South Georgian Bay Tourism

Ontario's Four Season Playground

Who knew just one part of Central Ontario could be so diverse? The southern shores of Georgian Bay give rise to the highest point of the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO biosphere reserve and a haven for Ontario's four season playground. From the heritage town of Collingwood, quaint villages of The Blue Mountains and Meaford, and the small town charm of Clearview Township, South Georgian Bay sits on the edge of world-class resorts, forested trails, and picturesque farmland. Take a stroll downtown, along the waterfront or in the countryside. Visit a vineyard, orchard or micro-brewery. Get a taste of the local bounty. Go paddling. Go hiking. Go cycling. Go skiing. Discover the beauty that unexpectedly awaits as you turn each corner.

Stop by the South Georgian Bay Tourism Visitor Centre at The Station Collingwood Museum for guides, maps, and a wide selection of tourism material. Our Tourism Specialists can provide accommodation, dining, local event and activities information and recommend the best places to visit in the area.

45 St. Paul Street, Collingwood

For more than 35 years, South Georgian Bay Tourism (also known as the Georgian Triangle Tourist Association) has been recognized as the Destination Marketing Organization for the region, leading and developing partnerships aimed at promoting and supporting tourism in our remarkable regional destination. South Georgian Bay Tourism operates in partnership with the municipalities of Collingwood, The Blue Mountains, Meaford, Wasaga Beach and Clearview.

South Georgian Bay Tourism Services for Local Business

  • Visitor Services and Tourism Information
  • Doors Open 364 Days of the Year
  • Year-round Regional Brochure Distribution
  • Year-round Visitor Guide
  • South Georgian Bay Regional Map
  • Website, Email and Social Media Promotion
  • Collaborations in Regional Tourism Promotion and Events
  • Tracking and Reporting of Visitor Stats, Trends, Market Opportunities
  • Action Plans and Partnerships with Municipal and Regional Partners  |  705-445-7722