- The list below includes 6 free or cheap things to do in or near Blue Mountains, Ontario, including 28 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Studio, Farms & Ranches, Family Fun Center and Breweries.
- From Crock A Doodle Blue Mountain to Collingwood Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Blue Mountains and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Collingwood, Creemore and Kimberley.
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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.
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63 Elgin Street, Collingwood, Ontario MoreLess Info
Established in 1858, St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church was the first Catholic church in the area. The church features ornate brickwork, tall tower, arched windows as well as weekly masses and Catholic school.
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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.
Creemore Springs Brewery offers a unique experience for visitors. Relying on age-old traditions from 1800's, guests learn how brew masters from long ago crafted beer in copper kettles and now offer beers such as premium lager, pilsner, urBock, Kellerbier and Altbier.
Bait and fly fisherman are welcome at Wilmer Trout Ponds, where separate fishing areas are available for both styles. Also known as Ontario Fishing & Trout Ponds, there are ponds are stocked with brook, brown and rainbow trouts. There's a separate pond exclusively for large-mouth bass.
The Saugeen River runs through the Durham Conservation Area, with picnic areas overlooking the landscape. The most notable feature of the park is McGowan Falls. Campgrounds with showers and washrooms are available in the park.
Featuring contemporary art of different mediums, the Durham Art Gallery encourages dialog between visitors and the artists. The gallery hosts festivals, lectures, and performances throughout the year. Each year there are 12 in-house exhibits on display. The town of Durham has scenic walks and waterfalls.
Offering adventure activities including motorcycle, snowmobile, and ATV riding, Yamaha Riding Adventures offers activities and facilities for both adults and children, as well as rider training. Special programs include their Canada Safety Council ATV Certification program and Yamaha Riding Academy for Childre…