Spreading over 70 kilometres of shoreline, Tiny Township is here to prove you that the word “tiny” has nothing to do with the concept of this township.
Tiny Township is the true pearl of Georgian Bay – a hidden paradise with vast and abundant ridges, farmland, shoreline and forest.
Located in the southern Georgian Bay, east of Midland and west of Springwater Township and Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, this place is slowly but steadily growing up in population every year. In the past, Tiny Township was only good for a cottage, but years went by and the township developed slowly, and today it is considered as a quite nice place for a year-round living. As a result, nowadays, Tiny Township is encouraging individuals with home-based business to think about moving to this place where they can work without limitations and enjoy nature’s beauty.
At the moment, there are about 10,780 residents living in Tiny Township and most of them have populated the five official settlements of the township. In addition, it is estimated that about 17,000 seasonal residents visit the place just to enjoy the marvelous view of the scenic ridges and all other natural beauties that Tiny has to offer.
Due to the peacefulness it offers, Tiny Township is mostly populated by retired residents, nature lovers and people who have decided to choose the rural lifestyle for themselves and their families.
Tiny Township is putting a great emphasis on diversity – although it is a small community, Tiny is a place where three cultures (Native, French, Brittish) are intertwined into one perfect mix. It is also a bilingual community – the area was first populated by Quebec families who moved there due to the fertile and inexpensive farmland.
Moreover, Tiny Township is paying a great respect to its cultural heritage and works on strategies for preservation of the cultural heritage and improving the quality of life.
Concerning popular places to visit in Tiny Township, there are two sites that one must not miss. First, the Awenda Provincial Park in the norheast, which offers amazing landscapes along with 31 kilometres of hiking trails. Awenda gives you an opportunity to go for a walk, swim or cycle, to try yourselves at canoeing and set up a tent in one of the 6 public campgrounds. The second one is Tiny Marsh Provincial Wildfire Area where you can go for a quest through the marsh and experience a true adventure.
Tiny also has an abundance of beautiful beaches among which the most visited are Balm Beach, Jackson Park, Lafontaine Beach Park, Woodland Beach and Bluewater Beach.
For sports lovers, Tiny offers a great deal of facilities and recreational programs that are maintained by local volunteers who are always willing to improve everything that can be used for recreation and relaxation. Tiny also has golf courses, shuffleboards and tennis courts.
All in all, although it seems small, Tiny has everything that a you can wish for to be satisfied with your life, and that makes this township big, and your heart full.