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    Fun and sun on the beach ... leave your footprints in the white sand.
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  • BIKE IT

    Exhilarating downhills on Blue Mountain...Or tranquil journeys along the shores of Georgian Bay
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  • PADDLE & CRUISE IT

    Canoe, kayak or cruise Georgian Bay, the Beaver and the Nottawasaga Rivers
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  • TASTE IT

    Discover the local food scene
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  • DRIVE IT

    Scenic countryside, rolling hills, winding rivers and breathtaking views
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  • GOLF IT

    Rated as one of Ontario's best golf destinations
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  • RELAX IT

    Relax, refresh, rejuvenate at area spas
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  • HIKE IT

    Up close with wildlife and wildflowers in meadows, caves, ancient forests and old mills
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  • DISCOVER IT

    South Georgian Bay´s history runs deep
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  • SEE IT, HEAR IT

    Art tours, music festivals, theatre performances, historical journeys
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  • SHOP IT

    Shop, dine, unwind in our historic towns and villages.
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  • VIEW IT

    Enjoy panoramic views of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment.
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  • ZIP IT

    Zipline, rock faces, suspension bridges... extreme adventure in South Georgian Bay.
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See & Do


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Collingwood
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.

Collingwood
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.

Clarksburg
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.

this 74-acre farm is located at the base of the Blue Mountains in Nottawa, Ontario, just 2 minutes outside Collingwood. they currently have 12.5 acres planted of hops, with over 18 varieties, fed by the waters of the Pretty River. They are a family owned business that prides itself on as little processing of the hops as possible, in order to maintain high oil and flavour content. they dry at low heat and use a unique whole leaf pelletizing process that preserves the oil and lupulin, as compared to the pellets from the Pacific Northwest*. Craft brewers and home brewers, brew in small batches for the same reason we dry and process our hops in a small batch way. It delivers a richer more flavour full beer! You may have to adjust your recipes to accommodate this type of increased flavour. But, rest assured it will be worth it!

Owen Sound
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.

Collingwood
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!

Collingwood
A community music festival celebrating the life and career of Elvis Presley taking place July 25 to July 28, 2013.

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
Numerous exhibits on the interesting history of Collingwood Shipyards, Petun Native Indian culture and the transportation heritage of Collingwood.

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 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.

Four hundred and forty-five million years ago, The Town of The Blue Mountains was submerged under a most unusual sea. This Ordovician Sea was not at all like our modern deep ocean basins. It was extensive and shallow, probably warm, oxygenated and sunlit. These factors combined to make the perfect environment for one of the world’s first species of animal to flourish — the trilobite. Trilobites enjoyed a long history of scavenging the bottom of our ancient sea, all this happening approximately 250 million years before the first dinosaur walked the earth. Ideal geologic and atmospheric conditions allowed for fossilization of these creatures, giving us the unique opportunity of viewing these ancient inhabitants of our area.

The Blue Mountains
The Depot owes its existence to Sir Sandford Fleming, Canada’s celebrated railway engineer. In 1872, Sandford’s father, sold a parcel of land to the Northern Railway for the purpose of constructing a station for the community. By 1880 a handsome station with the very newest architectural design, a rounded turret, opened its doors to the whistle of the locomotive and promise of prosperity for the community. In a direction quite unforeseen by the Flemings, the little station became the hub of ski trains from Toronto in the early 1940’s, and planted the seeds for what was to become Ontario’s premier ski and four season recreational destination. On September 21st 2008 the Craigleith Heritage Depot reopened their doors as a community heritage interpretation centre and tourism office.

Craigleith
A growing demand for artificial light led to the establishment, in 1859, of plant called the Craigleith Oil Shale Works to obtain oil through the treatment of local bituminous shales. The enterprise, the only one of its kind in the province’s history, failed by 1863. The inefficiency of its process made its products uncompetitive after the discoveries of “free” oil at Petrolia and Oil Springs, near Sarnia. A commemorative plaque can be found at the Craigleith Provincial Park off Highway #26.

Collingwood
A Gold Medalist in Canada’s Golf Ranking Magazine of the top golf resorts in Canada. You can experience an expansive 18-hole golf course, Canada’s first Audubon Society certified golf course, and subsequently awarded the prestigious Environmental Stewardship Award. Enjoy the full-service marina, spa, all-season recreation centre, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, indoor & outdoor pools, tennis courts and exceptional dining. Experience Living Water Resort and Residences, the first and only waterfront hotel in the area. **Cranberry Golf Resort also offers a wide variety of weekly or daily kids summer camps. If you are between the ages of 3 and 16, come spend your summer having fun and making friends at Camp Cranberry!**

Clearview
Visit Creemore for a timeless ambience and charming historic streetscape within a rural setting. There’s a lot to see and do in town, including exploring North America’s Smallest Jail, and the numerous boutique shops around town. Historic plaques will give you insight into the town’s past, and a self-guided walking tour by the local historical society is a great way to get to know the village. When you’re done, take a free tour of Creemore Springs, where brewing beer is done just as it was more than a hundred years ago. Creemore is an affirmation of the increasing trend for fresh, local and organic food products and experiences. Creemore’s Farmers' Market is a great place to buy local. Additionally, choose from a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and ‘locavore’ grocery stores, all of whom support farmers and agriculture from the region.

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.

Clearview
Creemore Springs Brewery in Creemore, Ontario is a place that seems to stand still in time. Creemore has a quiet ambience and charming streetscape in a rural setting and the brewing at Creemore Springs is done, as it was more than a hundred years ago. Creemore Springs Premium Lager has been honoured as one of the world’s great beers. Their unique amber lager is direct fire brewed in small batches and delivered fresh weekly. They use only four ingredients — Malted Barley, Hops, Water and Yeast. It also helps that they’re blessed with their own spring water source that is perfectly suited for making the perfect beer. Come for a free brewery tour available daily.

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.

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