Georgian Bay – Canada’s Sixth Great Lake

Yachts, skiffs, canoes, house boats, short daily cruises – there are various ways to sail and explore the waters of Georgian Bay, Canada’s 6th Great Lake. What makes this Ontario lake so ideal are the many ports of call; the pink granite rocks, windswept pines and fantastic scenery made famous by the works of the Group of Seven; the lighthouses and history of the region; and the sense of personal discovery that greets you as you spot the remains of a shipwreck, the ruins of an old lumber mill or stop at a small town and find ice cream made from local berries. There are inlets and islands to explore and some lodges, like Killarney, offer further adventures and encourage sailors to enjoy their facilities en route. For more information: check out episode #65 in the Railway Adventures across Canada category.

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