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    Ski or snowboard the hills of Blue Mountain.

    Discover the local food scene

    Relax, refresh, rejuvenate at area spas

    Snowshoe and explore along the Escarpment and in ancient forests

    Outdoor Activities Beyond the Ski Slopes

    Unique B&B Inns with Extras


  • The word Creemore is of Irish decent and directly translates to “big heart”, which is no doubt the best two word description of the small town. Nestled within the valley between the Mad and Noisy Rivers, Creemore is a quaint village with a lot of character. Stroll down the quiet main street and pop into little shops and restaurants as you please.

    Creemore is home to North America’s smallest jail, measuring 15′ x 20′. If you’re looking to learn more about the history of the town, a 10 page booklet on the historic buildings of the area can be purchased from the local bookstore and will take you on a tour of homes dating back to 1890 and earlier.

    If you’re looking for a quiet spot for a picnic or just want to be surrounded by the peace and tranquility of nature, the Mad River Park may be the perfect setting. It’s a nice spot to just stop and relax and enjoy the soothing sounds of the river. Make sure to look for the garden located on the main street; it has been beautifully maintained by the Creemore Horticultural Society since the 1920’s.

    Most notably, Creemore is home to the Creemore Springs Brewery, in operation since 1987. Known for its refreshing and unique taste, the beer at Creemore Springs is still prepared the old fashioned way, as beer was brewed 100 years ago. As well, they continue to use their traditional European recipe that consists of just four ingredients - Malted Barley, Hops, Water and Yeast. A copper kettle is used to fire-brew the liquid in small batches that allows the beer to ferment longer. This process creates a flavour unlike anything else found in North America. When in Creemore, a tour of the brewery is a must.