Memories Begin Here
“I love spring anywhere, but if I could choose,
I would always greet it in a garden.” –Ruth Stout
With warmer weather comes outdoor adventures, such as trips to Wye Marsh, afternoons on the golf course, and hikes to the Wasaga Dunes. The crisp spring air reminds you to get moving and reconnect with the nature and people around you. To embrace the newness that each spring brings. This can mean greeting old friends and new at the local community park, smiling as children laugh and play, and sometimes to just go outside and breathe—to just be.
Kind faces and beautiful blooms await you in spring at Georgian Sands.
“I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where
it was always June.” –L. M. Montgomery
Indeed, it is easy to fall into reminiscences of days spent with family in the cool, refreshing water, making new friends and combing the boardwalk for forgotten change to save for sweets at Grandma’s Beach Treats. Now summers at the Beach are coloured by afternoons on the boardwalk and the first attempts at conquering the water.
Summer is for making new friends, reconnecting with old ones, and adventuring in the sun.
“Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.”
Although school only starts again for children, autumn marks a time of change for everyone. Thoughts are beginning to drift to weekend bike rides throughout Simcoe County amid nature’s seasonal canvas of colour, delicious food made with local delicacies, the smell of warm spices wafting through homes, and time spent together within a cozy aura. Weekend trips to Fernwood Farms and the Elmvale Zoo are plentiful as the days begin to shorten.
The days may be growing shorter, but the winter adventures are just beginning.
“In seed-time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy.”
With the coming of winter comes the first precious sparkling layer of fresh powder just waiting to be turned into something wonderful—whether that be smiling snowmen, formidable forts, or sizable slopes. Snow Valley, Blue Mountain, Horseshoe Valley and Mount St. Louis Moonstone all offer their own challenges to anyone brave enough to face the kilometers of snow stretching out towards foggy mountaintops. Whether out for some leisurely snow shoeing or taking on the slopes, Simcoe County owns the winter.
Winter has arrived and it may be cold, but the adventures never stop at Wasaga Beach.