Kincardine, Ontario in Canada is a popular beach recreation destination situated on the western shores of Lake Huron and on the banks of the Penetangore River in the Bruce Peninsula-Georgian Bay Region. The other towns and villages near Kincardine are Tiverton, Armow, Underwood, Glammis, Bervie, Inverhuron and Millarton.
The Kincardine waterfront is best explored via a boardwalk pathway and a long sandy beach. The sightseeing pathway and beach connect to viewing benches, flower gardens, pavilion, kayak rentals, marina, information signs, playground and the 1881 Kincardine Lighthouse.
Kincardine provides many of the services important to travelers when visiting including accommodations (B&Bs, hotels, resorts, rental homes) campgrounds, outfitters, tours, guides, restaurants, gas stations, banks, grocery store, post office, internet, liquor store, pub coffee houses and transportation (airport, taxi, marina)
At the entrance of the Penetangore River is the Kincardine Marina. The marina provides moorage, washrooms, day use picnic area, fish cleaning station and fishing tours, guides and outfitters.
During the summer months the most popular activities and attractions for self guided adventures and for booking with tours and guides are boating, sailing, kiteboarding, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, hiking, golfing and fishing.
During the winter months the activities and adventures enjoyed include xc skiing, ice fishing and snowmobiling.
For those who enjoy entertainment there is a theatre, parades, festivals, museum, heritage centre, art galleries and heritage walking tours. And... for music lovers, it is home to the Scottish Pipe Band for the past 100+ years.
There are over 22 kilometres of trails in Kincardiine. The more visited parks, trails, conservation areas and sandy beaches in the region include Station Beach, Victoria Park, Rock Garden, MacPherson Park, Inverhuron Beach (Tiverton), Boiler Beach, Inverhuron Provincial Park, Stoney Island Conservation Area and the Labyrinth & Peace Gardens in the Geddes Environmental Park.
One of the best hiking and backpacking trails in Ontario, Canada - the Bruce Trail - measures 800+ kilometres and visits with some local highlights like the Stoney Island Conservation Area, Lurgan Beach and Greenock Swamp.