From the world's largest freshwater island, Manitoulin Island in the northwest, to the world's longest freshwater beach, Wasaga Beach in the southeast, you will find a lot to enjoy that is both entertaining, exciting, engaging and educational when you visit the Georgian Bay area.
From the cranberry marshes and rocky topography on the east shore to the wonders of the Niagara Escarpment, acclaimed as a world biosphere on the west shore, Georgian Bay beckons you to visit and then return.
You will find Georgian Bay and environs both scenic and safe, mystical and marvellous. There are urban parts and there are rural parts. Some parts are water and others are abundant wilderness. Some parts reveal the excitement of man-made developments such as "The Village at Blue" and others, such as "Science North" are bound to enthral.
"George's Georgian Bay", a travel guidebook prepared in conjunction with the personal experiences of the author, aims to help you enjoy yourself when you visit Georgian Bay.
Writing about Georgian Bay and environs and all those have to offer is like trying to fill a bottomless pit. There is much, much more than can be written about in one book! "George's Georgian Bay" puts you in touch with many of the people and organizations that best know their respective part of Georgian Bay. This travel guide also provides some personal experience about travels around Georgian Bay by author George Czerny.
George Czerny thinks of Georgian Bay as his "centre of the universe". After you read this book and visit some part of Georgian Bay you will know why George feels the way he does.
Share in George's love of Georgian Bay. Become an explorer, whether for one day, a week, or longer. George welcomes your comments and encourages your suggestions and feedback as George sets about writing an updated version of "George's Georgian Bay".
George Czerny is the operator of Georgian Blue Bed & Breakfast in Craigleith, Ontario, Canada. www.bbcanada.com/9740html.
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Georgian Blue Bed & Breakfast operates in a modern house and is 275 steps from a private beach on southern Georgian Bay. We are 100 yards away from a popular hiking/bicycling/cross-country skiing trail called the Georgian Trail. It is 32 km., long and links Collingwood and Meaford. We are 4 km., from the popular Blue Mountain Resorts which is Ontario's largest downhill skiing resort. We are 25 kilometres from the famous Wasaga Beach, which is the world's longest freshwater beach. We offer clean and comfortable accommodation at a reasonable price, as well as friendly hospitality. Georgian Blue B & B operator, George Czerny, knows the "Georgian Triangle" area well and is a past-president of both the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce and Collingwood Rotary Club. George is the author of 180-page travel guidebook "George's Georgian Bay."
Other Historical Awards Applied
Georgian Blue Bed & Breakfast is 1.3 km., from the interesting architecture of The Depot, a reconstructed, former railway station with a turret design in its roof and a lilac surrounding ( they bloom in late May, or early June.
Other Historical Society Memberships
George Czerny, operator of Georgian Blue Bed & Breakfast in Craigleith, Ontario, Canada has been a guest speaker at the historical society in Collingwood and has addressed Rotary Clubs and others in other places. George has significant photographs of sidelaunches at the Collingwood Shipyards which ceased operation in 1986. He considers those photographs are now historically precious.