry Sound and its surrounding 30,000 islands offer water enthusiasts a fantastic natural playground full of rocky shores, wind swept pines and Georgian Bay Lighthouses.
Enjoy a guided cruise of the 30,000 islands aboard the Island Queen or the M.V. Chippewa III or a flight-seeing adventure to a popular area restaurant or fishing hole with Georgian Bay Airways.
Paddle the rocky shoreline of nearby Killbear Provincial Park in your sea kayak, or let a White Squall Paddling Centre guide show you the way.
If motorsports are your thing, Parry Sound is the place to be in July. Hosts of the World Enduro Canadian Championships and the annual Sport Bike Rally; Parry Sound is a mecca for motorsports.
The Charles W. Stockey Centre is home to the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame and the annual Festival of the Sound, bringing world class contemporary, classical and jazz music to the shores of Georgian Bay each summer.
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