In Honey Harbour
(Scroll down for stores, restaurants, food shops, marinas, Park info & more)
Honey Harbour is a special place and there is nowhere in the world like it.
We are a unique shoreline
community & a gateway to Georgian Bay and Muskoka, the UNESCO designated Georgian Bay Biosphere
Reserve and Georgian Bay Islands National Park ~ a group of 59 islands & shoals.
Honey Harbour is a haven for boats of all sizes; offering complete marine services, dining facilities,
shops and recreation opportunities!
The community of Honey Harbour is working towards creating
play spaces on its waterfront! In collaboration with the
Georgian Bay, Muskoka, Federal & Provincial government, Georgian Bay Islands National Park & their
Daytripper Program, the Delawana Inn,
our local Southeast Georgian Bay Chamber, the business community & home & cottage
residents, our Waterfront Development Committee
& our consultants have helped bring us to the funding stage.
in a great project? Come aboard! Project contact:
Jennifer Schnier, Communications and Economic Development Officer
at the Township of Georgian Bay.
The Honey Harbour Community Co-op has community info on facebook
Elm Cove in Honey Harbour (click on the photo below)
Honey Harbour is proud to have been 1 of the top 20 towns in Canada!
as World Fishing Network's "ULTIMATE
Prizes were awarded for fishing and environmental development
Elm Cove's nominations for Honey Harbour as the Ultimate Fishing Town:
~ With 'early days' stories and photos ~
HONEY HARBOUR P S
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Glass Art by Tina and Vytas
Our in-house studio is
near Elm Cove Cottages
at 80 Linton Road
In South Bay
- Honey Harbour Towne Centre: is a general store with a very good selection of
groceries - fresh
vegetables, fruit, meat & deli. They also carry hardware, fishing tackle, beach stuff & bundles of
campfire wood. They sell assorted dvd's and have a snackbar. 705-756-2472.
Hours: Monday-Thursday & Sunday 8AM to 8PM;
Friday & Saturday 8AM to 9PM.
- The Elk's Hideaway Bakery: Thank you to many wonderful years of being the place you just had to
stop at in Honey Harbour, sisters, Iris & Jane; Enjoy your retirement - it is well-deserved!
- LCBO: The LCBO store has beer, wine & spirits. It is located on the left just after
the HH Towne Centre.
- The Hive:
offers "a hand picked selection of locally made goods that reflect and are inspired by life on the Bay. Open 6 days a week,
Tues-Sun from roughly 10 am to 6 pm." Gourmet coffee & yoga on the deck Saturday mornings. Ciboulette et Cie provides gourmet fare at The Hive; this is their 2nd location.
- Thrive Foods Cafe & Market:
located at 2636 Honey Harbour Rd - right across from the LCBO. Opening May 2016 we'll have our same outstanding great
coffee from Grounded Coffee plus our delicious paninis, burritos, fresh juices, smoothies, salads and many new menu items."
- Village Marina:
offers Marine Mechanical Services (incl. fibreglass and welding repairs) / Launch Ramp / Fishing Bait and
is a base for Johnny Dadson Fishing Guide Service. Contact Proprietors Diane and Phil Langley at: 705-756-2706.
- The Honey Harbour Boat Club : has a great boating store and offers boat gas and Water
Taxi service from their docks. (Tel. 705-756-2411).
- Georgian Bay
Islands National Park : make trips over to Beausoleil Island
on the Day Tripper, the park's
passenger vessel, 5 days per week, three times daily - 11, 12, and 1 PM (as well as separate runs for campers).
Reservations are recommended; please call (705)526-8907 to reserve. Fees: Adult $15.70; Senior $13.45; Youth $11.70;
and Children (under 6) free. If they have room, debit and credit cards are accepted at the dock. Explore the
Georgian Bay Islands National Park through their website, Out There.
In Port Severn
- Stained Glass Studio: Glass Art
by Tina and Vytas Gataveckas is available at their in-home studio located on Linton's Road (1st house in from South
Bay Road) just before Elm Cove Cottages.
Lock 45 in Port Severn is the point of entry for boats from the Trent-Severn
Waterway into Georgian Bay & vice versa. Port Severn can be approached by two different exits from Hwy 400:
Exit #153 (Port Severn Rd. S.) and Exit #156 (Muskoka Rd. 5 & Port Severn Rd. N.)
Exit #156 is Elm Cove Cottages'
exit - Muskoka Rd. 5 - a.k.a. the "Honey Harbour" Rd.
Port Severn has a NEW SWING BRIDGE over the lock system.
- Parks Canada Welcome Centre at Lock 45: Get information on Georgian Bay Islands
National Park here; rest and roam. See boats travel from the Trent-Severn water system to Georgian Bay through Lock 45.
Book your seat on the Day Tripper to Beausoleil Island here or at the Parks
office in Honey Harbour (beside the library).
The centre is located on our side of Port Severn's Lock 45 (i.e. near exit
#156) on Port Severn Road N.
- The Bressette House Information Centre: is located at our Hwy.400 exit, #156.
- Port Severn Park & Public Beach
: is located at our Hwy.400 exit, #156.
A walking ~
biking trail is being developed from this area, heading in the direction of
- Christie's Mill Inn & Spa:
Fine dining - lunch & dinner. The Inn is located on our side of Port Severn's Lock 45 (i.e. near exit #156) on Port Severn
- The Galley at Driftwood Cove: serves a dockside breakfast and lunch Wed. to Sun. ~ located on our
side of Port Severn's Lock 45 (i.e. near exit #156) on Port Severn Road N.
- The Grill: Port Severn's
newest eatery, serving pizza, ribs, roasted chicken, seafood, steak & more.
Hours: Monday – Friday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm / Saturday – Sunday 8:00 am – 9:00 pm / Now open for breakfast weekends!
~ located near Port Severn's Lock 45, accessible from both Hwy. 400 exits #153 & #156.
- LCBO: Liquor & beer. They are located on the other
side of Port Severn's Lock 45, accessible from both Hwy. 400 exits #153 & #156.