Plunge! Aquatic Centre

Plunge! Aquatic Centre in Blue Mountain Village, Ontario, is nestled between the shores of Georgian Bay and the heights of the Niagara Escarpment, making it the ideal spot for water activities with the family. Plunge! is a four-season water experience for all ages at the base of Blue Mountain Ski Resort, Ontario’s largest mountain resort, … Read more

Blue Mountain Resort

  Blue Mountain’s main summer attractions put adventure at your fingertips. Spend your days high in the treetops on our ropes courses, zip lines, and free-fall descents, or go low and slow with boat and bike rentals, ball runs, and a difficult putting course. Don’t miss the iconic Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, which offers a … Read more

Blue Mountain Village

  The gorgeous Blue Mountain Village is Southern Ontario’s greatest four-season destination, nestled between the majestic Blue Mountains of the Niagara Escarpment and the rocky beaches and crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay. The Village, a cobblestoned pedestrian village framed by turn-of-the-century Ontario architecture, offers a diverse range of family accommodations, activities, events, and attractions, … Read more

Timber Challenge High Ropes

  The Timber Challenge High Ropes are considerably easier to walk than they appear. Each adventure course (green, blue, and black) was created to present a new and more challenging task than the one before it. Guests are suspended from a guide-line in the forest and go through the courses from tree to tree, encountering … Read more

Craigleith Provincial Park

Craigleith Provincial Park History   Regulation 245/67, Schedule 59 of the Provincial Parks Act, enacted in 1967, established the park. Two plots of land along Highway 26 as well as holdings along a former railway line were purchased by the government. Only the land north of Highway 26 was turned into a park.   Facilities … Read more

The Craigleith Heritage Depot

The Craigleith Heritage Depot History   Train station   Sandford and Andrew Fleming sold the land that The Craigleith Heritage Depot now stands on to the Northern Railway of Canada in 1872. Sandford Fleming was one of the railway’s principal surveyors, and he persuaded his father Andrew Fleming to contribute the railway’s 9.8 acres (0.040 … Read more