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Collingwood
Collingwood Charters provides quality waterfront tours, dinner cruises, sunset tours, local wine or beer tasting and private parties in a way that promotes friends, family and coworkers spending time together and enjoying the scenic views of Collingwood Harbour, the Nottawasaga Lighthouse and the escarpment as we cruise the Southern Coast of Georgian Bay! For more information please visit our website www.CollingwoodCharters.ca or call 705-443-1124.

Collingwood
A community music festival celebrating the life and career of Elvis Presley taking place July 27-29th, 2018.

Collingwood
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

Collingwood
Explore Collingwood with us! Join one of our knowledgeable local guides at Collingwood FREE walking tours and discover what they love about our community! What we offer Our guided outdoor walks are infused with a little something for everyone - humour, history, art and architecture. We offer great suggestions for (mostly free) things to do while you are in town. We want to be your local host! Everyone is welcome to join us for a leisurely 1.5 to 2 hour stroll - rain or shine. We especially encourage ladies on weekend getaways, families with kids and dogs on leashes. Simply arrive at our designated meeting spot and take the tour alongside anyone else that happens to come along. No reservations required! *What is a 'FREE' tour? The concept of a free city tour is extremely popular in Europe. As there is no set price, it is a great way for visitors of all budgets to get acquainted with the geography and sites of a new city. Our carefully selected guides work on a no-pressure, tips only basis. We believe this model encourages more participants to come out and give it a try, and ensures our guides give the best service on every tour. You decide what the tour is worth after you've participated.

Collingwood
Preserving Collingwood’s heritage is a century old tradition at the Collingwood Museum. Changing exhibits and core displays share the stories of the region’s First Nations peoples, as well as Collingwood’s evolution from a transportation and shipbuilding hub to a tourism destination. The Museum offers special events, educational programs, archives and research facilities, and a gift shop.

Collingwood
In our tasting bar you can expect to sample the highest quality extra virgin olive oils harvested from the most current crops around the globe. We utilize the alternating harvest seasons in the Northern and Southern hemispheres to access the most recent olive crushes, allowing us to offer the freshest juice available - not just once but twice per year! We offer both fused and infused oils that come in a variety of flavours using natural ingredients only. You are also invited to savour intense white and dark balsamic vinegars aged up to 18 years from Modena, Italy. Try everything BEFORE you buy. All of your selections are poured and bottled fresh in our shop for you to take home and enjoy. With over 40 flavour varieties and hundreds of pairing possibilities, the choices are endless!

Collingwood
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).

Collingwood
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.

Collingwood
The Town of Collingwood's many beautifully restored architectural buildings and homes illustrate its love of history and strong focus on preservation. The downtown core has been designated an official Heritage District — the first historic designated downtown in all of Canada. Learn about Collingwood's long and colourful history, best told while touring the numerous historic parks, buildings and murals. Retreats, places of beauty and points of interest with a past are all the more fascinating to visit.

The Blue Mountains
This museum, housed in a former railway station built in the 1870s, traces local history from the very distant to the much more recent past. It is also a branch of the The Blue Mountains Public Library. Along with museum and library services, the Craigleith Heritage Depot offers tourism information as well as a research center too. Visit often to see its changing exhibitions! Winter Hours: Mon - 10-5pm, Tue- 12-5pm, Wed- 3-8pm, Thurs- 12-5pm, Fri - 12-5pm, Sat - 10-5pm & Sun - 12-5pm

Collingwood
Creative Simcoe Street is an arts infused neighbourhood in downtown Collingwood. The area hosts over 25 independent and artistic businesses - including 14 artist studios, a black box theatre, dance school, galleries, books, media, flowers and charming culinary spots. Located one block east of Hurontario Street.

Clearview
Winner of the 2001 Market of the Year, the Creemore Farmers' Market aims to bring new experiences to its customers. Check out the selection of local vegetables, honey, syrup, meat,fresh baked goods, plants, crafts, and much more directly from producers that care. Saturday mornings. Victoria Day to Thanksgiving. 8:30am-12:30pm

Clearview
Creemore is not just a beer. It’s a place. Some say it’s one of the prettiest villages around. And in this century-old village, in what was once the old hardware store, Creemore Springs brews its beers. Each time-honoured style is crafted in small batches in a flame-fired copper kettle, combining the best hops and malted barley with the all-natural spring water of Creemore Springs – our namesake. Tours * Tasting Room * Retail * Beer Garden

The Blue Mountains
Crock A Doodle is where people come together to create, laugh, share and grow! Turn ready-to-paint pottery pieces into amazing works of art. It's fun art, not "fine art" so anything goes! Painted pieces are glazed and kiln-fired to a brilliant finish to become one-of-a-kind gifts and precious keepsakes.

Surrounding Area
All aboard our famous Tall Ships! Experience Canadian history and learn what life was like for sailors and soldiers at this 19th century naval and military base. See a 200 year old shipwreck. Experience our great line-up of 2017 special events celebrating 150 years of Ontario and Canadian history!

Collingwood
Celebrating the Creative Spirit in Downtown Collingwood...40 LAMP POST BANNERS and 24 MUSKOKA CHAIRS featuring the creative energies of artists from across the community, will bring life to COLLINGWOOD’s Historic downtown. TAKE THE TOUR! Art on the Street, Historic Wall Murals and Display Panels, Art Galleries and Studios, Artisans and great Outdoor Exhibitions! This year's theme will celebrate Marine Heritage in honour of the arrival of the tall ships to our harbour in August as a celebration of the War of 1812 Bicentennial. Art on the Street can be enjoyed from the May long weekend to Thanksgiving weekend. Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase one of the Art Chairs at the live auction, held in the Collingwood Farmers’ Market, on Thanksgiving weekend!

Clearview
Duntroon Highlands Golf Club “The Jewel of the Escarpment” is a challenging 18 hole, par 71 golf course nestled high above Georgian Bay, overlooking hundreds of miles of scenic Central Ontario. With breathtaking views, well manicured fairways and challenging greens, the golf course takes advantage of the elevation changes to create exceptional shot values on every hole. There is a good mix of open and tight fairways, along with water in play on 12 holes, to challenge even the most experienced golfer yet playable for the beginner and novice. The club has a Driving Range and Short Game Practice Facility as well as a full service Restaurant and Bar.

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Eagle Adventure staff are experienced in guiding kayaking, canoeing, SUP, biking, snowshoeing, caving and climbing experiences. An example of some Adventure trips are to visit the wreck of the Mary Ward and the famous Clay Cliffs. Rentals available for all activities. Book ahead!

Beaver Valley
Eugenia Falls Emporium is an old-fashioned garage redesigned as a soft ice cream parlour (vanilla, chocolate or twist!), candy store and café. Our Café offers fresh ground espresso coffee, and delicious lunches including sandwiches, salads, soups and pastries . Our menu includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. "The Pickle Guy Company" has its headquarters here and we have a full selection of The Pickle Guy products to taste. Produced on site! Open Fri-Sun and long weekends 10am-5pm. Open from June 9 until November 519-378-4978.

The Blue Mountains
U-pick in-season raspberries, cherries, pears and pumpkins. Acre upon acre of u-pick apples. Kids run freely through the farmer's fun fields, challenging themselves with our rope and cedar mazes or simply having fun at our sand mountain or meeting our barnyard crew while you shop in our farm market. Open July 1 to October 31

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