Parry Sound is a town of around 6,000 people, its location on the shore of Georgian Bay. Named after the water it neighbours, Parry Sound has the deepest natural freshwater seaport in the world. Surrounding Parry Sound are Seguin, McDougall, McKellar, and Carling. This area is prime cottage country for many vacationers and beloved home to its residents. The Key Exchange Team is pleased to show you many listings available, including houses, cottages, condos, and properties for sale.
In Parry Sound, there is never a shortage of things to do. Arts and culture are a prominent part of the townb s identity, and it showcases this through shows and concerts at the local theater, Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, the Festival of Sound, and museums. Included in Parry Sounds museums is the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame, a tribute to the local hometown hockey star. Parry Sound has four schools; two elementary and one high school between the public and Catholic boards, and a First Nation school.
Seguin is approximately twenty minutes east of Parry Sound. It is slightly smaller than Parry Sound with a population of around 4,000. Here there are a variety of youth programs in which to partake. Many facilities can be rented or used for the convenience of the townb s residents. Seguin houses four public elementary schools, and students usually commute by bus to high school in Parry Sound. Seguin is a great place to live, work, and play!
An even shorter distance to Parry Sound, McDougall is less than a ten-minute drive away. The town gets its name from one of Canadab s Fathers of Confederation, William McDougall. A town of just under 3,000, McDougall has a lot to offer regarding recreation and leisure. There is a waterfront for swimming, kayaking and canoeing, and fishing, a variety of sports clubs, and much more. McDougall Elementary School is located right in town.
McKellar houses about 1,200 residents, and is just under twenty minutes away from Parry Sound. McKellar is quite a small town, but in its small community, it packs a lot of personality! McKellar offers events like card nights for seniors, live bands, and childrenb s activities at the library.
Finally, the town of Carling is located fifteen minutes from Parry Sound, with 1,300 residents who call it home. Carling is another small town that, once again, has a strong personality to go along with it. The Nobel Public school is in Carling for elementary students. Carling is a great little community that is sure to entice anyone!
All of the Parry Sound areas has a lot of natural beauty and is a coveted area of residence. With the help of the Key Exchange Team, you can be one of the people lucky enough to live there! We would be thrilled to help you find your next home or cottage in Parry Sound. Start browsing online today using our Parry Sound MLSB. system. The MLSB. system can simplify the searching process by allowing you to specify your needs and desires, and match you with a house that satisfies those needs. Contact the Key Exchange Team with any further inquiries about a home in Parry Sound.