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. Clarksburg - at the south end of the joined towns - is known best for art and apples.

Local Gems

Apple Pie Trail
Various locations around the Blue Mountains

Welcome to Ontario's Apple Country - a special place where the moderating effects of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment create perfect conditions for growing amazing apples - and baking perfect apple pies!

pizza in wood fire oven
8 Bruce Street
Thornbury, ON N0H 2P0

Bruce Wine Bar is tucked in to the back on an old heritage building on 8 Bruce Street. Bruce will seat 27 casual diners, wine lovers and cocktail sippers on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Be sure to walk to the back of the building to find us. Our entry is unmistakable. Bruce Wine Bar is Feast ON accreditied. 

Photo of building
788030 Grey Rd. 13, R,.R, #1
Clarksburg, ON N0H 1J0

At the Farmer's Pantry you'll find pick your own apples, raspberries, and soon cherries, a petting farm, our Wildlife Interactive center, Farmer's Mini Golf, a Cedar Maze, a Rope Maze, events and activities on some weekends throughout the summer and fall! Check out for details!

Cheese counter at The Cheese Gallery
11 Bruce Street South
Thornbury, ON N0H 2P0

The Cheese Gallery is offering extraordinary cheeses, amazing works of art by many local artistans, custome framing and some tasty food options like Italian pasta paired with Tesero's sauce and topped by some nice Parmigiano Reggiano.