The Township of Tiny is part of the County of Simcoe in south-central Ontario and can be found in the Southern Georgian Bay region. It is the most northerly Township of the County of Simcoe and occupies most of the Penetanguishene peninsula.
The Township has a total area of 344 square kilometers and has a coastline on Georgian Bay measuring 70 kilometers. The southern boundary, about 16 kilometers long, abuts the Township of Springwater and the northern tip of the Town of Wasaga Beach. The eastern boundary, 17 kilometers long, marks the western boundary of the Township of Tay. The Township skirts the Towns of Midland and Penetanguishene and embraces the coastline in a sweep around the peninsula.
The Township of Tiny includes the following communities/hamlets:
In addition to the mainland, the Township includes most of Giant’s Tomb Island. Tiny also neighbours on three First Nations Islands: Christian, Hope and Beckwith. Christian Island is home to the Chippewa people of the Beausoleil First Nation and is a self-governing body. The Beausoleil First Nation also owns an 8-hectare shoreline property on the mainland in the Cedar Point area, which accommodates private dwellings for individuals who wish to live on the mainland. It is also used for the ferry service to and from Christian Island.
The Township of Tiny is surrounded by the following municipalities:
- Beausoleil First Nation
- Town of Midland
- Town of Penetanguishene
- Township of Springwater
- Township of Tay
- Town of Wasaga Beach