Flowering crabapple trees in shades of pale pink to deep mauve should be in full bloom this weekend and they are a real treat to come upon throughout the area.
BEST BEACHES & SHORELINE VISTAS
South Georgian Bay has the world's longest freshwater beach and close to a dozen rock shale beaches set between two UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
From dead flat to flat out, we have a trail or vista just waiting to take your breath away. Challenge your skills or just cruise the temperate blue rythm of Georgian Bay.
TASTE OF THE BAY
Our Taste Trail is a great way to discover the local food scene. Highlights include a brewery, two wineries, candy and chocolate factory, cheese shop, honey farm and farmers' markets.
BEST ROAD TRIPS
Try life in the slow lane and enjoy quiet tree-lined roads, quaint hamlets and spectacular natural attractions for which South Georgian Bay is famous.
TALL SHIPS 1812 TOUR
August 16-18, 2013 - Experience the breathtaking power and beauty of authentic Tall Ships as they visit Collingwood Harbour!
GREAT OUTDOOR PLACES
Georgian Bay, the dozens of rivers, the vistas from The Blue Mountains and the Niagara Escarpment ... the possibilities to enjoy the outdoors are endless.
GREAT HISTORICAL JOURNEYS
South Georgian Bay’s history runs deep. Follow the paths of the Jesuits, Samuel de Champlain, The Hurons and the Petun tribe, ship-builders, British soldiers and pioneers.
MOST AWESOME TREKS
South Georgian Bay has thousands of kilometres of hiking trails that stretch and wind their way through diverse landscapes along the Niagara Escarpment.
BEST TOWNS & VILLAGES
The historic shoreline towns of Collingwood, Craigleith, Thornbury, Meaford and Wasaga Beach share spectacular natural setting with outstanding views, recreation and diverse cultural life.