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Tiny home in Waubaushene
Escape North to Saltbox by the Bay | Tiny House
*Snowshoes Available *Ski/Snowboard at Mount St. Louis or Horseshoe Valley *Hike/Cross-Country Ski the Tay Shore Trail or Wye Marsh *Visit Vetta Nordic Spa Welcome to your 4-season, bayside escape. Relax & unwind to swaying reeds & water views in this vintage cabin, upcycled with luxe amenities. Make gourmet meals. Go for a brewery tour, lunch or bike ride to a quaint cottage town. Picnic by the bay. Swim at one of the local beaches. Or hideaway...with many comforts, you may not want to leave.
$97 per night
Tiny home in Innisfil
Cozy retreat in the woods - Tiny House -
Modern and cozy, 4 season tiny house nestled in 200+ acres of protected forest, 3 min walk away from a sandy beach on Lake Simcoe. Conveniently located just 1 hour from Toronto! We are a 10 min Uber ride from the Barrie South Go Station! We offer an in-ground fire pit, property backs onto forest trails, a massive bbq, 650 sq foot deck with a lounge area, hot tub, a projector for casting, a luxurious soaker tub, fast wifi, and free parking - perfect for a weekend getaway or working remotely!
$182 per night
Tiny home in Gravenhurst
Log Cabin on the Lake
I have a small Log Cabin that I have built on a hill over looking the lake. It has a great view with privacy. It has a sauna and full bathroom. There is a bay to swim in with privacy, fish, have a bonfire. My Listed pricing includes 13% HST which is paid to the Province of Ontario and Federal Government of Canada We also now collect %4 Municipal Area Tax for the Town of Gravenhurst
$163 per night

Stay near Tiny's top sights

Photo of Awenda Provincial Park
Awenda Provincial Park117 locals recommend
Photo of Balm Beach
Balm Beach178 locals recommend
Photo of Elmvale Jungle Zoo
Elmvale Jungle Zoo120 locals recommend
Photo of Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre
Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre156 locals recommend
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Real Canadian Superstore44 locals recommend
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Tiny Beach16 locals recommend

Tiny cabin rentals

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Private 40 Acre Getaway - 2 BR w/ Hot Tub Cottage
$195 per night
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Hideaway 4 Season Cottage Tiny
$123 per night
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The Beach House
$236 per night
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Shabby Chic Cottage
$47 per night
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Spacious Log Cabin with outdoor Hot Tub
$223 per night
Cabin in Innisfil
Lake Simcoe Cottage & Hot Tub
$179 per night
Cabin in Georgina
Romantic Cabin in the Woods -80 km's from CN Tower
$145 per night
Cabin in Penetanguishene
Georgian Bay Beach Club
$192 per night
Cabin in Washago
Golfers' Paradise * Cottage with Hot Tub!!
$106 per night
Cabin in Kimberley
Kimberley Creek Cabin
$192 per night
Cabin in Tiny
Modern Log cottage, walk to beach, forest views
$323 per night
Cabin in Elmvale
Four Season Lakefront Cottage on Orr Lake
$129 per night

Your guide to Tiny

All About Tiny

Set on the Penetanguishene peninsula in Ontario, the township of Tiny sprawls across 43 miles of coastline along Georgian Bay, the eastern arm of Lake Huron. Tiny, which was named after the town founder’s pet dog in 1822, is a popular summer destination for travelers seeking time on the lake’s sandy beaches and expansive blue waters. The entire peninsula is a haven for boating enthusiasts, and you’ll find many ferries that go to nearby islands.

True to its name, Tiny is compact, with just a few beachside restaurants and shops. You don’t come to Tiny for the city scene, however, but the numerous outdoor activities such as swimming, sailing, or just floating on a raft in the calm lake waters. Just 10 minutes away, the larger city of Penetanguishene is worth visiting to visit its picturesque protected harbors.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Tiny?

Ontario has warm summers, making the season a perfect time to visit Tiny and spend your time on or by the lake. The humidity increases along with the temperatures, making dips in the water especially appealing, and be sure to bring mosquito repellent and long-sleeve clothing if you’re planning on staying outdoors as night falls. The biggest celebration of the summer is Canada Day on July 1, when the Penetanguishene Centennial Museum hosts food and games. The leaves change color in the early part of October, making fall a beautiful time to explore the area. Winters can be bitterly cold here, but as Canadians know, you can still enjoy the coldest of winters if you dress for it. The annual Winterama Festival in Penetanguishene in February features snow sculptures, toboggan races, and winter games for all ages. Once the snow melts in March and April, springtime in Tiny is a beautiful time to hike on the local trails.

What are the top things to do in Tiny?

Simcoe Honey Trail

Simcoe County is known across the region for its honey, and if you follow the county’s Honey Trail, you’ll find several stops where you can learn more about the the science of beekeeping, the history of beekeeping in the region, and pollinators, and taste your share of the golden, sticky sweetener.

Wasaga Beach

Wasaga Beach, to the south of Tiny, is one of the world’s longest freshwater beaches. The white sandy shoreline stretches along Georgian Bay and offers panoramic views of the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere. Its dramatic sand dunes are surrounded by natural wetlands and lush woodlands, and you’ll find plenty of trails for hiking and biking around the beach.

Penetanguishene Centennial Museum

This charming museum set in the 1875 Lumber Office and General Store is located on the shores of Penetanguishene Bay and open year round. You can visit to learn about the history and heritage of the area, then stop in at the gift shop to look for handmade souvenirs.

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