Collingwood is located in the heart of Ontario’s finest four-season destination area. Easy to reach, Collingwood offers a combination of old time charm and history with the best recreation in Southern Ontario.
The Township of Clearview includes the Town of Stayner, Village of Creemore and the Townships of Nottawasaga and Sunnidale. These are clean, safe communities located in beautiful settings and filled with interesting shops, good schools and offering year-round recreational opportunities.
The charming town of Meaford is situated on Georgian Bay and is home to many interesting shops and fine restaurants. Area boaters make Meaford their home during the Spring, Summer and Fall seasons. Visitors flock to the area to take part in the Meaford Apple Festival each year.
Surrounded by apple orchards, Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment, Thornbury is the ideal location for those looking to retire in a community boasting endless outdoor activities. This area provides an excellent environment for raising a young family.
The Town of The Blue Mountains is one of Ontario’s newest towns, encompassing the former villages of Thornbury, Clarksburg, Collingwood Township, Craigleith and surrounding area. The area boasts some of Ontario’s best skiing, hiking, fishing, biking and boating opportunities.
Simcoe County is one of the fastest growing areas in all of Canada, boasting tremendous business and recreational opportunities year-round! You can live, work and play in the many cities, towns and villages in the county while being within easy commuting distance from Toronto/York Region/Hamilton.
You can spend days walking along the world’s longest freshwater beach. Wasaga Beach is one of Ontario’s fastest growing towns because of the summer and winter recreational opportunities it offers, not to mention reasonably priced housing for seniors and first time home buyers.
The Niagara Escarpment offers excellent hiking, biking and skiing opportunities in the southern Georgian Bay region. The escarpment stretches from Hamilton to the Bruce Peninsula. This highly protected area is complimented by many residential areas of interest to people who enjoy the great outdoors.
The Town of Midland is situated at the southern end of Georgian Bay. It is the main economic centre of the region, with a Hospital and local airport. Provincial and National Parks in the surrounding municipalities of Penetanguishene, Tiny and Tay. Midland is host to an annual Butter Tart Festival held in early June which sold more then 100,000 butter tarts.. The Wye Marsh Widlife Centre is nearby. Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, which is now a living museum depicting missionary life in the 17th century.