// COME TAKE A WALK
There’s no better way to really get a feel and sense of place for Collingwood than to walk your way in and around town
There are wonderful self-guided discovery walks that have been mapped out to help guide your way through Collingwood’s artistic, historical, architectural, culinary and natural features.
Explore the Harbour
The Port of Collingwood and the larger harbour area are full of activities, offering breathtaking views, romantic sunsets, countless places to explore, boat launch areas, charter tours, spectacular places to sail and windsurf, trails upon trails for hiking, remote fishing areas, exciting paddling adventures and much more! Click the link to view the map and download the brochure.
Look Up Tour
If history and architecture is your thing, The Look Up tour is perfect for you. Explore the features and forms that define the wide range of architectural styles of the buildings in historic downtown Collingwood. Until the start of the 20th century, the architecture of Ontario towns were influenced by styles developed largely in France, Britain and the United States. Few structures are pure examples of a particular style; rather, they are interpretations of those styles depending on local resources, materials and craftspeople. Often, clues to a particular style can be found by literally Looking Up. Rooflines, window styles, turrets and embellishments are often telling features of a particular style. This self-guided walking tour takes about one hour to complete. Click the link to view the map and download the brochure.
This handy brochure comes complete with an explanation of common architectural styles and a glossary of terms to help you.
Good Food Stroll
Let your taste buds be your guide on the Good Food Stroll. Collingwood is home to an incredible array of culinary talent and offers a fantastic selection of unique restaurants, bars, craft breweries, coffee houses and specialty food shops that you just won’t find anywhere else. Collingwood is a culinary community that supports local farmers and regional fare and there is something for everyone including Non-GMO, organic, gluten free, vegetarian and vegan alternatives. One of the most popular things to do on a Saturday morning is to visit the Downtown Collingwood Farmers’ Market. It’s a great opportunity to get your shopping done, support local and mingle with a wide variety of producers who are passionate about what they grow, make or create. With a broad and diverse range of culinary experiences to choose from, you’ll be sure to find something that satisfies your palate just a short walk or bike ride from the many trails that weave through town. Click the link to view the map and download the brochure.
Art on the Street
With no shortage of creativity, Downtown Collingwood presents an outdoor gallery of hand painted chairs and murals created by artists of all ages and experience levels. This arts tour is a wonderful showcase of the creativity, talent and diversity that our community offers. The tour takes about 30 minutes from start to finish and runs from May to October. Feel free to sit down and relax in one of many chairs along the way. Click the link to view the map and download the brochure.
Explore, Dine, Stay
Destinations in Collingwood
There’s so much to do in and around historic Downtown Collingwood
Comfort Inn started as a motel over 50 years ago and has seen Collingwood grow to the #1 destination for outdoor adventures, food and relaxation.
This elegant Victorian jewel has been entertaining patrons since 1911. A 300-seat (325 person) capacity on Collingwood’s main street in the heart of the Historic Heritage District.
Living Water Resort & Spa in Collingwood is a four-season vacation resort — nestled in a natural playground between the mountains and
The VanderMarck Boutique Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Collingwood’s vibrant downtown and is steps to shopping, restaurants, the theatre, year-round festivals, and activities.
Your walking guide to locally inspired, farm fresh cuisine in Collingwood!
One of the most beautiful areas in Collingwood. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the rugged beauty of a once active shipping/grain storage area. The backdrop of the Collingwood Terminals with its huge white columns rises
Breathtaking views of Nottawasaga Bay, the Collingwood Harbour & the ski hill of Blue Mountain in the background
Sunset Point Beach is an iconic Collingwood waterfront location that overlooks Nottawasaga Bay.
Cranberry Golf Course is located in Collingwood & among the most beautiful Ontario courses with expansive fairways, bunkers & meticulously-manicured greens.
Crafting a truly unique beer requires a great recipe, the best ingredients, and a consistency that can only be achieved through countless hours of practice.
The Most Thrilling Xtreme Adventures, Live Your Own Adventure Today! Hummer Tours, Snowshoe Tours, Boat Tours, Jet Ski Rentals, Wakeboarding, Waterskiing, Tubing & Wakesurfing.
At The Collingwood Brewery, they celebrate the good things in life. Their beers are crafted from the freshest, all-natural ingredients.
The Craigleith Manor B&B has three suites with ensuite baths and is situated on the west side of Collingwood in a quiet and very private neighborhood.
Georgian Bay Hotel SpaThe intimate spa setting is sure to help you leave your cares behind. Highly trained staff provide a full line of services including registered massage therapy
A Full-Service Collingwood Spa Offering Massage and Aesthetic Treatments — is open to the general public. The only spa in Ontario to offer an exclusive AquapathTM Treatment.
Devonleigh prides itself on creating communities with superb curb appeal that will stand the test of time and add escalating value to the neighbourhoods in which they are located.