Nancy Island Lighthouse

Nancy Island Lighthouse Nancy Island Historic Site has been a historic site since 1928, and it is the most accessible site in Simcoe County and the Georgian Bay region during the War of 1812. It commemorates HMS Nancy’s combat against three American schooners on August 14, 1814, during the War of 1812. The charred wreck … Read more

Oakview Woods

Oakview Woods Wasaga Beach The Oakview Woods Outdoor Complex, located at 1724 Mosley Street, is a lovely park with lots of things to do all year, including hiking trails, playgrounds, sport and activity areas, and gardens in the spring and fall. The Oakview Woods leisure complex on Mosley Street at 42nd Street features an information … Read more

Schoonertown Parkette

Schoonertown Parkette Schoonertown Parkette History Lt. Worsley and his crew built their winter quarters four miles from the mouth of the Nottawasaga River after capturing the American boats the Tigress and Scorpion in September 1814. With the end of the War of 1812, plans to build a naval base at Penetanguishene were shelved.Schooner Town’s quarters … Read more

Allenwood Beach

Allenwood Beach Simcoe County is home to Allenwood Beach. New Wasaga Beach is close by, as is Allenwood Beach. Allenwood Beach Reviews A lovely sandy beach that is ideal for families. When entering the water, the water level is a little high, and there are roughly 1.5 metres of small stones to go over. Along … Read more

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park – Beach Area 1

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park – Beach Area 1 Wasaga Beach is not just the world’s longest freshwater beach, with 14 kilometres of safe, sandy beach, but the sunsets are also spectacular. Wasaga Beach is Canada’s first provincial park to get the worldwide “Blue Flag” recognition for environmental stewardship. Visit www.BlueFlag.ca for additional details. This 6.8-hectare … Read more

Klondike Park

Klondike Park Wasaga Beach Wasaga Beach’s Klondike Sports Park offers a variety of sporting facilities for both team and recreational play.The complex, which is located at 1888 Klondike Park Road, consists of the following buildings: There are five full-size ball diamonds in this set. There are four full-size soccer fields. There are six small soccer … Read more