Craigleith is a small enclave of homes along the shore of Georgian Bay. Craigleith Railway Station is now a Museum marking the long history of the area. The train station brought people to the area from 1872-1984, in 1989 the railway line was replaced by the Georgian Trail which runs 34km from Collingwood to Meaford and in the spring by the Craigleith Railway station the trail is surrounded by a tunnel of millions of lilacs. Craigleith is also home to Craigleith Provincial Park right on the water, along with Northwinds Beach.
The homes in Craigleith are custom waterfront homes, and custom chalets nestled in the trees just a short walk to the lake and a quick drive to Blue Mountain Resort and the private ski clubs like Craigleith Ski Club, Alpine Ski Club & Osler Bluff Ski Club.