The Town of Collingwood encompass over 60 km of recreational trails for cyclists, walkers, joggers, skiers, and snowshoers, as well as adults and kids commuting to work or school. There’s a trail leading to every major point of interest in town, including the beaches of Sunset Point, the scenic lookout at Millennium Park, the tranquil gardens of the Arboretum, the new Labyrinth, and downtown Collingwood shops and restaurants. The well-marked trails can get us around town safely and quickly. They also give good reason to pause along the way, take a deep breath, and come back to linger.
The trails are four-season, multi-use paths for walkers, joggers, cyclists, skiers, and snowshoers. Crushed stone, concrete, wooden walkways and dirt-paths join street bicycle routes to help get you around town. Most surfaced trails are flat terrain and generally accessible for the physically challenged. Snowmobiles have town access via specially marked trails. No other motorized vehicles are permitted.
Collingwood Trails: Points of Interest
When you explore the beautiful Collingwood trails, keep an eye out for this stunning spots:
Millenium Park: Located right beside the famous Collingwood Terminals landmark, you will see beautiful views of the Collingwood Harbour, the Blue Mountains, and Georgian Bay.
Sunset Point Park: An iconic Collingwood waterfront location with stunning views of Georgian Bay, a great spot for picnics and family outings in the summer months!
Harbourview Park: A pristine park with easy access to the Georgian Bay waterfront. It is also home to the Awen’ Gathering Place, the Labyrinth and the boardwalk along the waterfront.
George Christie Nature Trails: These trails are located off of 11th Line and make for a fairly leisurely hike through the woods.