Welcome to the Friends of Nancy Island & Wasaga Beach Park

Wasaga Under Siege 2017

Wasaga Under Siege 2017

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Piping Plovers 2017

Piping Plovers 2017

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About the Park

About the Park

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Winter 2018

What's New

Join the Friends during Snowman Mania 

Saturday, February 17th and Sunday, February 18th 

Join us at the Wasaga Nordic Centre to discover how wildlife adapt for life in winter!  Practice your animal tracks identification skills, feed a chickadee and see what it takes to survive a winter outside. While there, why not make some tracks of your own and cross country ski or snowshoe at the Blueberry Trails Nordic Centre - rentals available for all ages.

Friends of Nancy Island Recognized as 'Grassroot Heros'

In the recent winter edition of On The Bay Magazine the Friends of Nancy Island and Wasaga Beach Park were recognized as one of six groups that made a difference and positive impact in the Southern Georgian Bay area. Check out the article at www.onthebaymagazine.com

Save the Dates for:

Ploverpalooza Waterfront Festival -  June 16th and 17th

Events will feature children's activities such as face painting, arts and crafts, bird house building and environmental displays and games.  Fun for the whole family!  Located on the beach front - Beach Area 1.

Wasaga Under Siege - August 18th and 19th

Visit British, American, Native and British Naval encampments on Nancy Island Historic Site.  Re-enactors will transport you back to the War of 1812 through musket and cannon firing, 1812 cooking, fashion and surgeon demonstrations and storytelling.

Membership Form

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Events Calendar

Mission Statement

The Friends of Nancy Island Historic Site and Wasaga Beach Park is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to furthering the educational and interpretive programs of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park and Nancy Island Historic Site.
Goals of The Friends of Nancy Island

Friends of Nancy Island Blog

The Friends have started a blog - and we would love for you to check it out: CLICK HERE Learn more about Wasaga Beach's unique natural and cultural history, keep up to date on activities and events, follow our twitter feed, and don't forget to subscribe for e-mail notifications. Happy reading!