Visiting the Trail in Tiny, you’ll be treated to kilometres of pleasantly winding, forested roads, alive with the hush and rustle of the wind in the leaves and branches, the shimmer and scent of the water nearby. Northward in the Township are more hills and fields with a trio of more challenging hills and pleasant views from the woods and highlands. Awenda Provincial Park, with its scenic beaches, its lakes and kilometres of hiking trails, and the hidden gem of Bluewater Dunes can be found in the Township. And the Ganaraska Hiking Trail and Tiny Trail are never too far away. There are plenty of reasons to take your time and enjoy the experience in Tiny.
Tiny has a rich cultural heritage, still present in a number of historical parks, schools and churches, many of which are along the route. It’s a community of many smaller, quieter communities. Along the route, most lodging amenities are located in the area of Balm Beach, where on a clear day you’ll catch a lovely glimpse of the nearby Blue Mountains across the Bay. With the nearby towns of Penetanguishene and Midland so close, amenities along the route in Tiny can be periodic. Make sure to stop in and stock up when you’re in the area!