Photos at Bayview Pines & Providence Bay,
Manitoulin Island

Front:   Front of Bayview Pines
Kitchen:   Glenn & Judy Black in the kitchen at Bayview Pines
Living Room, looking into main floor bathroom (4 pc, tub, shower, sink, toilet)
Living room
Bedroom #1 upstairs with double bed
Bedroom #1
Bedroom #2, with double bed
Bedroom #2
Rear:   Rear of Bayview Pines, looking North along the outside of the large country kitchen
Backyard Garden:   Large treed lot in rear Large rear garden, with rhubarb, rasberries, plums, strawberries, and gooseberries.
Rear Treed Lot:   Looking East from rear of lot towards house.  Looking West from edge of lawn into the rear forest. As this is the narrowest gap in forest between West and East side of town, wildlife (deer, rabbits, etc.) often use this as the crossing point between the adjacent forest.
Garden Shed:  Garden tools, bike, BBQ, etc. are stored in here.
Waterfront View from front of Bayview Pines:  Blue at the end of the Main Street is the water at Providence Bay, close enough to walk
Huron Sands Motel:   Down the street at the next block is the Huron Sands Motel, Cedars Coffee Shop (delicious lunches, pizza Friday & Sat. nights, ...), and convenience store (bread, videos, milk, pop, Laundromat, ...)
Interpretative Centre:   At the waterfront, on one end of the boardwalk, you have arts, crafts, & exhibits, ice cream parlor, and local crafts for sale.
Beach Play Area:   No beach would be complete without swings, slide, monkey bars, and jungle gym.
Sandy Beach:   Looking West from the far East side of the beach, there's lots of room to play & explore.  The beach at the end of main street is public and fully accessible to all for over 1.5 km. You can build sand castles, or hike along the boardwalk, all the way to the forested Eastern point of Providence Bay, where the old lighthouse stood.
Fish & Chips:   Fresh whitefish from local fishermen are used for delicious fish & chips, and much more; near the waterfront.
General Store Crafts:   Each summer, the old General Store opens up with a selection of local crafts made on Manitoulin.
 Salmon Fishing:   Known for its salmon fishery, brook trout, and many others, Mindemoya River flows through town and out into Lake Huron. There's miles of river bank to find a private spot to try your luck and skill at landing the big one.
Public Dock:   Public dock is at the far East side of the Bay, with finger docks, boat launching ramp, fish cleaning station, boat supplies,...
Fairgrounds:   Located behind the fairgrounds, there is a large course for dirt bikes and ATV's to practice their skills and timing.