It doesn't get much better than this authentic log cabin located in Blue Mountain, Collingwood, Ontario. The 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom log cabin can accommodate up to 2 guests in this very private custom-crafted log cabin nestled in scenic surroundings overlooking a beautiful spring-fed pond and picturesque view of the Blue Mountains. This is the perfect spot to discover the warmth and charm of this exquisite log cabin, impeccable decor, and large bright windows. The log cabin is fully equipped with everything you need to make your vacation a comfortable and enjoyable one.
The log cabin sleeps two and features an open concept, fully equipped kitchen, living room, full bathroom, hardwood floors, handcrafted wood-burning fireplace, propane furnace, and air conditioning. The cabin has satellite TV, DVD, and barbecue There is also a fire pit beside the pond to roast marshmallows and enjoy a quiet evening under the stars. Firewood is available to purchase on-site.
New in 2022 there is a private, executive 6 hole golf course. Guests of the cabin will have access to unlimited golf (not included in the accommodation package, you'll want to inquire about rates. The cabin is located less than 10 minutes to downtown Collingwood, 15 minutes to The Blue Mountains and Interwest, 15 minutes to the beautiful sandy beaches of Wasaga Beach, and just 10 minutes to the world-renowned Scandinavae Spa. In the winter you can enjoy skiing and snowboarding at Blue Mountain.
The Blue Mountains are Ontario’s playground, and if you are looking to get out of the city there are plenty of things to do in Blue Mountain and Collingwood during your vacation that will keep you busy. The following are just a few of the things to enjoy.
Scenic Caves Eco Adventure. One of the coolest things to do in Blue Mountain is to take the Scenic Caves Eco Adventure. This tour starts with a stunning walk over Southern Ontario’s longest suspension bridge. It’s a thrilling walk as you span 420 feet from high above Georgian Bay. It offers the best views around. It is then on to the high ropes where you narrow wooden planks set high above the treetops. You can take self-guided tours of the Scenic Caves.
High Ropes near Blue Mountain. It’s a thrill followed by a tour of the historic caves. This natural wonder took millions of years to form and was an important historic village to the Petun First Nation’s people. After hiking through these beautiful caves, it ends with a 1000 foot long zip line with a 150-meter drop.
Blue Mountain Suspension Bridge. The Suspension Bridge overlooks Georgian Bay and is part of the Eco Tour, but you can cross it yourself if you are going to the Scenic Caves on your self-guided tour. The 420-foot long bridge is suspended 82 feet high above the forest.
Hiking. There are plenty of hiking trails in the Blue Mountain and Collingwood area. The slopes of Blue Mountain are filled with great nature hikes. Located on the Niagara Escarpment, Blue Mountain Resort is in the heart of some of the best hiking in Ontario.
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