Tiny Township is comprised of a large rural region and many shoreline communities, and also includes the villages of Perkinsfield, Lafontaine, Wyevale, and Wyebridge.
Tiny Township considers itself an “environmentally focused” region. In fact its guiding principles are focused on preserving and enhancing its irreplaceable natural environment, while also allowing for development and growth.
Tiny is home to the Tiny Marsh Provincial Wildlife Area which is Ontario’s first provincially owned and managed wetland. Residents and visitors can also enjoy the pristine Awenda Provincial Park region which is set on the shores of Georgian Bay. This is a popular attraction for camping, hiking and cross-country skiing.
Tiny is home to thousands of year round residents and many thousands of seasonal residents. Take your choice of shoreline properties with a view of sparkling Georgian Bay, or maybe your tastes turn to a more rustic, peaceful country home. You will find all this and more.
Tiny bustles with employment throughout the region. Agriculture is a staple, along with forestry operations. Tourism and Recreation play a huge part in creating the many small business enterprises required to support these two industries.
Although Tiny Township is a long established and stable region, its opportunities for growth remain limitless. Their strategic vision is very progressive. Consequently they are looking to attract more permanent residents, enterprising business people looking for new territory, and those who just want to enjoy the seasonal wonders of this region.
Tiny Township is well serviced in healthcare. There are two hospitals in the area with active and chronic care beds. It also offers nursing homes, retirement residences, a sports injury clinic, and a selection of pharmacies. There are ample doctors, including specialists, dentists, orthodontists, chiropractors, optometrists, ophthalmologists
Georgian Bay General Hospital in Midland provides active treatment in emergency, surgery, obstetrics, and medicine, while the Penetanguishene branch offers rehabilitation, chronic care and outpatient clinics.
Penetanguishene Mental Health Centre has over 294 beds and offers outpatient services and care in the region.
Huronia Medical Centre is a private facility run by a physician consortium that offers care to their patients along with a variety of testing departments to include laboratory, x-ray, etc.
Community Care Access Centre is in place to offer a host of support services to the community at large.
911 Emergency Service is available throughout the region in both urban and rural locations.
County of Simcoe Paramedic Services provides ambulance service to the wider region.
Emergency Air Transportation via Helicopter is available at the Georgian Bay General Hospital site. Emergency Air Transportation via Airplane is available at the Midland Airport on the outskirts of Midland.
Paroisse Sainte Croix [Lafontaine] – 705-533-2176
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church [Perkinsfield] – 705-526-7430
Wyevale-Waverley United Church – 705-322-1451