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Barn in Parry Sound
KING SIZE BED Barn style loft apartment
Private apartment that you will have all to yourself that’s above a barn style garage. It has everything you need for a very comfortable stay. The perfect little getaway situated near 2 lakes with public beaches and boat launches with in a short 3 minute walking distance or even shorter drive. Parry sounds 7 minutes away. there’s Restaurants near by and there’s also a 24 hour convenient store/gas station near by! The locations very nice to relax and explore what the area has to offer.
$91 per night
Cabin in Parry Sound
Secluded Forest Cabin on Quiet Lake in Parry Sound
One of Bardo Cabins' two, four-season sister-cabins; Pine Cabin is quietly nestled below a granite outcrop among towering old pines on the beautiful, quiet, fifteen acre Dube Lake. Hike, bike, snowshoe or ski the private two kilometers of trails, dive and sunbathe from your own floating dock or wade at a nearby sandy shore, relax bug-free on the screened-in porch listening to the sounds of Bardo's surrounding ten acres of mixed old growth forest, or venture beyond to nearby amenities.
$199 per night
Guesthouse in Parry Sound
Private Bunkie with Dock and Air Conditioning
Welcome to Hemlock Cabin! This beautiful area on the bay Surrounded by 30k islands. Your own private dock, fire pit and great views and sunsets. BBQ with side burner or Induction Burner. Walk down to a sandy beach for swimming or going fishing. Fully equipped with most items you will find at home. Enclosed Private outdoor shower with H/C water. Summer/Winter Hiking trails close by . Icefishing, skating, cross country ski and snowmobile trails in the area. Plenty of room for parking.
$135 per night

Stay near Parry Sound's top sights

Island Queen Cruise67 locals recommend
Trestle Brewing Company41 locals recommend
Walmart Parry Sound Supercentre18 locals recommend
Trappers Choice Restaurant13 locals recommend
Tim Hortons4 locals recommend
Sobeys Parry Sound25 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Parry Sound

Home in Parry Sound
Nordic-Hygge Stay in the North
$102 per night
Guest suite in Parry Sound
Cozy & Modern Town Studio
$109 per night
Condo in Parry Sound
Trestle House. Lovely 3 bedroom apartment
$123 per night
Cottage in Parry Sound
Lazy Lakehouse on Lake Manitouwabing-2 bdrm+Bunkie
$204 per night

Your guide to Parry Sound

All About Parry Sound

Located on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay on Lake Huron, home to the Thirty Thousand Islands that make up the world’s largest freshwater archipelago, the town of Parry Sound is famous for its natural sights, including the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO-designated area created to preserve biodiversity in the region. Many come here to enjoy Waubuno Beach, hike around Three Legged Lake, or experience the beauty of the islands from aboard a boat. In summer, it can seem like the whole town comes out for the Parry Sound Summer Market in Market Square Park, and there are worse ways to spend a spring afternoon than by strolling the historic Tower Hill Heritage Garden, laid out in the 1920s. In the evening, head to Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts to check out films, music, and captivating live performances.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Parry Sound

Spring, summer, and fall are the best times of year to book a cottage rental in Parry Sound, as temperatures remain fairly moderate. Spring and summer are popular for vibrant greenery and opportunities for hiking and boating. In the summer, Festival of the Sound is a three-week classical music event that also hosts jazz and folk acts. Winters can be bone-chillingly cold and snowy, which is perfect for those who come here for snowshoeing and excellent ice fishing.

Top things to do in Parry Sound

Georgian Bay

One of the main reasons to visit Parry Sound is to get up close and personal with Georgian Bay — all 5,800 square miles of it. Popular activities include cruising around the Thirty Thousand Islands, freediving in the blue waters, and exploring the coast by kayak or canoe. The bay is also a hotspot for scuba diving, where you can witness massive shipwrecks, geological walls and barriers, and the plethora of wildlife.

The Museum on Tower Hill

Distinguished by its 96-foot-tall forest fire lookout tower, the Museum on Tower Hill is where you’ll learn about First Nations tribes and dive deeper into the logging and shipping industry that put Parry Sound on the map. Perched at the top of Tower Hill, the museum has stunning views of Georgian Bay, a heritage garden, and plenty of picnic tables.

Oastler Lake Provincial Park

Surrounded by lakes and hiking trails, Oastler Lake Provincial Park, 10 minutes’ drive away, is a lovely place to lounge under a canopy of stars before heading back to your house for rent in Parry Sound. Bring your bike or hiking gear and explore the Seguin Recreational Trail, which takes about 90 minutes and is quite popular during the fall foliage season. Other activities include canoeing, swimming, and fishing for rainbow trout and bass. Bring a picnic to enjoy at one of the many lakeside tables.

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