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The City of Orillia is located in Simcoe County between Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching. Also, known as the “Sunshine City” the large waterfront attracts residents and tourists to the area to enjoy the many annual festivals and other cultural attractions such as the Annual Perch Fishing Festival, Leacock Festival, Blues Festival, Jazz Festival, Scottish Festival and Beatles Festival. Decorate your boat and enjoy “Christmas in June” at the Port of Orillia or begin your Canada Day with a traditional pancake breakfast served by the Mayor and Council at Couchiching Beach Park.

Located just on the fringe of the city is the Township of Oro-Medonte which is home to a number of ski resorts and golf courses where you can indulge in skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and other fun filled activities. A 28km Oro-Medonte Rail Trail is perfect for walking, jogging or the biking or snowmobile enthusiast.

With having access to the 2 largest lakes on the Trent, this area has some of the best water Southern Ontario has to offer and for the water enthusiast take your boat, canoe, kayak, wakeboard or PWC and explore the waterways. Looking for whitefish, bass, pike, walleye or perch? Summer fishing is at its finest on Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching. And when they freeze in the winter ice-fishing is a favourite sport among local residents and tourists.

Orillia is a city with a personality leaving you with so much to do.

Horseshoe Valley Resort
A ski resort with four season activities including on-site Treetop Trekking, Yamaha Riding Adventures, Segway Adventures, horseback and pony rides, Hummer tours, mountain biking, snow tubing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, Euro bungee, zip line and more.

Hardwood Hills Ski and Bike
Over 80 km of beautiful, rolling trails through hardwood and pine forests for mountain biking. In addition to the 34 km of rolling double track trails, there is an additional 50 km of challenging single track trails that intertwine with the ski trail network creating endless possibilities of courses and obstacles.

Mount St. Louis
Mount St. Louis Moonstone is one of the largest family owned ski resorts in Ontario offering great ski hills for skiing and snowboarding. Today, it contains 36 slopes, 9 chairlifts and 3 carpets. The resort is known for being family friendly and prides itself on accommodating the beginner skier to the most advanced skier.

Burl’s Creek
Spanning over 585 acres of pristine open green space, “Burl’s Creek Event Grounds” in Oro Medonte, Ontario is the largest outdoor music venue in Canada. The grounds will host WayHome Music & Arts Festival, Boots and Hearts Music Festival, OK Friday Farmer’s Market, The Big Festival Canada, Huronia Fur and Feathers Swap Sale, and the long-running Spring and Fall Barrie Automotive Flea Markets.

Golf Courses
Oro-Medonte area golf courses offer a challenge to both the novice and experienced player. You will find many 9 or 18 hole courses that will offer you unique choices such as; Heritage Hills Golf Club, Tangle Creek Golf and Country Club, Hawk Ridge, Shanty Bay Golf Club, Trehaven Golf & Country Club and Allandale Golf and Country Club.

The Trent-Severn Waterway is a 385km (240 mile long) historic system of lakes, rivers and locks connecting Lake Ontario at Trenton to Georgian Bay and the 30 Thousand Islands at Port Severn. Its major natural waterways include the Trent River, Otonabee River, the Kawartha Lakes, Lake Simcoe, Lake Couchiching, Sparrow Lake and the Severn River. This scenic, meandering waterway has been called “one of the finest interconnected systems of navigation in the world”.
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Lake Simcoe Regional Airport is a registered aerodrome located almost midway between Barrie and Orillia, in the township of Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada, near Highway 11. The airport is operated by both municipalities. The airport is classified as an airport of entry by NAV Canada and is staffed by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). CBSA officers at this airport can handle aircraft with no more than 24 passengers. With 90 Orchard Point only 15 minutes away you can fly in with your own personal aircraft from anywhere in North America.