Tourism information for tourists visiting Georgina, Ontario
Georgina is located on the largest inland lake in southern Ontario, excluding the Great Lakes. Only a short, one-hour drive north of Toronto, the Town is a desired destination for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities all year long. Many describe the Town as a community of communities, each one rich in history with a wealth of recreational activities and attractions.
The Town of Georgina is home to Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Stephen Leacock Theatre, York Region’s Adventure Headquarters - The ROC and is one of the top fishing destinations in Ontario.
With many things to see and do, you’ll likely want to stay. Come, discover Georgina and see why it is the perfect place to live, work and play close to the city.
Georgina offers the opportunity to enjoy every type of watersport in the warmer months, including boating, jet-skiing, kiteboarding, stand-up paddleboarding, windsurfing and kayaking. With more than ten marinas throughout Georgina and 52 kilometres of Lake Simcoe shoreline, there are ample opportunities to enjoy the water.
We also have a thriving agri-tourism community where you can purchase and experience fresh products straight from the farm. The Georgina Farmers’ Market runs from May through October and is a seasonal favourite offering local products from more than 30 vendors.
After enjoying our walking trails or cycling along scenic Lake Drive/Hedge Road, a stop for ice cream or a meal at one of our dining establishments is sure to create memorable experiences you’ll likely want to repeat all season long.
- Boat launches and watercraft rentals
- Cool off at splash pads and waterfront parks
- Buy fresh products from local farms
- Explore Sibbald Point Provincial Park
- Golf at one of the Town’s seven golf courses
- Shop and dine in historic downtowns
- Explore the Town's history at the Georgina Military Museum or Georgina Pioneer Village
While Georgina may be known for its summer recreation, it may be even better known for its winter activities on and off the ice. Lake Simcoe, Georgina’s natural gem, does not disappoint in the winter. It is considered by many as the ice fishing capital and is a recreational playground for thrill-seekers and families alike.
- Learn more about downhill skiing, tobogganing, snowboarding and tubing at the ROC
- See a list of ice hut operators
- register for the Ice Fishing Lake Simcoe Challenge
- Find information on indoor and outdoor skating
- Find snowmobile trails in Georgina
- Snowshoeing, hiking and cross country skiing through the Town’s trail system
- Shop and dine in historic downtowns
There are many events that take place throughout Georgina’s communities annually that attract visitors and residents. For a list of upcoming events and festivals in Georgina, visit georgina.ca/events.
Field to Table
The Town’s Field to Table farm tour event was established in 2018. Local farms that sell to the public open their properties on the last Saturday in August, allowing visitors to learn about agriculture, purchase farm-fresh products, meet collaborating businesses and experience life on the farm.
Georgina Studio Tour
Established more than 20 years ago, the Georgina Studio Tour is a Town supported event that showcases diverse local artists during the last weekend in September.
Taste of Georgina
For two weeks at the end of February, participating local restaurants take part in Taste of Georgina. The event offers Prix-fixed lunch and dinner menus that allow visitors and residents to experience different cuisines.
Tourism Information Centre
For more information on things to do in Georgina and the official place to grab “Georgina” gear, we encourage you to visit the Tourist Information Centre at 20849 Dalton Road in Sutton. Visit discovergeorgina.ca for more information.
Below are some links to help you navigate your visit:
- Find a place to stay at one of many accommodations
- Access maps and parking information
- Explore the Town’s trails
- Rent meeting or event space
- Learn more about Georgina in our blog