Winter Activities - Collingwood & Blue Mountains
Winter Activities to do in Collingwood & Blue Mountain!
COVID-19 Safe Updated December 29th 2020
Collingwood & Blue Mountains is filled with things to keep anyone busy and entertained!
We’ve chosen the top winter activities to see & do in Collingwood and the surrounding area, keep reading to find out what they are!
South Georgian Bay encompasses a vast system of wilderness trails, footpaths, and “rail to trails” that wind their way through diverse landscapes along the Niagara Escarpment, along Georgian Bay, through historic Collingwood and the beautiful Blue Mountains. CLICK HERE to check out all the amazing trails.
Collingwood’s historic Downtown Heritage Conservation District boasts an exciting array of boutique shops, services and restaurants. Several restaurants, cafe & shops are offering take out and curbside pickup.
Collingwood is quickly becoming Ontario’s Craft Beverage Capital. Tour the 4 beer breweries, 3 distilleries and 1 kombucha brewer participating in this year’s inaugural Collingwood Craft Beverage Tour. Tap into the different virtual events, takeout & delivery options available in this historic, waterfront town. While testing out the beverages, make sure to complete the passport for a chance to win some great prizes.
In an effort to provide you with some resources and also support our small business community in the food and beverage industry, we’ve compiled a list of resources available to you. Please note that things are changing by the minute and we’re doing our best to keep this list up-to-date and accurate. My Collingwood has put together a great list CLICK HERE to learn more
From the Georgian Trail for beginners to the groomed trails of Highlands Nordic for the expert, South Georgian Bay has something for everyone. Check out some of the provincial parks for specific usage restrictions Loree Forest, Kolapore, Pretty River Valley Provincial Park, Blueberry Trail in Wasaga.