- TripBuzz discovered 49 different types of activities for couples in the Creemore area, including Breweries (like Creemore Springs Brewery), Art Gallery (like The Mad & Noisy Gallery), Spas (like Scandinave Spa at Blue Mountain) and Theaters (like Rose Theatre Brampton), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 32 date ideas in or near Creemore, Ontario, including 30 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Barrie, Blue Mountains, Collingwood and Innisfil.
With a sandy beach as its backdrop, Centennial Park includes an elaborate playground for kids. There are walking paths and picnic tables throughout the park. Other recreational activities, such a mini golf, are within walking distance.
58% 12 votes
1 Dunlop Street West, Barrie, Ontario MoreLess Info
From plays to dance performances, the Mady Centre for the Performing Arts is a venue that showcases a variety of events with intimate seating. Located downtown, there are numerous restaurants and attractions close by.
Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery is a local brewery known for their unique outlook. They offer free tours with tastings and there is a small shop on the premises. Rental venues are also available through the brewery.
67% 21 votes
3065 4th Line | Cookstown Aerodrome, Innisfil, Ontario MoreLess Info
As the name suggests, Skydive Toronto offers guests the opportunity to skydive at a location just outside of Toronto. The location also offers guests the opportunity to become certified for Solo Skydiving.
96% 26 votes
235304 Grey Road 13, Main St., Kimberley, Ontario MoreLess Info
Located within a building constructed in 1905, the Kimberley General Store offers baked goods, homemade soups, and fresh coffee. Additionally, guests can purchase local products, organic goods, and general sundries.
The South Simcoe Theatre regularly hosts a variety of performances which have included Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and That December Show: A Christmas Carol. Guests are invited to audition for parts in the performances.
66% 50 votes
617 Penetanguishene Road | Hwy 11 and County Road 93, Barrie, Ontario MoreLess Info
Founded in 1834, Chappell Farms produces a wide variety of vegetables, which are available for purchase at their roadside stand. They are known for their Spring and Fall festivals, and they host educational tours.