If a summer in the woods is what you seek, come to Sun Retreats Penetanguishene! Nestled in the lush hardwood forests of Tiny, Ontario, Sun Retreats Penetanguishene is an ideal destination for woodsy explorers.
At Lafontaine, you'll find ample opportunity for hiking, biking, and picnicking. Additionally, there are plenty family-friendly outdoor sports like basketball, volleyball, and more. And of course, you can get out and explore all the natural attractions that Ontario offers.
Read on to learn why Sun Retreats Penetanguishene is the right place for you to stay!
Is there anything more magical than camping in a verdant, green forest? At Lafontaine, you can pitch your tent beneath tall trees. And in the morning, you'll enjoy a universe of natural sounds as songbirds start the day.
Spacious RV sites offer a chance for you to bring some extra creature comforts. All sites feature full hookups, plus fire rings and picnic tables. And whether you're coming for a weekend or the season, we have an option for you!
Staying social is easy at Sun Retreats Penetanguishene. On Saturdays, kids' crafts and wagon rides are offered, plus special events like treasure hunts are often on the agenda. Additionally, a dedicated time is designated for adult swimming on weekdays, ensuring relaxation for parents.
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The nearby towns have a variety of diverse attractions. In Penetanguishine, you'll find Discovery Harbour, which tells how the military outpost played a role in the War of 1812. There's also the Penetanguishene Centennial Museum, preserving the history of the community, and Kings Wharf Theatre, a venue for performing arts.
Twenty minutes away in Midland is the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, a nature reserve with trails and boardwalks. Other attractions in the town include Martyr's Shrine, a majestic Catholic church, and Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, a 17th century mission. And in June, Midland hosts Party on the Dock and the Butter Tart Festival, a grand celebration of Canada's favorite confection.
An essential area activity is to take an Island Queen Cruise, which starts in Parry Sound and whisks you through the scenic Georgian Bay. Also, don't miss Phelpston's Elmvale Jungle Zoo and Port McNicoll's SS Keewatin, a ship dating to 1907.
With plenty to do and a scenic natural setting, Sun Retreats Penetanguishene is the right spot for your next vacation in Ontario. To book your stay today, call (844) 727-9617 or book online.
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