Collingwood is more than just a neighbor of Blue Mountain Ski resort. This town on Nottawasaga Bay has its own delights to discover, from historic homes to parks and trails, a marine heritage museum, and its own annual Elvis Festival.
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4.5 based on 105 reviews
Great day of hiking. Scenery amazing and trails well groomed and marked clearly. Terrain can be difficult at times depending on your skillset but the views are well worth the trek.
4 based on 543 reviews
I have many experiences skiing at Blue with family and with school groups. Overall, all staff are very friendly, kind and most helpful. Lessons are exemplary with safety, encouragement and expertise. Today, skiing with my children, my daughter had a 'wipe-out', not resulting in a serious injury, but a ski broken in half. (That being said, as a teacher, when serious injuries did occur, safety patrol was always quick, thorough, professional and kind.) Today, fellow skiers were helpful, and a lift operator at bottom of hill was so kind to stay with my girl until I could get to her. He called an on-demand shuttle to help us return to our car. Then, Hillside store staff were expertly knowledgeable to help us buy new skiis, for a super deal, with patience, and words of encouragement. A beautiful day on the slopes, with an unfortunate twist, but a happy ending, and my family is very grateful for the kindness extended to us by all staff.
4.5 based on 128 reviews
Great area for walking or biking or just sitting to enjoy a picnic. There is a food concession if you don't make a picnic from your own food. Not to much of a beach but great for those who can swim(I"M not one of those). Just wonderful to look out to the water and feel peace and relaxation!
4.5 based on 47 reviews
2016 Canadian Brewery of the Year. We brew award winning craft beer that is both wonderfully complex and highly drinkable. Our current offerings include a Bavarian style Wheat Ale, a Canadian Pale Ale, Dark Lager (Munich Dunkel), & Mountain Lager (Helles). Our retail store and tasting bar are open 7 days a week. Tours of the brewery are available on weekends only. We look forward to seeing you!
Definitely a great stop for some beer. I must say my favourite out of the selection is the wheat beer. The service is excellent, the bartender explained thoroughly each flavour to my boyfriend and I and continued to check up on us! We bought a 12 pack to bring home and a bottle for a great price. Would go again :)
4 based on 55 reviews
Lovely building and easy to find. Good info on what used to be a major shipbuilding centre. Keeps the history alive.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Quaint 150 year old Catholic Church offering Sunday Vigil Mass at 5:15 PM Saturday and Sunday Mass at 9 and 11 AM right in the heart of downtown Collingwood.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Theatre Collingwood presents live, professional theatre at The Historic Gayety Theatre in Collingwood. Our theatre company provides entertaining summer theatre from May to September, as well as one-night-only shows throughout the year. The Box Office (104-115 Hurontario Street) is NOT located at the theatre. Many local restaurants give discounts when you show your tickets to our shows. The theatre is climate controlled and wheel chair accessible. Collingwood is nestled in beautiful South Georgian Bay, where there are unlimited things to see and do. 15 minutes from Blue Mountain. Let us help you to put more PLAY in your life!
I have seasons tickets and would rate three good two not so good. Better than it was a few years ago still a ways to go.Thank you for your review and for attending our Theatre Collingwood plays. We have been working very hard to provide great live, professional theatre in Collingwood and we hope to see you again for our 2017 Summer Theatre Festival.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Visiting Tremont Studios is an authentic and energizing experience. Located on the second floor of this former 1889 hotel there are 10 working artists in individual studios creating a diverse and stunning variety of art, each with unique stories to tell. The hallways of the building serve as a gallery with new shows every second month. The studios are open to the public to meet the artists.
walked through here for the Collingwood art crawl. many many fantastic artists. the building has also been refurbished and looks amazing while keeping the old style of the building.
5 based on 7 reviews
Drinking beer at the brewery where it was made doesn’t get better. Beer that was brewed from the finest ingredients available, in small batches, which allows the brewers to keep a close eye on quality and precision, then follows a perfectly executed transfer and fermentation process, to then travel just a few feet away to your glass is, well – nirvana.
Delish beers on tap (everything they make is outstanding; with a beer for every tastebud). Casual, happening, friendly place to checkout, ...daily! All that you need in one spot for lunch, afternoon social or drinks and dinner. Don't let the crafted beers outshine the kitchen. There is a seriously amazing chef in that kitchen. Menu has a great variety..but think carnavore for some of the best selections - yum! Taps rotate every 3 weeks so always a new surprises at NWB...Full bar offering as well - rhubarb margarita is interesting or perhaps a zin with serious portion of ribs! Celebrate.
3.5 based on 160 reviews
The ulimate all ages, 4 season indoor/outdoor water adventure at the base of Blue Mountain in the Blue Mountain Village, Ontario. Inspired from the tradition of cottage-style boathouses, Plunge! is an authentic and magical expression of a place and its people. Indoor-outdoor pools, indoor water playground, hot tubs, rope swings, docks and slides are sure to provide year-round fun. Or, if you prefer, simply watch all the action from the comfort of your dock chair. Rediscover the meaning of fun!
It was a rainy day so we stopped in as other attractions were closed. Wanted to let kids have fun and we all enjoyed it.
Reception staff very courteous.
Indoor 'spa' (hot tub) closed. Outdoor hot tub jet not working.(apparently for weeks/months according some we met there). In fairness this was stated on a board at the front desk just disappointing.
Both urinals in men's washroom out is service leaving one toilet to serve and well it wasn't a dry area.
Echo the dirty part. At one end I seemed to be standing in sand. The dirt in the hot tub was very visible. We saw someone fix a drain cover but not clean the pools in the 2.5 hours we were there.
Towel and chair thing mentioned by others is true. A solution would be small lockers on deck.
Agree that a public pool with slides and a rope would have been just as good and less expensive. At about $15 a person, it was expensive for the quality of the venue.
But it did the trick so if you are stuck on a rainy day.
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