DISCOVER THE COLLINGWOOD YOU DON’T KNOW!

Living Water Resorts, situated between the waters of the Georgian Bay and the peaks of Blue Mountain, has the unparalleled opportunity to take in all the beauty, history and experiences that Collingwood and the Georgian Bay Triangle has to offer. From hidden gems, like the Awen Gathering Place, to the intriguing history of Collingwood and the Grain Terminals and transformation of the city, to the abundance of outdoor activities in every season, there is far more to Blue Mountain than the mountain itself.

The Discover Collingwood Tour offers small group tours that span 4 days and 3 nights, with accommodations at Living Water Resorts and new, exciting experiences everyday with new insights, learning and free time. Explore local landmarks and points of interest, enjoy local breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily and unwind with Living Water Resorts amenities, including the Living Shore Spa, offering the ONLY Aquapath experience in Ontario

DISCOVER COLLINGWOOD

The Tour Highlights

Historical Collingwood

Historical Collingwood

Take a stroll through the picturesque and quaint historical downtown of Collingwood. Enjoy many shops, with offerings from local artisans and unique treasures. Discover what locals and tourists alike love about his historic streets from cultural cafes to fine dining, live music, art galleries, farmers market and so much more.

Georgian Hills Vineyard

Georgian Hills Vineyard

Taste distinct cool climate wines made from grapes grown on the vines overlooking Georgian Bay, during the winery visits of the Discover Collingwood Tour. Wine and dine on charcuterie and fine cheeses, while enjoying a beautifully scenic view.

Collingwood Grain Terminals

Collingwood Grain Terminals

The Collingwood Grain Terminals is an iconic landmark in the community. It can be seen for miles around Collingwood and symbolizes the twin engines of commerce in the early 1900s, agriculture and shipping. It was constructed in 1929.

Tour Lookout

Blue Mountain Lookout

This lookout delivers a bird’s eye view of the Blue Mountain Village, the town of Collingwood and the Georgian Bay. On a clear day, one may see as far as Wasaga Beach and the Christian Island to the northeast.