Special Events & Highlights
In January 2017, we are introducing several new products to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, including a Skate Trail along the shores of Penetanguishene and Georgian Bay!
Imagine skating with family and friends along the shoreline through a unique cultural and historical site, by day or night! The Discovery Harbour Skate Trail, Penetanguishene, will feature over 2 km of skating like no other.
Please stayed tuned for more information and our exciting Nights of Fire!
Mid-January to mid-March
Friday: 6 – 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 10 – 2 p.m. & 6 – 9 p.m.
Just $7.00 per person!
Experience the phenomenon of hauntingly magical and stirring outdoor exhibits of hand-carved pumpkins, all set against the night-time backdrop of Discovery Harbour. But BEWARE….new characters will be lurking about in the expanded TERROR ZONE!!
Admission is $8.00 per person with a non-perishable food item
Youth under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
Children 5 and under are FREE
Service Animals ONLY
This is an outdoor exhibit spanning our beautiful historic attraction. Please wear comfortable shoes and appropriate weather gear, we are open rain or shine. We will have a maze for the little ones to go through and a craft. There will be a refreshment stand along with a small retail area to get some goodies. The TERROR ZONE is expanded this year and is not recommended for children under the age of 12. It’s an absolutely amazing scare zone if you dare to enter.
Adults or children wearing masks will be required to remove them prior to entering the site. Thank you.
Have a great time and be sure to let us know how well we did by answering our survey at the end of your visit. Read more
Thank you to our 2016 sponsors:
For only $96 Stay and Experience Pumkinferno!
Now in its eighth great year, Discovery Harbour’s popular Haunted Harbour Halloween Event returns this October with even more Pumpkinferno and more Terror. Pumpkinferno is a unique blend of artistry, imagination and ingenuity that features intricately carved and lit artificial pumpkins that are combined into characters and scenes. Also experience frightening exhibits, displays, animatronics in our newly revamped “Terror Zone” The 2016 dates of operation include Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. from October 1st to October 30th.
• 1 night accommodation (Double Occupancy) at the Comfort Inn, Midland
• Admission for 2 to Pumpkinferno
• Complimentary Sizzling hot breakfast provided by Comfort Inn, Midland
To make reservations for this package
Comfort Inn Midland, 980 King Street, Midland Ontario L4R 4K3
A spooky guided tour by candlelight featuring encounters with apparitions in the window and footsteps in the hallway. Tales of actual people associated with the Military and Naval Establishments will include that of the McGarraty brothers who died on the march from York in June of 1831 and the tale of Private James Drury who died New Year’s Eve 1836 on guard duty at Officers’ Quarters.
- Please note that this event is primarily outdoors with visitors walking throughout the historic site.
- The tour cost is $10.00 per person plus HST.
- The tour goes rain or shine.
- Please arrive 15 minutes before the start time of the tour.
- Please, no pets are allowed
- Recommended for ages 10 and up
In cahoots with the Town of Penetanguishene, join us for this swashbucklin’ NEW FAMILY EVENT. Be sure to know your pirate name and beware landlubbers as Discovery Harbour will be the main Pirate Lair!! Shiver me timbers, rumor has it that the infamous Captain Corbin will be joining the day.
Walk the plank, learn how to speak "pirate" lingo, enter the Pirate's hideaway for fun activities and games, hornswaggler magic, a treasure hunt for dubloons, face painting and ruffians.
Meet “Buccaneer Brant” for blimey juggling, swab the decks and learn me scallywag knots. Be on the lookout for a Pirate Skirmish with the HMS Badger and Historic Military Establishments of Upper Canada.
Shuttles will move visitors between the dock in Penetanguishene and Discovery Harbour.