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Water Activities


Come and relax on our own private beach just a few minutes drive from the resort !The area also offers incredible sailing and powerboat experiences as well as some of the best kayaking and canoeing , with amazing Escarpment views from the water that will take your breath away!

Tyrolean Village Private Beach

A few minutes away from your chalet is the Tyrolean Village Private Beach / Park, plan a picnic or a day at the beach. Tyrolean Village is unique in that they have their own private piece of GEORGIAN BAY shoreline to share with you.

Long Point Road ,Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 0K8

North Winds Local Beach

Located 2 KM from Tyrolean Village, North Winds beach is a beautiful public sand beach area which offers canoe & kayak rentals.

Fishing in Georgian Bay

There are several locations on Georgian Bay and the Beaver River which are famous for fishing.

Wasaga Beach

It's the longest freshwater beach in the world, known and loved by thousands. It's easy to see why this wonderful 14 km strip of sandy beach attracts visitors from around the world, drawn by the pristine beach, sparkling waters, dramatic sand dune system and the acres of parkland and trails available for walking and cycling.

The Plunge! Aquatic Centre

Plunge! Acquatic Centre / Water Park features indoor-outdoor pools, indoor water playground, hot tubs, rope swings, docks and slides are sure to provide year-round fun. Or, if you prefer, simply watch all the action from the comfort of your dock chair. Plunge! has something for everyone, infant to senior. With swimming lessons, water fitness, and more, kids and children will have fun, as will the adults in the family.

220 Mountain Drive, Attached to The Westin Trillium House, ,Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 0N8
Phone: 705-444-8705
Website: https://www.plungebluemountain.ca
info@plungebluemountain.ca

Canoe the Beaver River

The fast flowing Beaver River was named by the Huron people for the many beaver along its banks. A great canoe route begins at Kimberley, from the Beaver River Access Point located off Grey Road 13. You can park and launch there or arrange the canoe delivered.

Kayak to the Collingwood Lighthouse

A one-hour kayak (one way) ride to the historic lighthouse. The lighthouse, constructed in 1855-59, is one of the most historic structures on the Great Lakes. Visible from the shores of Collingwood, the island itself is called Nottawasaga Island. Locals call it Clark's Island or even Lighthouse Island.

The Nottawasaga Canoe Route

12,000 years ago the Nottawasaga area was part of the bottom of post-glacial Lake Algonquin. launch your canoe or kayak at Edenvale (off Hwy #26)and navigate 23.5 km of river through to Wasaga Beach.




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