- TripBuzz found 30 things to do with kids in or near Creemore, Ontario, including 30 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Barrie, Innisfil, Blue Mountains and Collingwood.
- From Scenic Caves Nature Adventures to Blue Mountain Ski Resort, the Creemore area offers 46 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Theaters, History Museums and Parks.
78% 401 votes
260 Scenic Caves Rd, Blue Mountains, Ontario MoreLess Info
Scenic Caves Nature Adventures offers fun for the entire family. Experience numerous caves and crevices including an ice cave, suspension bridge, zip line, mining, miniature golf, playground, train ride and trout pond.
97% 37 votes
Petun Conservation Area, Collingwood, Ontario MoreLess Info
Xtreme Hummer & Hang Gliding Adventures is located in the Blue Mountain area. Visitors enjoy extreme sports such as tubing, jet skis, boat tours, snorkeling, off road Hummer tours, and snowshoe Hummer tours.
54% 116 votes
220 Mountain Drive at the base of Blue Mountain, Blue Mountains, Ontario MoreLess Info
Families love Plunge! Aquatic Center located at the Blue Mountain Ski Resort, visitors play in the indoor/outdoor pools, rope swings, hot tubs, slides as well as lessons and water fitness.
Appointed to the Audubon Society certified course list, Cranberry Golf Resort also holds the Environmental Stewardship Award. Golfers enjoy the settings of Blue Mountain and Georgian Bay with manicured fairways, bunkers, greens, Pro Shop and practice facilities.
Located in the Blue Mountains, the Blue Mountain Village Resort offers every service imaginable for a great vacation stay. Find village hotels, dining, shopping, live music, spa services as well as free activities such as hiking, gondola rides, playgrounds, boardwalks and movies under the stars.
93% 89 votes
170 Jozo Weider Blvd | Village at Blue, Blue Mountains, Ontario MoreLess Info
Crock A Doodle at Blue Mountain inspires creators of all ages. Children, adults and groups choose and paint their own pottery pieces and all fees include clay, paint supplies, instruction and kiln firing.
The Museum on the Boyne provides guests with the opportunity to enjoy a variety of agricultural and industrial artifacts. The museum's childhood programs offer youths the opportunity to enjoy creative play in this 1958 English barn.