Located on the southern shores of Georgian Bay, Penetanguishene is a part of the magnificent 30,000 island region. From its French, British and Aboriginal background to its historic homes and attractions, Penetanguishene is a town steeped in history.

Nestled at the mouth of Penetanguishene Harbour is Discovery Harbour, a recreation of a 19th century British naval base, is nestled at the mouth of Penetanguishene Harbour and flanked by majestic tall ships and historic buildings. Visitors of Discovery Harbour can board the ships, stop for a bite or take in a show at the Kings Warf Theatre, a Drayton Entertainment live theatre.

For the outdoor enthusiast, nearby Awenda Provincial Park offers camping, hiking trails and beaches with a view of nearby Giant's Tomb Island below the Nipissing Bluff.