The Midland, Ontario area is home to both great geography and interesting historical locations. From the beautiful Tiny Beaches to the 30,000 Islands, Midland's waterfront is second to none! There are many ways to explore our natural wonders and dozens of parks to enjoy the view from.
The area's heritage as a 19th century logging town and major port of call are celebrated at the Huronia Museum and in the many murals that adorn the town's buildings. As the area was an important 17th century European settlement and home to several native groups, Midland contains many monuments to those who conquered, defended and otherwise influenced history from the shores of Southern Georgian Bay.
In addition to these wonderful features, Midland also boasts great local shopping, extraordinary recreational activities, a relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere, and high-quality medical facilities.