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Best things to do in Georgian Bay

Park
“Craigleith Provincial Park was established in 1967 by Ontario Parks. It is a recreation-class Provincial Park created to help preserve historic oil shale beach. Craigleith Provincial Park is a small park located between Collingwood and Thornbury on the southern shores of Georgian Bay”
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Cosmetics Shop
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Beach
“Throughout summer, families play and relax in the warm waters of Singing Sands Beach.”
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Clothing Store
“ Great boutique store that offers affordable fair trade, local and eco friendly clothing, giftware and jewelry and affordable prices. Not to be missed!”
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Bar
“Whether you're looking for a place to grab a quick drink, take someone special for a night out on the town, celebrate a milestone with all your nearest and dearest, discuss work over lunch on the patio, or just listen to some music while you snack on appetizers and wine, The Huron Club has a table for you.”
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Car Rental
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Restaurant
“Traditional award winning BBQ, such as smoked ribs, beef brisket and pulled pork. We also have our smoked trout, smoked balls of meat, smoked burgers, Montreal smoked meat, smoked portobella mushroom burger, wild boar bacon, smoked banana ice cream and so much more! All of our food is made from scratch, from Chef Cam’s recipes.”
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Restaurant
“Great adult beverages and the food is AMAZING! They also have happy hour 3-6pm!”
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Restaurant
“Best high end restaurant in Collingwood. We go here at least once a month and usually order gnocci. Actually very affordable. Gnocci is $19 and is very original, no boring pasta sauces here. They have an amazing duck plate which changes seasonally, usually around $24-25. Tuesdays are corkage $1. Amazing desserts, small portions, you get 3 for $10, get the lemon curd. In the summer, the patio is open and it's romantic and beautiful, with blankets to offer guests. the winter has a dark inside ambiance with candles everywhere. Love love love. ”
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Big Box Store
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“This Walmart is a quick 10 minute drive from Woodland Beach and is open every day of the year except December 25. ”
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Wine Bar
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“Excellent wood fired pizza, local/ fresh salads, pasta, vegetarian or meat. Good wine and great setting for a drink, lunch or dinner - open mike Wednesdays and live music later on weekends. Local haven for foodies.”
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National Park
“Fathom Five National Marine Park is a National Marine Conservation Area in the Georgian Bay part of Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada, that seeks to protect and display shipwrecks and lighthouses, and conserve freshwater ecosystems.”
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Park
“Walk in the river, jump off the ledge into a deep pool. Cool pictures. You can also rent paddle boats and go up river for a leisurely ride.”
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Park
“The main beach where all the action is. There are lots of little shops and restaurants here that operate in the summer only.”
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Seafood Restaurant
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“Very good fine dining. Best one in Wasaga (only 2 here though) but you will not be disappointed. Seasonal menu featuring mostly seafood and steak. You will pay a lot though, so be ready for that. Best in Wasaga, but better options in Collingwood. Depends how far you feel like going. ”
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