Honey Harbour Waterfront Plan

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A community driven investment into the development and sustainability of our naturally beautiful Honey Harbour Waterfront. The enhancement of the waterfront is for the enjoyment of both visitors and residents.

The entire project is in Honey Harbour and is right on the Township-owned Delawana Road. The discussions behind the Honey Harbour Waterfront began in 2014, and after many consultations and engagements with residents, we have a plan!

The development will include:

- A large dock at the end of the Delawana Road with a pedestrian access gangway;

- Two small vessel floating docks with finger docks on both sides and two pedestrian access gangways;

- A pedestrian promenade along the Delawana Road including a hard-surfaced walkway and night sky lighting;

- Rehabilitation of the beach/parkette at the intersection of Honey Harbour Road and Delawana Road including grading, plantings, lawn furniture, waste management and a dedicated picnic area.

With this project we were lucky enough to make some great relationships along the way, and we are grateful for their involvement. The Delawana Resort is a large contributor as well as supporter of this project, and we are fortunate to have them as the largest employer in the area! The Federal and Provincial government will also be contributing as well as the Township of Georgian Bay.


A community driven investment into the development and sustainability of our naturally beautiful Honey Harbour Waterfront. The enhancement of the waterfront is for the enjoyment of both visitors and residents.

The entire project is in Honey Harbour and is right on the Township-owned Delawana Road. The discussions behind the Honey Harbour Waterfront began in 2014, and after many consultations and engagements with residents, we have a plan!

The development will include:

- A large dock at the end of the Delawana Road with a pedestrian access gangway;

- Two small vessel floating docks with finger docks on both sides and two pedestrian access gangways;

- A pedestrian promenade along the Delawana Road including a hard-surfaced walkway and night sky lighting;

- Rehabilitation of the beach/parkette at the intersection of Honey Harbour Road and Delawana Road including grading, plantings, lawn furniture, waste management and a dedicated picnic area.

With this project we were lucky enough to make some great relationships along the way, and we are grateful for their involvement. The Delawana Resort is a large contributor as well as supporter of this project, and we are fortunate to have them as the largest employer in the area! The Federal and Provincial government will also be contributing as well as the Township of Georgian Bay.


Do you have questions about the HH Waterfront plan?

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    bush the LCBO to collect empties

    Bellvue asked 3 months ago

    Hi Bellvue


    You can take your empties to at 1241 Honey Harbour Road. There is a bin just outside of the driveway. All proceeds go to the Baxter Ward Lions, and the money is used for community projects.


    Hope this helps

    Jennifer

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    Can you still drive on honey harbour road? Where is parking for the parkette

    K. Key asked 3 months ago

    Hi K.

    Yes you can still drive on Honey Harbour Road. You can park anywhere in Honey Harbour where parking is allowed.

    Thanks for the question


    Jennifer

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    Will the Public be able to use the newly installed docks this summer? Thank you

    toddruss333 asked 6 months ago

    HI

    The small docks will remain public for 2021. The large dock will likely be public as well, although the intention has always been that Parks Canada would use the large dock as a launch location.

    We are not sure of what is happening with the Daytripper this year, but for sure, count on the small docks for day use 2 hour limit.

    Hope that helps

    Jennifer

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    Will there be space for vehicle parking and if so will it be by Township issued parking passes?

    GBIlander asked 8 months ago

    Good afternoon, the parking situation is still under review. We have been working with Parks Canada and the Delawana Resort; however, COVID-19 has slowed the progress of these conversations. We may have to find an alternate solution for this Summer.

Page last updated: 19 January 2021, 10:37