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Trail Information

Collingwood Trails Network

The Town of Collingwood trail system has over 60 kilometres of trails spread out throughout Collingwood. Visit Harbourlands Park, Harbourview Park, Sunset Point Park, along the Pretty River dyke, and throughout other scenic parts of Collingwood as your explore the trails. Recent additions include a lovely extension of the Sunset Point Trail, and the Black Ash Trail which runs along the Black Ash Creek. The trail runs along the creek all the way to the Georgian Trail behind the Collingwood Centre.
Collingwood ON 
T: 705-445-7450


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Georgian Trail

The Georgian Trail begins / ends in the east at Collingwood’s Harbourview Park and near Meaford Harbour in the west. From Craigleth to Meaford, the trail runs near Hwy. 26 West with numerous access points along the way including: Northwinds Beach, Craigleith Prov. Park (Day-pass required), Council and Peasmarsh Beach, The village of Thornbury Harbour and Bayview Park and Meaford Harbour. There is also parking at Harbourview Park in Collingwood from where the trail heads west to Craigleith.
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Ontario Trails Council

Central Ontario is Ontario’s playground with lush forests, sparkling lakes and rivers and lots of trails. In addition to the big open water of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, the region features hundreds of smaller lakes, rivers and interconnected waterways and canals. The trails take you along country roads, through dense woodlands and past towering sand dunes and limestone cliffs. And because this area generally gets plenty of snow, it’s a true four-seasons region with trails for snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing and hiking in the winter.
Collingwood ON 
T: 1-877-668-7245


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Bruce Trail

The Bruce Trail, Canada's oldest and longest footpath, provides the only continuous public access to the magnificent Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. It is one of only fifteen such reserves in all of Canada. Our Area of the Bruce Trail runs from Lavender to Craigleith.The terrain changes abruptly as the Bruce Trail enters the area known as the Blue Mountains. Here are Ontario's best-known ski resorts, set among high bluffs interspersed with deep wide valleys. From the Trail, there are excellent views of the rolling countryside and Nottawasaga Bay. Our area has wonderful hiking opportunities year round. Come on out and enjoy them. We hope to see you on our trails.
Collingwood ON 
T: 905.529.6821


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Georgian Triangle Maps and Trails

Travelers and locals alike thrill at our great outdoors. Come face to face with nature and panoramic vistas. Trek through caves and crevices. Scout parks and forests. Cruise around the Bay and revel in a sunset. Plunge into rivers and fly above the trees. Delve into geologic and wildlife wonders. Hit the trails, and choose from South Georgian Bay’s Kolapore Forest, Metcalfe Rock, Pretty River Valley, Beaver River Trail, Georgian Trail or the famous Bruce Trail, all featuring scenic spots for outdoor adventure. Our Visitor Centre counsellors can provide you with trail maps and suggest best hikes or go to visitsouthgeorgianbay.ca to find lookouts, trails, roads and points of interest to explore in this amazing South Georgian Bay region.

45 St. Paul St. at the Station, Collingwood, Collingwood ON 
T: 1.888.227.8667


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Cedar Grove Labyrinth

Mill & Bay Streets, Thornbury ON 
705.351.1543

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