Located on the peninsula at the south end of Georgian Bay, Tiny Township boasts some of the best trails and beaches in the region. Home to many French-Canadians, this culturally diverse community remains a popular destination for tourism and cottagers, and more and more residents are choosing to make Tiny their permanent home. It’s no surprise that waterfront properties and homes are especially sought after in Tiny, satisfying a variety of lifestyles including retirees, vacationers and families looking to own a piece of Georgian Bay.
Tiny Township is a Blue Community, banning single-use water bottles in all civil spaces. The municipality also owns and operates its own water supply, reinforcing its dedication to preserving natural resources. Tiny is home to Awenda Provincial Park as well as Tiny Mark Provincial Wildlife Area, Ontario’s first provincially owned and managed wetland.
Between its sandy shorelines, affordable housing and environmental priorities, real estate in Tiny Township is a tried and true investment.
Previously Mad Michaels, the locally renowned Yellow House serves up locally sourced food and baked goods, all made on premise.