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Top 10 Amazing Place in the Georgian Bay Biosphere revealed

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The Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve has released the top ten amazing places in our area.  From over 50 public nominations of locations in the region, ten Amazing Places have been selected for this year.  This summer, visitors and residents in eastern Georgian Bay are encouraged to make this their most amazing summer yet by exploring some very special places.  GBBR Project Manager Brittany Mahnke says they are impressed by how many people submitted nominations as some spots were nominated for their geology and other for their fascinating cultural history.  Information about each site will be featured on a specific day all summer at starting today with the French River Gorge.

10 Amazing Places in the Georgian Bay Biosphere

July 4. French River Gorge: Stunning views of the French River from the huge span of the pedestrian bridge. An award-winning visitor centre awaits you.

July 11. Henrietta Point, Franklin Island: Feel the wilderness of wild Georgian Bay. Close to access points for boating and paddling.

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July 18. Twin Points Trail, Killbear Provincial Park: Excellent hiking in a Provincial Park with geological hotspots and a secluded sand beach.

July 25. Fitness Trail, Parry Sound: The perfect way to experience Parry Sound! A wide, flat trail made from a former railway bed, for walking, nature photography, cycling or beach access.

Aug 1. Tower Hill & Park: Historic landscaped gardens and paths & a 96-foot tower to climb that provides great views of Parry Sound harbour. The grounds have picnic tables, ponds, and access to the Museum.

Aug 8. Round House, Depot Harbour: Well known but rarely explored, the Round House is part of a “ghost town” that is located on Wasauksing First Nation.

Aug 15. The Seguin Trail: Part of the Park-to-Park trail system that offers multiple access points and multi-use for many types of adventure! Explore the side-trails in Humphrey for a family daytrip.

Aug 22. Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh: A signature Canadian experience. From the spring to the fall watch how cranberries grow & get harvested and sample delicious cranberry products.

Aug 29. McCrae Lake: Proclaimed to have the “most comfortable rocks” in the world! Also known for excellent fishing.

Sept 5. Christian Beach, Beausoleil Island: A wonderful beach for swimming, reading and perfect for a family picnic with hiking trails nearby.

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