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Makes for some lovely pictures from a distance especially when the sun is setting. Haven't been up close in quite a few years but it had been deteriorating even then. I hope it gets the restoration it deserves to bring it back to it's former...More
If your from the east coast you alway see a light house that reminds you for when you grew up as a child standing there watching the lights in the morning as they dimmed from the sunlight and increase at night time. This area here...More
We booked our afternoon cruise through Collingwood Caharters, great tour, immaculate boat. The Captain is just a lovely young lady with a great story of becoming a Captain! Would highly recommend this tour.
This is a typical Great Lakes lighthouse. There are several like this (they were called Imperial Towers) in the region. This one can be seen from the land off in the distance or a boat tour will get you closer. If you want to see...More
the nottawasaga light house is something you cannot miss if you travel to collingwood. Its been there for more than 100 years and it is beautiful. it literally symbolize collingwood. you can go on a small cruise to go near it but I recommend to...More
We kayaked out on a calm day and pulled up on the beach to walk over for a closer look at the lighthouse
It's a fascinating island with lots of birdlife so watch your step .
Since our visit , the preservation society has had...More
I travelled to this island to inspect the lighthouse. It is in very poor condition having been struck by lightening in 2005. AN ambitious and devoted group are working hard and raising fund to preserve this 158 year old prominent structure. The engineers and volunteers...More
We set off from the Public boat launch at Cranberry Resort in our kayaks, without skirts! It was a calm day but I got wet ,,,due to swells . You need to be experienced in big water as Georgian Bay is unpredictable; you can stay...More