What can I expect on a Red Rock Eco adventure?

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What is meant by the “Big Sound” and “Beyond the Big Sound”?

Parry Sound offers one of the deepest sheltered harbours in the Great Lakes. The Big Sound is just west of the town and provides a deep-water playground for boaters and sailors. The Big Sound is contained by Parry Island to the south, Carling Township to the north and Killbear Park to the west. Once you pass Killbear Park you are in a much more exposed location where there are numerous islands and shoals, the rugged Georgian Bay seen in paintings and photos. Heading out a little further beyond Franklin Island, and the west side of Parry island, you are now ‘Beyond the Big Sound’ with the next major landfall being the Bruce Peninsula, about 100 km away.

What should I wear, what should I bring?

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How can I support the UNESCO Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve?

You are encouraged to make a donations to the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve or the Tower Hill Heritage Gardeners. Please consider making a donation to help preserve this precious space for generations to come. For more information please visit their websites, Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve and Tower Hill Heritage Garden.

Where should we stay?

Parry Sound offers many recreational opportunities from cultural to adventure. Parry Sound Tourism and  Explorers' Edge are good resources for an even greater selection of things to do and places to stay. We can recommend the Parry Sound Bed and Breakfast Association as comfortable accommodation. There are also a number of provincial parks in the area. We'll get around to providing a list - hang tight for now.