Balm Beach Resort, located on the sandy shores of the world's longest fresh water beach.
Only 90 minutes north of Toronto, we are one of Georgian Bay's best kept secrets.
Our rare southern exposure allows you to enjoy your morning coffee with a view of the Bay while sitting in front of your suite. Cool off in the sparkling water with a swim or try a new watersport like paddle boarding!
After this invigorating experience, back to the Resort for a BBQ or enjoy Waterfront Dining at the Surf Family Restaurant, "The place where surf, sunset and good friends meet!" Indulge in an ice cream cone from the famous Georgian Grill while taking in the breathtaking sunsets on the beach.
All rooms overlook Georgian Bay. We provide gas BBQ's and picnic tables
for your outside enjoyment.
As a house-keeping resort, bed sheets and bath towels are provided for short stays.
Comfortable accommodations include queen size bed and double pull-out couch.
Modern kitchenette with refrigerator, stovetop, microwave, and cookware.
Each unit has a washroom with shower.
Air conditioned rooms have a double pull-out couch or club chairs with 32" LCD TV and Free Wi-Fi.
Sleeps 5 with two beds and double pullout couch.
Full Kitchen equipped with a stove.
Your reservations are guaranteed with your deposit.
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The area was first inhabited by the Huron people (or Ouendat as they called themselves) over 500 years ago and was the heartland of the Huron nation. In 1610, Samuel de Champlain sent Etienne Brule to live with the Huron to learn about their language and culture. Champlain journeyed to the area in 1615. In 1793, John Graves Simcoe recognized the area with the establishment of a naval base in Penetanguishene Bay.
Penetanguishene is the oldest town in Ontario and the second oldest in Canada. There are several of the finest heritage, cultural and educational sites to visit, all within the historical community of Tay Township.
Today the area is a thriving region offering numerous amenities as well as an array of recreational activities and attractions such as:
Contact and Directions
Directions From Toronto
North on Hwy 400 to Hwy 26/27
Turn left on Bayfield St. (Hwy 26/27)
West on Hwy 27 to Elmvale
Two miles past Elmvale turn left on Simcoe Road 6 to Perkinsfield
At the four way Stop with the flashing light, turn left on Balm Beach Road
At the end of Balm Beach Rd, past the surf restaurant, turn right and we are located in the heart of Balm Beach at 15 Tiny Beaches Rd N.