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With the support of tourism partners such as Visit South Georgian Bay, the Apple Pie Trail, and Grey County Tourism, brochures, maps and booklets are available at our self-serve racks. Access on-line resources through our free wifi and in-house computer access and local trail books.

Please note: due Covid-19 precautions, both the Town of The Blue Mountain and Grey County have developed interactive maps to help people find locations that are closed and open. 

The Craigleith Heritage Depot is the perfect rest stop for any traveller. Our amenities include:

  • 2 large, gender-neutral, wheelchair-accessible washrooms
  • outdoor picnic tables (1 all-season, 3 in the spring to the fall)
  • free Wi-Fi
  • charging station for electronic devices
  • potable water
  • bike rack
  • basic bike repair and maintenance tools
  • gift shop and coffee

Find your next adventure! You are more than welcome to pick up any of our tourism-related information.

The Pamphlet Wall can be found immediately inside the main entrance of the Craigleith Heritage Depot. It is largely populated by Visit South Georgian Bay and contains info about local accommodations, art & culture, restaurants, shopping, spas and relaxation destinations, local trails and maps, outdoor attractions, and family fun. Visit the museum's exhibits and program for exciting and informative activities for all ages.

Find current info about local events in the community, including the Blue Mountains Public Library system. Please ask a staff member for permission to post on this board, as Craigleith Heritage Depot staff reserve the right to post community information and events at their discretion. We are also happy to share information about local events on our social media channels.

The Loree Forest is a trail loop located atop the Escarpment above various ski clubs. It can be accessed by travelling south on Grey Road 2 from the water, then east on Sideroad 21. The trail is great cross country skiing option in the winter, and it provides a lush forest view in the summer. Views of the water can be seen at different points along the ridge. 

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