A place as cute as its name! Tiny, Ontario is a township in Simcoe County – a beach destination you need to check out this summer! The area has 70 KM of shoreline to lounge along so get that beach bag ready.

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While there are plenty of things to do in Tiny, we recommend heading to the water.

Tiny has five beach parks nearby — Woodland Beach, Bluewater Beach, Jackson Park, Balm Beach and Lafontaine Beach Park, all running along Georgian Bay.

The sand at any of these stops is pristine and the waters shallow meaning these beaches are ideal for splashing around and laying out.

If you want to make your beach stroll extra special be sure to note that Bluewater Beach and Woodland Beach both have boardwalks to enjoy.

There are also a handful of parks with trails if you feel like getting some steps in! The Tiny Trail is the most popular in the area, a 23-kilometre recreational multi-use trail and one of Ontario’s first rail-to-trail conversions.

If that’s not enough then don’t worry, there is 814.23 acres of parkland within 162 park sites across the whole township!

End your day in TIny, Ontario with something to eat while you watch the sun go down.

Balm Beach Bar & Smokehouse is right on the water, serving up wings, ribs, salads, burgers and more. The menu has vegan, pescatarian and vegetarian options so there’s a little something for everyone!

Start planning that trip to Tiny, Ontario!