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Collingwood, Ontario

Welcome to Collingwood Ontario

Collingwood Ontario has many things to see and do.

Carved by millions of years of glacial ice, the Scenic Caves Nature Preserve is a wonder of nature. Visit visit the Collingwood Museum, Collingwood harbour, Collingwood Federal Building, or attend a live theatre presentation at Theatre Collingwood.

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"Collingwood is a premier Ranked Tourist Destination located on the southern shore of Georgian Bay and at the foot of Ontario's highest ski hill, Blue Mountain, in the heart of one of Ontario's most attractive year-round recreation and tourist destinations." Town of Collingwood

Historically, "Collingwood was a Canadian National Railway town in the late 1800's with a long, proud ship building heritage and was also a point of receipt for grain from Thunder Bay and the prairies. It was otherwise known as the 'Chicago of the North'. The power of this port can still be seen in the many fine public buildings and private homes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Collingwood is proud of it's History and invites visitors to explore their historic sites along with their award winning museum, 'The Station', the sight of the old railway station. The Black History and Cultural Museum traces the roots of the early black settlers that came to the area via the "Underground Railroad". The southern shores of Georgian Bay were a key link in the Underground Railway, an established route for blacks escaping slavery during the American Civil War. At the Bygone Days Heritage Village visitors can stroll through twenty nine buildings containing authentic artifacts from the 1800's to the 1900's." Cruising The Great Lakes

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