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Parks, Trails, Beaches, Boat Launch

Parks

Explore the Township of Tiny’s six large community parks.  Tiny’s open green space, park and recreation areas encourage and develop strong and healthy neighbourhoods.  Enjoy nature and a wide variety of leisure and sporting opportunities! 

CBO Park, 7.12 acres                     2 Winterset Ave, Balm Beach

Lafontaine Park, 13.05 acres           342 rue Lafontaine Rd W

Perkinsfield Park, 11.01 acres          43 County Rd 6 S

Toanche Park, 20.00 acres              771 Champlain Rd

Wyebridge Park, 4.35 acres             8340 Highway 93

Wyevale Park, 6.00 acres                10 Concession 5 E

The Township also has an abundant supply of neighbourhood and natural environment parkland.  The Neighbourhood parks are found within areas of residential development serving a specific area.  The Natural environment parkland is open space or bush areas with no facilities.

Tiny Trails

The Tiny Trail is a 23 kilometre recreation multi-use trail.  It was one of Ontario’s first rail-to-trail conversion when it was purchased in 1978.  It is registered as part of the Trans Canada Trail System.  Its southern terminus is at the Tiny/Flos (Springwater) line 1.5 kilometres north of Elmvale.  It runs roughly west parallel to County Rd 6 and then angles northeastward to its north terminus at the southern town limits of Penetanguishene.  The trail passes over prime agricultural land and into areas of hardwood forest.  The Wye River and Copeland Creek meander across the trails.  There are 14 historic bridges on the Tiny Trail, 11 of which are located between its northern entrance and Concession 12 E.  This section of the trail is paved.  The remaining trail is surfaced with crushed stone.

The Tiny Trail is a shared use trail and permits a wide variety of uses.  Snowmobiles are permitted by permit only.  ATVs, Dirt bikes and street vehicles are not permitted on the trail.

Tiny's Trails are also featured on other trail related websites click on the links below to bring you to their websites.

www.simcoecountytrails.net/

http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/trails/view/tiny-trail

Township of Tiny Multi-Use Trails Brochure.pdf


Beaches

The Township of Tiny has 70 km of shoreline. In the Township's Official Plan, a total of five parks have been recognized as large water township parks. It is also a policy of the Official Plan that these five parks function as the primary locations for public use and activity on the western shoreline. These large water parks are Woodland Beach, Bluewater Beach, Jackson Park, Balm Beach and Lafontaine Beach Park.

Boat Launch

The Township of Tiny’s public boat launch is located at Jackson Park, 1 Marina Road.

It is the only free to use boat launch in the area.

You must however purchase a parking permit in order to park your vehicle and trailer.  These can be purchased at the Municipal Offices at 130 Balm Beach Rd W, Perkinsfield.  A park-and-pay machine is also available at Jackson Park.

When the parking lot at Jackson Park is full, The Township of Tiny accommodates overflow parking at a small grass parking lot on Tiny Beaches Road South and Birchdale Avenue. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the By-law Department at 526-4136 (direct line).

Off-Leash Dog Park

​Tiny's NEW Off-Leash Dog Park is located at CBO Park, 2 Winterset Avenue (Balm Beach). The Dog Park offers a large dog enclosure and a small dog enclosure.

The Dog Park is open daily from 6:00am to 9:30pm from May 1st to October 31st each calendar year.

Users are required to review the posted Dog Park Rules, located at the entrance of each enclosure prior to use. The Dog Park By-Law and Aerial Map can be found by clicking the links below.

Do you frequent the Dog Park often? Want to volunter for your community? The Township is looking for Volunteer Dog Park Monitors. Find out more by following the contact information below.

Click here to learn about the Dog Park Grand Opening Ceremony.

Dog Park By-Law.pdf

Dog Park Aerial Map.pdf

For more information, contact Maggie at 705-526-4204 ext 271 or moff@tiny.ca.