Walks a long the Trail

The Georgian Trails
The Georgian Trail which is originally known as the Northern Railway, stretched 34km from Collingwood to Meaford. There are over 30 different access point to the trail. It is a flat stone surface, ideal for walking and cycling. Following the trail you will see some amazing view of the area such as; Georgian Bay Waterfront, Apple Orchards, parks and beaches.

Collingwood Trails
The Collingwood Network of trails is over 70km of trails leading in every direction. While strolling along the flat terrain you can see sights such as; Sunset Point, The Georgian Bay Lookouts, the Arboretum, The Station Museum and Collingwood Downtown.

Clearview Train Trail
This trail is an easy 11 KM from Stayner to Collingwood.  This is also a former rail line, but has now been hard-packed with crushed gravel. It is ideal for walking, running and cycling. It has views of the beautiful landscape along the way.

Beaver River Trail
This is a beautiful trail that connect Thornbury Harbour and Clendenan Dam along the beaver river. It offers a handful of scenic rest areas and vistas.


Stunning Lookouts


Irish Mountain Lookout
Follow Highway 26 west, past Thornbury, turn right and head north on County Road 112 west of Meaford.

Epping Lookout
Has a stunning view on looking the western side of Beaver Valley.  Go south on County Road 7 from Meaford for about 15.2km.

Nottawasaga Lookout 
Located south of Collingwood at 794685 Osprey-Clearview Townline (road 31).

Big Head River Valley Lookout
Just west of Walter Falls on the 2nd Concession, has a beautiful view facing north over Georgian Bay.

Beaver Valley Lookout
On the south side of Beaver Valley can be accessed off Grey Road 13 on the west side of the road.

Blue Mountain Lookout
This is a beautiful birds eye view of Blue Mountain Village, Collingwood and Georgian Bay. Follow scenic caves road and turn right onto Grey Road 119.

Scenic Caves Lookout
Located at Scenic Caves Nature Adventures(admission required). This also offers views of Blue Mountain, Collingwood, and Wasaga Beach.