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Destination: Parry Sound

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Getting to know Parry Sound

Parry Sound lies on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay, at the mouth of the Seguin River. Founded in the mid-19th century, it was named after William Parry, the Arctic explorer. Its deep-water harbor in Parry Sound and its location as the crossroads of two transcontinental railroads have both fostered the town’s development as a center for trade of the surrounding lumber and mining materials. Acting as a gateway to the Thirty Thousand Islands of Georgian Bay, Parry Sound is also a popular summer vacation spot.

Our All-inclusive Visit

Traversing the “inland ocean” of the Georgian Bay, we will dock at the charming waterfront town of Parry Sound. Its beautiful beaches, parks, and trails fall within a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, supporting sustainable development of Georgian Bay’s terrestrial, marine, and coastal ecosystems. The area boasts several Provincial Parks for canoeing and kayaking, hiking, fishing, and nature walks.

Destination: Parry Sound

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Getting to know Parry Sound

Parry Sound lies on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay, at the mouth of the Seguin River. Founded in the mid-19th century, it was named after William Parry, the Arctic explorer. Its deep-water harbor in Parry Sound and its location as the crossroads of two transcontinental railroads have both fostered the town’s development as a center for trade of the surrounding lumber and mining materials. Acting as a gateway to the Thirty Thousand Islands of Georgian Bay, Parry Sound is also a popular summer vacation spot.

Our All-inclusive Visit

Traversing the “inland ocean” of the Georgian Bay, we will dock at the charming waterfront town of Parry Sound. Its beautiful beaches, parks, and trails fall within a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, supporting sustainable development of Georgian Bay’s terrestrial, marine, and coastal ecosystems. The area boasts several Provincial Parks for canoeing and kayaking, hiking, fishing, and nature walks.

More about Parry Sound…

Parry Sound is the birthplace of hockey legend Bobby Orr, the namesake of the local community center and the town’s own Bobby Orr Hall of Fame.