N 45°09.777' W 081°20.250'

45.162950, -81.337500

My Garmin GPS gave me those coordinates but just a heads up on google earth it looks a little further north, a half kilometer or so. There's a little nook big enough for two cars on the other side of the road that will help you find it. The whole shore is rocky, but for a short distance the unique flat rocks facing out onto the clear cool waters of the Georgian Bay make walking into the water akin to walking down giant steps into a beautiful pool of refreshing cold water. A lot of the stone beach you need to wear shoes into the water, not here. planning on hanging around for hours if you choose to make this a stop. (note that in 2020 the great lakes were a little higher and the water sat an inch or so over the flattened rocks). No camping, but like anywhere on the bruce you can guerrilla camp. but that rough terrain...

© sleeping under the stars 2021

dyers bay. broken pieces of limestone ledgerock