40 Bay Street Bed and Breakfast - Things to See and Do in Parry Sound
Bearclaw Tours provides half-day, guided ATV adventures. All equipment (ATV, helmets, goggles and gloves), safety instruction, and refreshments and snacks are supplied. Experienced guides take riders along private trails that cross long forgotten pioneer passages, secret lakes and awesome forests.
Boat and Jet-skiing
From motorboats to sailboats, jet-skis to large yachts, you will see everything in Georgian Bay and the Parry Sound Harbour! This area is home to two boat manufacturing companies. – Stanley Boats and Connor Industries, and The Parry Sound Squadron and Sailing School. With many marinas offering gas, repairs, dockage and storage, everyone will find what they are looking for. If you have a boat operator’s license, it is possible to rent a motorboat from one of several suppliers in the area.
Cruze Club Car Nites
Every Tuesday evening from May until September come and check out an incredible collection of classic cars and sports bikes and speak to their owners about the special features and restoration challenges of these wonderful vehicles.
Most regional roads and highways in the area paved, making them great for a motorcycle ride. Whether you are looking for a 7 day adventure around Georgian Bay, a multi-day, 1,000 km route or a one day taste of what the roads are like, it's all available right here!
The member clubs of the Parry Sound Snowmobile District operate a trail network of over 1,100 kilometers containing both a mix of looping or family trails along with several Trans Ontario Provincial (TOP) Trails. Trails span from the Moon River in the South to the Key River in the North and from Georgian Bay in the East to Hwy 11 in the West. There are several companies that rent snowmobiles and equipment if you don’t have your own.