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Collingwood is served by Highway 26, which runs along the shore of Nottawasaga Bay, and Highway 24 which runs southward from the town. The town is also served by a rail trail along a former CN Rail line, connecting Collingwood to the towns of Owen Sound, Meaford, and Barrie, with a spur heading north through the town's central business district, to the large grain elevators at the downtown wharf, where trains would formerly load and unload onto ships.
In addition to Collingwood's position as a lake port, it is also served by Collingwood Airport (CNY3), a medium-sized airport located about 4 miles (7.4 km) south of the town.
Written Feb 16, 2008
Interesting spelling. Looks like a good place to catch a show. I'm always glad to see small theaters preserved in older towns.
161 Hurontario St. - the main drag
Written Nov 18, 2006
The silo from Collingwood stands out as a landmark. Too bad it was too dark already to get a better pick..
Written Nov 28, 2002
*** this is SANDRA , learning how to snowboard on the bunny slope....
If you stick around on the bunny slope, you don't need to get a list pass (save $$$) since it is easy to walk up...
Written Jan 7, 2003
Address: Blue Mountain