Collingwood, that's Ontario at its best. Nestled between the backdrop of the Blue Mountain and the shores of Georgian Bay, it offers top notch four-season living. While all outdoor activities from boating, snowmobiling to skiing and mountain biking, are just a few minutes away, all amenities, shopping, health care and the coziness of a lovely old town are close by. Collingwood has evolved into a Town offering prime real estate investment opportunities for private and business alike. Don't miss out on the great quality of life: Come to live, play and work in Collingwood.  


Ontario's #1 all-season destination has it all: Skiing and boarding in winter; golf, swimming and cycling in summer plus fabulous resort amenities of all kinds. Whether you visit for adventure, relaxation or to build memories, come for the activities and stay for the apres. The Blue Mountain Village hosts events throughout the year with all interests in mind from cycling to guitars, salsa dancing to yoga. Plus fireworks!

Craigleith is rich with history: the first skiers at Blue Mountain came by train to the station and by horse and carriage to the ski hills! Today it is home to four-season activities of all kinds.  Northwinds Beach offers great opportunities for paddling sports of all kinds: kayak, canoe and SUP. It's also a great place for a quick dip or to work on your tan. The Georgian Trail is a gentle, easy-riding groomed cycling trail that meanders through apple orchards and green forests and offers spactacular peek-a-boo views of the bay. 


 At the base of the Niagara Escarpment and the mouth of the Beaver River you'll find the charming villages of Thornbury and Clarksburg, known for fine dining, great shopping, wonderful galleries and a great little beach and pier.

The Thornbury harbour is a treasure, with a pier, beach, marina and playground all in a short walking distance of one another. Bring your swimsuit, blanket, a picnic and a camera for a perfect day out.

Clarksburg - at the south end of the joined towns - is known best for art and apples. "Artsburg" is the nickname that locals use because of the number of studios and galleries in the village of Clarksburg. Stroll through on your own or enjoy special events and tours throughout the year. 


Meaford is situated on the Georgian Bay coast and is at the heart of Ontario's apple country. U-pick farms, an annual scarecrow festival and a thriving farmers' market help to make up Meaford's unique character. Meaford Habour is home to a bustling marina, an amazing local farmer's market and several waterfront parks and beaches. Meaford boasts a thriving and picturesque farmers' market with a multitude of local vendors. Find the market Friday evenings under the harbour pavilion overlooking Georgian Bay. 


Wasaga Beach has been growing dramatically over the last years. From a small village with few year-round residents to a vivid town with year-round activities and more than 15,000 residents. Wasaga Beach boasts the World's longest freshwater beach in the World, and with that being said: Real estate in Wasaga Beach has been "hot" in recent years and certainly an attractive investment for families and business owners alike. Wasaga Beach has grown into a 4-seasons destination that offers easy access to all amenities.