Secondary Highway 612 -

Highway 612 currently runs south from Highway 69 near Gordon Bay to the Muskoka/Parry Sound Boundary.  At the height of Highway 612's length, it ran south into Muskoka District (along what is now Muskoka Road 11) and met Highway 103 just south of MacTier.  The southern portion of Highway 612 was decommissioned when the District Municipality of Muskoka was formed in the early 1970s.  The entire historic length of Highway 612 is actually the original Highway 69 alignment through MacTier.  The Highway 69-Mactier Bypass was completed in the 1950s.

Secondary Highway 612 Shield

  Southern Terminus
  Current:  Highway 612 currently ends at the Muskoka - Parry Sound boundary.
  Historic:  Highway 612 continued southerly through MacTier and ended at Highway 103.  Highway 103 was later re-designated as Highway 69, as it is currently known.

Northern Terminus:  Highway 69 junction near Gordon Bay

Length:  Current: 4.2 km.  Historic: (approximately) 11.3 km

Multiplexes:  None

Orientation: North-South

Regions Served: Parry Sound District

AADT (2002):  530, for the entire (current) length of Highway 612.

Road Info:  Highway 612 is paved and has an 80km/h speed limit for its entire length.  Traffic is light, and pavement conditions are generally smooth, having only a few small rough patches.


Highway 612 information:  

Detailed Route information available below
Virtual Tour of Highway 612 (Coming Soon!)

Communities and Intersections along and Highway 612 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersecting Road
Muskoka Lakes - Seguin Boundary ----- 0 km / 4.2 km Healy Lake Road
Township of Seguin Dock Siding --- -----
Township of Seguin ----- 4.2 km / 0 km King's Highway 69
Highway 612 Ends

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