Midland and Penetanguishene
The sister towns of Midland and Penetanguishene form the gateway to the Southern Georgian Bay region, an adventure playground with clear waters, lush forests and an abundance of nature trails.
People have been attracted to these towns for thousands of years. From the Indigenous Huron-Wendat people to today's vibrant French community, marvel at how Midland and Penetanguishene bring the past to life in the modern age.
Where is Midland and Penetanguishene?
Midland and Penetanguishene are part of Simcoe County, on the eastern point of Georgian Bay.
Both these towns are located an approximate two-hour drive north of Toronto via Highway 400 and Highway 93, formerly known as Penetanguishene Road.
Things to do in Midland and Penetanguishene
Don’t miss the butter tart festival
Visit a wildlife centre
Explore a provincial park
Enjoy nature trails
Learn local culture and history
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Last updated: November 20, 2023