Come with us to experience and explore the beauty and thrills of ATVing through the rugged terrain of Central Ontario. Access hundreds of acres of trails built, maintained, and used only by Adventure Tours. This provides you a safe and enjoyable experience while navigating through your adventure.
We feature Arctic Cat ATV’s with industry leading ground clearance and suspension travel to get you over the rough stuff with ease and comfort. All of our ATV’s have automatic transmissions with selectable 2 wheel drive or 4 wheel drive at a push of a button. There’s even a differential lock for those moments when getting stuck in the mud is just not an option. With 500cc engines to get you going, with this much fun you won’t what to stop.
For those of you who prefer to ride as a passenger we also have you covered. With our Arctic Cat Prowler you can ride side by side. Just sit back and relax in style and leave the driving to us. This ride is perfect for families with younger children. Seated in the rear bucket seats, safely strapped in place with a roll cage overhead they can be part of the adventure as well.
With the Prowlers built in king-sized ice chest there is no need to go hungry or thirsty on our trails. Spend 2 hrs or more with us, we can pull over, have a snack and enjoy the scenery during our extended tour.
If you crave excitement, enjoy the outdoors, and love to explore, we have the experience for you to discover.
Welcome to the Georgian Trail
The Georgian Trail begins/ends in the east at Collingwood’s Harbourview Park and near Meaford Harbour in the west and runs along the beautiful south shore of Georgian Bay.
From Craigleth to Meaford, the trail runs near Hwy. 26 West with numerous access points along the way including: Northwinds Beach, Craigleith Prov. Park (Day-pass required), Council and Peasmarsh Beach, The village of Thornbury, Thornbury Harbour, Bayview Park and Meaford Harbour. There is parking at Harbourview Park in Collingwood and from there, the trail heads west towards Craigleith and and on to Meaford.
There are ample opportunity to stop, rest and enjoy the great outdoors – and to swim during the summer months. There are also places to stay and lots to explore in and around Collingwood, Craigleith, Thornbury and Meaford as well as nearby resorts such as Blue Mountain Village.
The towns and villages along the trail offer great opportunities to shop, eat or just relax and browse and relax...
We are often asked what makes the Blue Mountain location different from our sister Scandinave Spas and other spas in Canada. Our differences make us a truly Ontario, Canada attraction. Situated on 25 acres of natural Ontario birch, Canadian maple and pine trees, the Spa has expansive views of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve Niagara Escarpment. Visitors in the Fall are treated to a colourful tree display as well as the occasional turtle, tree frog or wild turkey. In the winter months, guests soak in the Baths and can watch Blue Mountain Resort skiers curve down the slopes under the night lights. In Spring & Summer guests explore the trails, cycling routes or take a short drive to the world's longest fresh water beach, Wasaga Beach, and other impressive shoreline accesses on Georgian Bay.
152 Grey County Rd 21, The Blue Mountains, Ontario, L9Y 0K8
Want to try something new and challenging? Switch to Wakeboarding or Waterskiing for a little adrenaline packed excitement. Your experienced driver is also a certified Wakeboarding and Waterskiing Instructor. We will make sure you learn the sport the right way with your ultimate Safety in mind.
We are the only Watersports company in the Collingwood area that are WSWO (Water Ski, Wakeboard, Ontario) trained and certified.
Book the boat for an hour or two or more for whatever you want, whenever you want.
Go snorkeling, swimming, tubing or just kick back and enjoy the ride as you cruise around and take in the beautiful crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay. Our 21′ Bayliner bowrider has a huge custom made swim platform to add to your comfort and enjoyment. We can take you out to swim or snorkel off the shore of Nottawasaga Island with it’s historic light house, built between 1855-1859. It makes for some awesome pictures.
If speed is what you like we can take a 15 minute blast over to Wasaga Beach to swim in the warm shallow waters of the longest freshwater beach in the world. You can even swim to shore for a cold one before blasting back to Collingwood harbor.
You’ll be Chauffeured, off road style, through all the extremes of what an original Hummer can do.
Want to experience all the adventure and enjoyment our Canadian winters can bring? Explore the Niagara escarpment with our Hummer Snowshoe Adventure.
It’s one of the best ways to get together with family, friends, or co-workers and take in all that nature’s wintry side has to offer.
A totally awesome way to have fun at this time of year!
We start our adventure by picking you up, Military Style, in the H1 Hummer (One of the most capable off road 4×4 vehicles ever made).
After a 10-15-minute ride, up the mountain we unload at the Petun Conservation Area, strap on a pair of snowshoes and after some brief instruction were on our way to take in the sites and sounds of natures finest trails. You will enjoy some of the most breath-taking scenery that Ontario has to offer.