Town of Midland

    Experience Midland - what are you looking for?

    The Town of Midland is home to many parks, beaches and culturally significant areas, events and landmarks. 

    What's Happening?

    Our Community Calendar has all the information you will need for events in Midland and surrounding area.

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    Ontario's Best Butter Tart Festival

    Midland's award-winning festival is the original and largest butter tart festival in Canada, drawing over 60,000 visitors annually to this sweet one-day event.

    See you on June 8, 2024!

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    Visiting Midland

    Midland is a dynamic community situated on beautiful Georgian Bay in the heart of North Simcoe, one of our province's most visited recreational areas. 
    The gateway to Midland is at the crossroads of County Road 93 and Provincial Highway 12.


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    Little Lake Park

    Little Lake Park is home to many local sports and recreation organizations and includes a seasonal dog park, basketball courts, playgrounds, tennis courts, beach volleyball courts, a skateboard park, and walking trails.  With many amenities and expansive grounds to enjoy the beauty of Little Lake, you'll come to know why Midland's signature park is so popular.

    Midland Public Library

    The Midland Public Library is located in beautiful Downtown Midland at King Street and Elizabeth Street.  Visit the Library in this historic building to make cool things in the Maker Place, attend all-age programs, rent facilities, and, of course, borrow books in any format!

    Town of Midland Municipal Building

    The Municipal Office is located at 575 Dominion Avenue.  We are open from 8:30 am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday.

    image of Midland Harbour and Cruise Ship

    Located on beautiful Georgian Bay, Midland Harbour is one of the deepest freshwater harbours in North America, attracting tourists and boaters from around the world. With cruise ships docking and bustling festivals to enjoy throughout the summer, Midland Harbour has something for everyone, boater or not!

    outdoor photo of Georgian Bay General Hospital Entrance

    Located on St. Andrew's Drive in Midland, Georgian Bay General Hospital provides vital health services and medical programs to the entire North Simcoe area.

    Midland Cultural Centre Building

    Located in downtown Midland on King Street, the Centre hosts over 75,000 visitors annually.  The Centre is home to an event centre, a gallery presenting Indigenous Art, the Quest Art School and Gallery, and Huronia Players performing arts theatre. 

    image of Huronia Museum front doors

    The Huronia Museum and Huron Ouendat Village is located at the entrance to Little Lake Park in Midland. Featuring a 'pre-contact' Huron/Ouendat village, the museum features an exhibit gallery of historic artifacts, art and native archeology.

    Located on Marina Park Avenue, Pete Pettersen Park is one of Midland's most popular parks. Amenities include a public boat launch, a beach/swimming area, a lighted baseball diamond, washroom facilities, a new, inclusive playground, and access to the Trans Canada Trail System.

    In The News

    Check our News and Notices Page for important information about what's going on in Midland.


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