Don’t let the weather get you down.
There are so many activities to do in Blue Mountain and surrounding area on these, what they are calling ‘Sprinter’ Days.

You can go on an adventure and hit all these wonderful places and create a fun filled day with your family.

Blue Mountain Tea Company.
Located downtown Collingwood, you can go in taste, sniff and buy some of the most unique teas

Candy Factory.
Located across the street from Collingwood Collegiate Institute in the plaza with Subway. The Candy Factory is known for their variety of homemade chocolate creations.

Collingwood Museum.
On St.Paul Street in Collingwood, you can go in and learn about the history of the town.

Lively Olive. 
On Hurontario street in Collingwood, you can go in and sample some of the most amazing, creative and unique flavoured Oils and Vinegar, such as Mandarin Orange Balsamic Vinegar or Avocado Blood Orange Oil.

Crock A’Doodle. 
Located in the Blue Mountain Village, Crock A’Doodle is where you go to let your inner artist out.
Painting all different ceramics from simple mugs to giraffe shaped piggy banks. It is perfect for rainy days.

Georgian Bowl.
Why not go bowling to make your rainy day blues go away. Georgian Bowl is the perfect place. Bowl your little hearts out, play some air hockey and let your inner kid shine.

IWA Spa.
This amazing spa is in the heart of Blue Mountain Village. Offering everything from mani-pedis to volcanic rock therapy.

Serendipity Candle Factory.
open 7 days a week, go in and sample the scents, browse the merchandise and so much more.

Go to the restaurants around Blue Mountain Village and try their springlicious menus

Blue Mountain Village has some amazing shops to stroll around. Happy Valley Candy, Old Stanton Store, Rocky Mountain Chocolate, Red Devil Clothing, Lifted, Go Fish Go and the list goes on.