• family cycling on Georgian Trail
  • Checking out the Georgian Trail early winter, next time snow shoes and cross country skis
  • Thornbury's Timber Trestle Bridge, spanning 91 meters over the Beaver River, constructed in 1931.
  • (Meaford) One of the many places to drop in for your break before departing on your journey along the Georgian Trail
  • Spring Time, lilacs on the Trail approaching the Graigleith Heritage Depot.

The Georgian Trail is an easy long-distance, non-motorized trail featuring beautiful scenery, trestle bridges, nearby parklands, campgrounds, marinas and dining facilities. Sandy beaches, such as Christie and Northwinds, are easily reached from the trail. There are 30 access points and parking is available throughout Collingwood, Thornbury and Meaford as well as at various roads in between. Rating:  Easy/Accessible  Uses: Hiking, cycling, jogging, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing  Distances: Meaford to Thornbury: 13km. Thornbury to Collingwood 21km. Public washrooms are seasonal. Surface of Trail:  Hard-packed fine lime stone.   

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The Meaford Harbour has a significant parkland area, municipal marina and community pavilion with plenty of parking for cars, boats and RV’s.

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