The Canadian township of Oro-Medonte rests on the shores of Lake Simcoe in Simcoe County, Ontario. Oro and Medonte were once neighbours -- each a township in itself. In 1994, however, Oro and Medonte merged into one. The resulting township resides next to its fellow township of Springwater.
When in Oro-Medonte enjoy some freshwater fun on the northwestern shores of Lake Simcoe. There are also many beautiful parks, beaches, and valleys to explore: Barilia Park, Baywood Park, Roberta Park, Oro Park, the Cedarmont Beach, Base Lake Provincial Park, Hawkestone Beach, Moons Beach, Waddington Beach, Palm Beach, Park Beach, and Fair Valley, and Horseshoe Valley.
In the winter, be sure to visit Mount St. Louis-Moonstone and Hardwood Hills for great skiing. Or, sign up to the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, and join others riding from Barrie to Orillia.
Check out Bass Lake Provincial Park, and St. Thomas Anglican Church (which was built between 1838 and 1841).