Across from Beckwith Island and adjacent to Thunder Beach, the community of Cedar Point has spent the better part of the past century enjoying the splendour of the Georgian Bay.
By 1950, nearly two-dozen families called Cedar Point their summer home. Our cottagers’ association was founded soon after, when a number of families committed to a shared stewardship of the beaches stretching between the Christian Island ferry dock and Marks Point. At this time, there was one access road and a general store. In the sixties, a second upper road was put in, allowing access to more lots and development. Despite the increase in permanent and seasonal residents, Cedar Point has retained its tucked away mystique – a gem nestled at the edge of Simcoe County at the top of Nottawasaga Bay.
Our mandate is to protect and enhance the cottage community we cherish, and our board oversees such issues as waterfront safety, fire prevention and environmental protection.