Parry Sound offers three picturesque golf courses to test your skills – if you can pay attention. Each course’s fairways have been planned to maximize the unique and stunning views that the Canadian Shield offers. Some fees include golf carts and all offer clubs for rent.
The Ridge at Manitou is proud to be a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, which means in addition to amazing golf, the course is managed and monitored to ensure the protection of local water quality, fish, woodlands and wildlife. Green fees include a power cart. Meals at the clubhouse are always a special occasion.
Depending on the time of year, Northern Pike, Smallmouth & Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Walleye/Pickerel and Lake Trout are available.
In order to fish in Ontario, everyone requires an Outdoors Card if they are at least 18 years old. Canadians over the age of 65 are exempt. If you are a non-resident, you require a separate fishing licence tag.
In Parry Sound, fishing can be as easy as walking across the street from 40 Bay Street Bed & Breakfast and throwing in your line at the mouth of the Seguin River.
The Best 48 Hours in Parry Sound
Today starts with the same itinerary from the Parry Sound Overview, arriving by mid-day and spending the afternoon on the Island Queen boat cruise, walking along the Fitness Trail and dining at one of the Bay Street waterfront restaurants.
The next morning after a great breakfast, your day begins with filling a cooler with a picnic lunch. Just north of Parry Sound is Killbear Provincial Park (you would have seen the Park during yesterday’s boat cruise). On your way
If you would prefer to use the two wheels of a bicycle, most of the hiking trails mentioned on the Hiking page are multi-use and can be used by cyclists.
Parry Sound has become a member of the Ontario By Bike Network, and offers bike shops like Parry Sound Bikes who provide repairs and rentals with recommended itineraries, approved accommodations, food services and tourist attractions that welcome and provide assistance to cyclists.