Simcoe, Grey and Bruce County Beach Towns Draw Millions to Lake Huron Shoreline
Wasaga Beach, the longest freshwater sandy beach in North America and Sauble Beach, the second longest welcome summer tourists
The Lake Huron shoreline is also noted for its incredible beach sunsets. Be sure to catch the Phantom Piper in Kindardine that sends chills down the spines of visitor's each evening or the sunset behind Chantry Island in Southampton, rated the 2nd best in the world by National Geographic.
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Regional Tourism Organization 7 (RTO7) is a tourism organization encompassing the counties of Grey, Bruce and Simcoe in Ontario. RTO7 is led by a volunteer, industry-led board of directors consisting of 15 voting members drawn from private and non-private tourism businesses and organizations across Bruce, Grey and Simcoe to represent the interests of Region 7 tourism.RTO7 was incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation in December 2010 and the first board of directors >http://region7transition.ca/cms/board> is in place. RTO7 will work collaboratively with its tourism partners and stakeholders to enrich the region's diverse tourism experiences in order to sustain and grow visitation, investment and tourism receipts. For more information, visit the website at www.region7transition.ca
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