Where in the world is Oak Bay?

Jennifer
Where in the world is Oak Bay?

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You are in Port Severn, Muskoka,but don’t get confused - There are two Port Severns. One in Simcoe County and One is Muskoka. They are splity by a bridge located at Lock 45. The LCBO is on the Simcoe side.
This is the community where you are staying. Port Severn is one of three communities in Georgian Bay. Honey Harbour and MacTier are the other two. Here is what you need to know about each of these communities. Port Severn. You are located right by the Trent Severn Waterway. In fact, if you look out the front bedroom windows you can see Georgian Bay, and the Channel (organized boat passage) is right in front of you. You will see everything from Sea Doo to Cabin Cruisers. There is an LCBO, a Port Severn General Store, Driftwood Cove with a really great restaurant.
6 locals recommend
Port Severn
6 locals recommend
This is the community where you are staying. Port Severn is one of three communities in Georgian Bay. Honey Harbour and MacTier are the other two. Here is what you need to know about each of these communities. Port Severn. You are located right by the Trent Severn Waterway. In fact, if you look out the front bedroom windows you can see Georgian Bay, and the Channel (organized boat passage) is right in front of you. You will see everything from Sea Doo to Cabin Cruisers. There is an LCBO, a Port Severn General Store, Driftwood Cove with a really great restaurant.
You are about 25 minutes from here. You can get groceries and anything you like. About 17,000 people live in Midland. All of my children went to Highschool in Midland.
45 locals recommend
Midland
45 locals recommend
You are about 25 minutes from here. You can get groceries and anything you like. About 17,000 people live in Midland. All of my children went to Highschool in Midland.
Port Severn is split in 2 by the Lock 45 Swing Bridge. Port Severn Muskoka has a car wash, two gas stations, coffee cabin (at the car wash) Tim Hortons, Pizzaville, Hero Burger, Pita pit. Port Seven Simcoe has the LCBO, Coffee cabin, post office, general store (not the one in Honey Harbour) and Rawley Resort.
6 locals recommend
Port Severn
6 locals recommend
Port Severn is split in 2 by the Lock 45 Swing Bridge. Port Severn Muskoka has a car wash, two gas stations, coffee cabin (at the car wash) Tim Hortons, Pizzaville, Hero Burger, Pita pit. Port Seven Simcoe has the LCBO, Coffee cabin, post office, general store (not the one in Honey Harbour) and Rawley Resort.
A quaint community with a steam punk theme. You can bet groceries, clothing, ice cream, subway, copper pot nuts, home hardware etc in Coldwater. They have a Foodland where we do a lot of our grocery shopping.
15 locals recommend
Coldwater
15 locals recommend
A quaint community with a steam punk theme. You can bet groceries, clothing, ice cream, subway, copper pot nuts, home hardware etc in Coldwater. They have a Foodland where we do a lot of our grocery shopping.
Here is one of the neighbouring First Nation communities. You can find Mrs H fish and chips and some really cool smoke shops and liquidation centres.
Wahta Mohawk Territory
Here is one of the neighbouring First Nation communities. You can find Mrs H fish and chips and some really cool smoke shops and liquidation centres.
Moose Deer Point First Nation is located along the shores of Georgian Bay. There are two main marinas and a public launch to be able to explore the northern end of the Township.
Moose Point Indian Reserve No. 79
Moose Deer Point First Nation is located along the shores of Georgian Bay. There are two main marinas and a public launch to be able to explore the northern end of the Township.
Bala is a great summer location (mostly) but you can also visit the Cranberry Festival around Thanksgiving (Canadian)
49 locals recommend
Bala
49 locals recommend
Bala is a great summer location (mostly) but you can also visit the Cranberry Festival around Thanksgiving (Canadian)

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Traditional Lands on which our Vacation Rental is located.

In the spirit of reconciliation, we wish to acknowledge the enduring relationship between Indigenous Peoples and the territories they traditionally occupied. We recognize and deeply appreciate the historic connection they have to this place – the land, the water, and the sky, and all that live on, in, and above it. We are grateful for the opportunity to stay here and we thank all the generations of Indigenous Peoples who have taken care of this land and who continue to care for it – and we show our respect. Miigwech