Experiences that are priceless, memories that last a lifetime and admission is free. Wild flowers are within an arms reach. White Egrets and Blue Herons nest in wetlands. Beavers, turtles basking in the sun and deer may be seen along the route.
Salmon and trout charge upstream to spawn. Scenic views of Georgian Bay contrasts with snow on a mountain that sparkles like precious jewels. All this can be seen along the Georgian Trail.
Founded in 1989, the Georgian Trail is a linear park, a ribbon of green that travels from the Town of Collingwood, through the village of Thornbury to the Town of Meaford. It follows the route of the original Northern Railway along the southern shore of Georgian Bay.
Each kilometre throughout the trail is signed and maps are located at major access points.
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