- Simcoe County is home to Wasaga Beach, the world’s longest freshwater beach
- Bee keeping has been an important part of Simcoe County’s economy for over 150 years. Canada’s first commercial bee keeper, David A Jones, was a postmaster and storekeeper in Clarksville, a small community in south Simcoe County. In 1875, the town was renamed Bee Town in his honour in 1875 and the spelling was later changed to Beeton.
- The Trent Severn Waterway National Historic Site, connects Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay, and forms the northeastern border of the County. Lock 45 connects the Severn River to Georgian Bay and is known as the Northern Gateway and is located at Port Severn, in Simcoe County
Simcoe County has a wide range of attainable housing options for everyone – rental properties, starter homes, single-family dwellings, multi-generational homes, cottages and resort-living by the water.
Citizens and permanent residents in Ontario can access universal health-care services under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan. Simcoe County is home to 5 hospitals and 19 urgent care clinics.
With more than 9 million visitors spending more than $1-billion a year, there are a number of reasons this region has been identified as a premier four-season destination in Ontario.