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Family Entertainment Centre. Go Karts, Batting cages, Kiddy rides, Mini golf, Arcade, Snack bar featuring cotton candy and funnel cakes.
The natural beauty of the Niagara Escarpment acts as a picturesque backdrop to the course’s well-maintained tees, fairways, greens and gardens. This excellent walking course is designed with both the 9th and 18th holes returning to the Clubhouse. Blue Mountain Golf and Country Club is located on the 10th Line between 6th Street and Mountain Rd. 18 Holes, Semi-Private, Par 72, Licensed Dining Room, Pro Shop. Green Fees Welcome.
The Blue Mountains
(A hard ride) 35 km loop that starts at the Blue Mountain Inn, east on Grey Rd 19 toward Collingwood, then follow G.R. 19 southwest as it turns back up the mountain. Turn right on the 4th Line past the hamlet of Banks to Loree Forest on 21st Sideroad and follow this road down into the Beaver Valley to Victoria’s Corners on Grey #2. Visit Georgian Hills Vineyards at this corner for a Wine Tour. Go north (right) on Grey Rd #2 to Hwy #26 at Thornbury, turn right and pick up the Georgian Trail a quarter-mile down on the right side. Ride the Trail back to the Craigleith Depot (stop for a visit and water) and back up Grey Rd #19 back to the Inn.
Four Season Resort offering year round recreation, lodging, festivals and events. Dining and shopping in the Blue Mountain Village. Children's programs and conference facilities available. The definitive winter escape is in your own backyard.
Blue Mountain Village – Banks – Ravenna 41 km • Allow 1 hour, plus stop Start at the Blue Mountain Village. Take time here to stroll through this pedestrian village’s variety of shops and cafés or take a gondola ride (seasonal) up the mountain. Once back in your car, exit The Village and turn right on Grey Rd 19. Follow the roundabout to Scenic Caves Road where it climbs the ski hill at the south end of Blue Mountain. At the top of this road is the Scenic Caves Nature Adventure Park. For some real excitement, stop here, tour the crevices and take a walk on southern Ontario’s longest suspension footbridge. It offers the most spectacular views of Georgian Bay. Follow this road until it reaches Banks, turn right and turn via the Loree Forest (good place to stop and hike) to Grey Rd 2 (left). Watch for the Georgian Hills Vineyards on the right where you might want to stop in for a tasting. Stay on this road past Ravenna (the Ravenna Country Market is worth a look) until Grey Rd 19. Turn left here and follow Grey Rd 19 back to Blue Mountain. Dramatic views of Georgian Bay highlight this route.
The Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains has a number of rock and sand beaches including Northwinds, Christie Beach, Craigleith Provincial Park and Peasmarch Beach. Northwinds Beach is a Blue Flag Beach and is located on Hwy #26 right across teh road from the historic Craigleith Depot. Christie Beach offers one of the best sand beaches on this part of the bay and is located at the end of Christie Beach Road, off Hwy #36 west of Thornbury. Litter River Beach Park is also a Blue Flag Beach near Thornbury Harbour. Check out our newest beach at Delphi Point, just past Wards Road. The Georgian Bay shoreline offers some great fossil specimens for tracing at Craigleith Provincial Park. Bring some paper and an pencil and trace the lines of 450 million-year old fossils. Peasmarch Nature Reserve and Beach has a wetland natural aream trout fishing at the mouth of Indian Brook and both sandy and stony beaches. Council Beach is also along Hwy #26 across from Grey Road 40. Please remember to leave our beaches and shorelines as you found them and take only pictures.
A must-see studio boutique experience. Inspired by the colourful spirit of nature, Bonnie's EARTH SERIES paintings celebrate beauty and mystery. Contemporary collection of sterling silver and Swarovski crystal jewellery.
Café Chartreuse is a European style cafe,owned and operated by Ruth and Patrick Bourachot. Patrick is a French-trained Chef with a passion for food. With items made from fresh ingredients and pastries made from scratch, Café Chartreuse is the destination of choice for those seeking a gourmet taste experience and a culinary adventure where the menu is never the same two days in a row. Chalk Board Menu. Items are made with fresh ingredients. Pastries made from scratch. Organic, regular and specialty coffees. Private dining and catering available.
The Candy Factory is the ultimate chocolate and candy source. Watch and learn through the Factory viewing area. The store is filled with everything imaginable to satisfy the sweet tooth, including truffles, novelty chocolate shapes, lollipops, brittles, fudge, assorted chocolates and a variety of gift packs and baskets. Summer Weekdays 9am - 8pm, Sat. 10am - 8pm, Sun. 10am - 6pm. Winter Weekdays 9am - 5:30pm, Sat.10am - 5:30pm, Sun. 11am - 5:30pm.
Fresh veggies and fruit in season (incl. organics), baked goods, pastured lamb, cured meats, maple syrup, local honey, loose leaf teas, jellies, cut flowers, local crafts and more. Sundays from 11-2 in Lions Park, from the beginning of June to Thanksgiving.
Overlooking the crystal blue water of Georgian Bay, in the shadow of the Niagara Escarpment sits Grey County's first winery, Coffin Ridge. A boutique winery by design, Coffin Ridge produces high quality, small batch wine made primarily from grapes grown from hand planted, hand picked Grey County grapes. Coffin Ridge's three signature wines: Into The Light White, Back From The Dead Red and Resurrection Rose express the Grey County terroir exquisitely. Start your day at Coffin Ridge with a wine tasting led by our knowledgeable staff. From there you can retreat to the deck for a glass of wine and our vintner's plate made up of local artisanal breads and cheeses which have been specifically paired with the glass of wine you are drinking. Relax, listen to music and enjoy the Coffin Ridge experience.
Specializing in providing spectacular BOAT TOURS and CRUISES, we depart 7 days a week from Collingwood Harbour. Departing at every point of the day, from sunrise to sunset - we have a great experience for your family awaiting you! Visit sites like the Shipwreck of the Mary Ward and snorkel the amazing history of the area! Start or end the day either watching the sunrise or sunset from the beautiful waters of Georgian Bay. We even have live entertainment on board! So what are you waiting for? Take a look at our webpage for all the great maritime experiences we provide, or call 705.444.9451 for more information. We are passionate about boating and you'll see the difference when you come aboard with Collingwood Adventure Voyages!
A community music festival celebrating the life and career of Elvis Presley taking place July 25 to July 28, 2013.
Every Saturday morning from the May long weekend to Thanksgiving you are welcome to come downtown to the Collingwood Farmers' Market where you will find fresh foods and unique items for sale. Come out and support your local farmers and businesses. 8:30am-1:00pm
Numerous exhibits on the interesting history of Collingwood Shipyards, Petun Native Indian culture and the transportation heritage of Collingwood.
(Moderate — break a sweat) 41 km loop. South from Collingwood on 10th Line, west on Nottawasaga SR 30-31 to Rob Roy and return via Pretty River Valley. Scenic and rolling hills. Consider a night’s stay at the beautiful Pretty River Valley Country Inn.
Books, music CDs, films and internet use. Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-9pm, Fri 10am-8pm, Sat.10am-5pm, Sun. 1-4pm (closed Sundays during July and August).
It was the arrival of the railroad in 1855 that cemented Collingwood’s worth as a centre for shipping and shipbuilding, since the rail line offered the ability to transport goods, materials and people easily and efficiently through the Great Lakes and points west. For 103 years, Collingwood built lake freighters, corvettes, minesweepers, barges, ferries, ice breakers — anything that could sail on the Great Lakes and beyond. All of the ships were all launched sideways, usually about 12 noon. Expect to see numerous exhibits at the Museum showing Collingwood’s ship-building history, Petun First Nations’ culture and our transportation heritage. The museum is in the Railroad Station on Huron Street and St. Paul, footsteps from the harbour.
(Extra lung required) 61 km. A challenging climb up the Escarpment on County Road 19 to County Road 2, south through Kolapore Highlands to Feversham. Return via Grey Rd. 31 to Rob Roy & Pretty River Valley, left on 10th Line to Collingwood. Reward yourself with lunch, dinner or a snack in downtown Collingwood.
The town of Collingwood is proud of its rich, architectural heritage that dates back to the late 19th century. In order to preserve, restore and compliment the wonderful and historically significant buildings, the downtown core has been designated an official Heritage District — the first historic designated downtown in all of Canada. Learn more through a self-guided walking tour of the downtown core and a driving tour through some of the city’s residential neighbourhoods. Tour on foot, save gas and escape worrying about parking cars.
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