- VisitSouthGeorgianBay.ca (Georgian Triangle Tourist Association)
en francais: http://voyagesbaiegeorgienne.ca
- Georgian Bay Coastal Route
- Grey County Tourism
- Tourism Simcoe County
- Tourism Barrie
- Grey Bruce Your Way
OTHER AREA ATTRACTIONS
A continuous footpath along the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory. The Georgian Triangle has some of the most scenic and interesting parts of the Trail, which offer the outdoor adventurer great hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing or just Mother Nature herself.
Travelling the quiet country roads of the Blue Mountains, enjoy the sweet aroma of blossoms in the spring; ripening fruit in the summer; brilliant colours in the fall and crisp sheets of white in the winter. No matter what time you visit, the Apple Pie Trail is always delicious.
Experience the variety of baths including Norwegian Steam Room and Finnish Sauna. No reservations required for baths. Massages by appointment.
Santa’s Village is like Christmas in the summer! Features include: Santa Claus and his elves at work, Santa’s Roller Coaster Sleigh ride, Santa’s deer, the Red Baron biplane ride, ferris wheel, swan paddle boats, Jumpin’ Star mini-dropper, ATV peddle bikes, Elves Island Play Village, live amphitheatre shows with clowns, magicians and roving entertainers, games of skill, gifts and great food.
The Canadian Cave and Karst Information Server
A UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, the Niagara Escarpment is one of Canada ‘s most significant landforms. It is cherished for its natural environment and praised for being a working example of sustainable development. Discover what the escarpment is, where it is and why it is so special.
Wasaga Beach has been long hailed as one the premier tourist destinations in Ontario . For over a century, tourists have travelled to the welcoming shores of Nottawasaga Bay , to stroll along 14 kilometres of white sand beach, swim in warm, clean waters and enjoy the panoramic mountain views across the Bay.
The Georgian Trail is a 32 km trail from Collingwood to Meaford, passing through dense woodlands and scenic areas, with access to several water-front parks, conservation areas and convenient facilities adjacent to the trail.