McGregor Bay has been home to First Nations people for thousands of years and a destination for summer vacationers for over one hundred. It is a picturesque archipelago of islands with many channels accessible only by water. Private properties are sparingly dispersed among undisturbed Crown Land creating a space that affords not only tranquility but a strong sense of commitment for the protection and preservation of the area. The quintessential McGregor Bay is experienced from the water and almost everyone who visits comes by boat. Some love to fish, others kayak, some sail.