Located on Frying Pan Island in the Sans Souci area on the coast
of Georgian Bay, Henry's is known for its famous fish and chips including
battered and pan fried Pickerel dinners.
One of the more unusual aspects of Henry's is that seaplanes fly
in throughout the day dropping of hungry tourists so they can get
their fill of Henry's fresh pickerel. At lunch and dinner the air
is full of seaplanes dropping in from Parry Sound and Midland.
A variety of services are also offered at Henry's including, overnight
docking with power and fuel for sale. If you are flying in, Henry's
is a registered water aerodrome found in the Water Aerodrome Supplement.
Be sure to plan on making it one of your Georgian Bay destinations!
HENRY'S WYE HERITAGE MARINA
The second location at the marina on Ogden’s Beach Road, bringing
the same appeal to the mainland.
Enhanced by the traditional cottage flair of the original, the
interior of Henry’s South boasts a post-and-beam structure, with lanterns
strung up by thick rope, as well as fishing nets and big catches stuffed
and mounted on the walls.
A large outdoor patio overlooks the water and doubles the seating
to almost 200 during summer months.