Outdoor Person's Paradise

Your Collingwood Bucketlist

Collingwood is Ontario’s outdoor adventure destination.

With activities to satisfy government and fun regulations, how many can you check off your Collingwood bucketlist?

Local Attractions

Niagara Escarpment

Hike, Bike, Run, Ski, Boat in the Niagara Escarpment. This world renowned attraction is your gateway to fun in every season.

Wasaga Beach

Ontario's largest freshwater beach, and your destination for some of Ontario's best paddling, swimming, and lounging on the beautiful sandy beach.

Georgian Trail

The Georgian Trail runs some 34 kms along the magnificent southern shore of Georgian Bay between Collingwood and Meaford. The trail features a hard-packed, granular surface ideal for walkers, joggers, cyclists, cross-country skiers and snowshoers.

Blue Mountain Village

The Village at Blue Mountain has a plethora of boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, and bars. Go for the amazing après and stay for the live music, and electric nightlife.

Georgian Bay

Georgian Bay is the northeastern arm of Lake Huron. On Georgian Bay's West side is Bruce Peninsula National Park and the famous Bruce Trail that meets the Niagara Escarpment. Georgian Bay is characterized by distinctive rugged bedrock and white pine forests in the North, and sandy beaches in the South. Visit Georgian Bay's beautiful public beaches, camp on open rock at its many campsites, and swim in Ontario's bluest waters.

Watch The Sunset at Sunset Point Park

Visit Sunset Point Park for its amazing trails, clean family-friendly benches, public washrooms, and restaurant serving Collingwood famous hot dogs, french fries, and ice cream cones! This spectacular point is perfectly positioned to watch Ontario's renowned sunset over Georgian Bay.

Scandinave Spa

The Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain is known for their renowned Scandinavian Baths situated on 25 acres of serene natural forest. The Spa offers Registered Massage Therapy treatments and now offers a certified Forest Bathing Trail experience, as well as access to a number of wooden trails on the property for hiking, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing.