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The Apple Pie Trail

Posted by Admin on September 16, 2019

Apples in Southern Georgian Bay

Our area is perfect for growing apples as chances of frost in the late spring or early fall are limited because of the protection from Georgian Bay. The Niagara Escarpment keeps that warm lake air in the region, creating a perfect climate for growing apples. Since apples were introduced to the country in the 1840s, local families have come to rely on the abundant apple crop in the fall for their fall and winter recipes, a tradition that continues to this day.

Apple Pie Trail

The Apple Pie Trail is a culinary adventure trail that runs from Collingwood to Meaford, with additional stops in Duntroon, Craigleith and throughout the Blue Mountains. The trail features activities and adventures, restaurants, cafes, apple art and culture, farms, shopping and – of course – apple pie. Here’s a short description of the stops featured on the map, but be sure to follow The Apple Pie Trail on social media, as stops are always being added to the trail and some great special events are featured throughout the year.

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Collingwood & Duntroon

1. Espresso Post | 139 Hurontario St | Collingwood

Walking into Espresso Post and breathing in the incredible aromas of delicious coffee and freshly bakes pastries brings you to a place of comfort and joy. The scones and other baked goods, sandwiches, homemade compotes and chutneys to name a few of their products, create a go to haven for coffee and baked good enthusiasts. Located on Collingwood’s Downtown Strip, you’ll be close to the hustle and bustle of all that downtown Collingwood has to offer.
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2. Azzurra | 100 Pine St | Collingwood

Azzurra is located on Pine Street in Collingwood in what was once a house. The charming interior of the restaurant boasts local art and outside is a great European Style patio. Using incredible ingredients, the menu is irresistible and with drink specials throughout the week, it makes for a perfect dinner hub for friends and family. Perfect for a bite to eat before catching a show at the Historic Gayety Theatre in downtown Collingwood.
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3. Collingwood Farmer’s Market | Pine Street | Collingwood

The Collingwood Farmer’s Market runs every Saturday from May 19th to October 6th, 2018: 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – RAIN OR SHINE! Located outside in the municipal parking lot at Second and Pine Street, this farmer’s market certainly helps consumers keep to a 100 mile market, offering quality local produce, food and crafts. You can buy local baked goods, artisan created treasures, and often features musicians, demonstrations and children’s activities.

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4. Collingwood Charters | Side Launch Way | Collingwood

Come aboard the Huronic, a 65’ boat docking in the Collingwood Harbour. The boat features a licensed bar, seating on two decks, both indoor and outdoor and a snack bar! Collingwood Charters offers a wide variety of tours from Sunset Cruises, Dinner Cruises to Local Wine Tastings, Private Charters and more!
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5. Currie’s Farm Market | 736 Sixth St | Collingwood

Currie’s Farm Market is open seasonally from May to December and offers natural, organic and sustainable foods, many of which are produced right on Currie’s Farm. In addition to being a daily market, Currie’s Farm Market has now partnered with the 100 Mile Market to offer the Fresh at Home program, allowing you to place your order online. Your order will be ready to pick up every Thursday with products carefully selected for quality, taste, best farming practices and minimum impact on the environment. Buying local meats, fish, produce, dairy products and prepared foods is incredibly easy with this local gem of a market available in our backyard.
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6. Heavenly Cafe | 10 Keith Ave | Collingwood

A little taste of Paris, right here in Collingwood. Heavenly Cafe offers delicious pastries, gourmet soups and sandwiches, and fresh baked cakes. Stop in for an organic coffee, lunch or brunch, or pick up a delicious treat from their bakery to go.
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7. Bonnie Dorgelo Jewellery & Paintings | 766 Mountain Rd. | Collingwood

Featuring gorgeous highly desired jewellery and paintings, this local artist creates colourful pieces that would add accent and joy to any space. Be sure to pop in and pick up some wearable or wall art to bring home a little piece of South Georgian Bay.
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8. Duntroon Cyder House & Dunridge Farms | 3079 CR 124 | Duntroon

Featuring a farm store, Duntroon Farms sells delicious hard cyder made from apples grown right there on the farm. The farm also sells local apples, pears and garlic, free from GMOs and locally grown.
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Blue Mountain Village & Craigleith

9. Copper Blues Bar & Grill | 3- 156 Jozo Weider Blvd | The Blue Mountains

Experience the incredible dining experience that Copper Blues has to offer. The menu is exquisite and the ambience incredible. Have a cocktail in their stylish lounge or head out to their state of the art patio and listen to the live music at the Village Events stage. Located right in the heart of Blue Mountain Village, Copper Blues can’t be missed when looking for a culinary gem in the area.
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10. Kaytoo Restaurant and Bar | 176 Jozo Weider Blvd | The Blue Mountains
Located right along the Mill Pond in Blue Mountain Village, this is a great stop for Canadian inspired food and drink after taking part in the activities Blue Mountain Village has to offer.
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11. Oliver & Bonacini Cafe Grill | 220 Gord Canning Dr | The Blue Mountains

Oliver and Bonacini offers an incredible culinary experience with seasonally changing exquisite menu options, nightly features on busy nights and a perfect destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner alike. The venue caters to anniversaries, bachelorette parties, intimate outings, family get-togethers and has a space for corporate conferences in the upscale chic Westin Trillium House. The space is romantic and the patio overlooks the scenic Mill Pond in the Village of Blue Mountain.
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12. The Pottery Restaurant | 110 Jozo Weider Blvd | The Blue Mountains

Blue Mountain Resort’s original restaurant, The Pottery features great food and value with a locally inspired menu. Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, come for an intimate setting or a gathering of friends. Located at the base of Blue Mountain, this is a great stop for some food during your day of adventure at the hill.
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13. Firehall Pizza Co | 162 Jozo Weider Blvd | The Blue Mountains

A great Italian restaurant located in the Heart of Blue Mountain Village, this building was modelled after an Ontario Firehall featuring whimsical firefighter paraphernalia throughout. Often featuring live music on Sundays, great pizza, and a patio overlooking the Mill Pond.
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14. Northwinds Brewpub & Craft Beer Store | 180 Jozo Weider Blvd | The Blue Mountains

Blue Mountain Village’s newest addition to dining experiences, Northwinds Brewpub is the sister location to Northwinds Brewhouse in Collingwood. The restaurant features a plethora of brewed in-house craft beers changing seasonally, as well as local ciders, wine and spirits complemented by an on-site beer store featuring to-go beers brewed fresh in house. The dining experience offers a locally sourced, seasonally changing menu with perfect comfort food year round.
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15. Rusty’s at Blue | 150 Jozo Weider Blvd | The Blue Mountains

Local barbecue at it’s finest! Rusty’s is located right at the base of the slopes at Blue Mountain Resort, featuring delicious ribs, pulled pork, brisket and local ingredients. Have a drink on the patio while watching skiers and riders slide down the hill or warm up inside with a hot drink and warm barbecued meats.
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16. Shale Rock Coffee House | 1-209554 Hwy 26 | The Blue Mountains

Located in Craigleith across from Georgian Bay, Shale Rock Coffee House offers fair-trade coffee, great local offerings and delicious sandwiches, pastries and soups. The ambience is great and it’s located right along the Georgian Trail, a perfect stop when biking by!

Beaver Valley

17. Ravenna Country Market | 495972 Grey Country Rd. 2 | Ravenna

This country market has it all! Incredible gourmet sandwiches and soups, an in-house baker and fudge factory. Located on Grey Road 2, this is a local favourite for cyclists and adventurers alike. Offering local market items such as Moonshine Mama’s Turmeric Elixir, dairy, eggs, produce and more. Definitely worth the trip to the quaint town of Ravenna near Kolapore Uplands.
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18. Georgian Hills Vineyards | 496350 Grey Country Rd. 2 | Clarksburg

This beautiful setting offers wine varietals, not easily found elsewhere in the region. The venue offers tastings coupled with cycling, paddling or snowshoeing and is a great venue for weddings, events, or an afternoon of tasting wine and cheese. Try the apple dessert wines and ciders made on site!
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19. T&K Ferri Orchards | 496415 Grey Country Rd. 2 | Clarksburg

Open Seasonally, T&K Ferri Orchards is situated on 22 acres of land with close to 58,000 apple trees. There is a large variety of apples available in season including Honey Crisp, Mac, Mutsu, Ambrosia, Gala, Cortland, Golden Delicious and Bay Beauty (exclusive to TK Ferri). Walk the picturesque Orchard, pick up some apples buy some cider, and enjoy!

20. Farmer’s Pantry | 788030 Grey Country Rd. 13 | Clarksburg

Originally a roadside apple stand, the Farmer’s Pantry is a seasonally opened adventure destination with mini-golf, pick-you-own-apple experience, a wild life centre, a full farmer’s market and so much more! This is a great way to spend the day with the family!
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21. Appletop Farm | 416476 10th Line | Clarksburg

Appletop Farm is the only fully organic grower on the Apple Pie Trail. Pickup some apples, cider, and of course pies! Appletop Farm is open seasonally and offers a great amount of apple varieties, definitely worth a taste!


22. Blackbird Pie Co | 108 Main St | Heathcote

Located right near the paddling adventures offered by Free Spirit Tours, Blackbird Pie Company offers incredible sandwiches, all kinds of pies and arguably the best butter tarts you’ll ever try.
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Thornbury & Clarksburg

24. Loft Gallery Inc | 18 Bruce St S | Thornbury

Loft Gallery Inc., offers incredible large Canadian Landscape Paintings by local, Ontario and Quebec Artists. Come in for a look, buy some art, take an art class or check out their plentiful events on the website! Located in the Heart of Thornbury, make sure to pop in while ticking off your Apple Pie Trail stops!
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25. Bruce Wine Bar | 8 Bruce St S | Thornbury

Bruce Wine Bar is truly an amazing culinary destination! The owners are true lovers of wine, food and community, so together with their resident chef, they have created an environment for a truly artisanal dining experience. Menu items are sourced seasonally and locally, and leave your taste buds wanting more. Definitely go to Bruce Wine Bar Kitchen for a culinary experience like no other.
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26. Thornbury Farmer’s Market | 30 Mill St | Thornbury

The Thornbury Farmer’s Market happens every Sunday 11 am – 2 pm from May 20th to October 7th, 2018. Located in the park beside Town Hall on Highway 26 in The Village of Thornbury in The Blue Mountains, Ontario. Often featuring a children’s petting zoo along with live music, fresh, local produce, artisan- created crafts, and it’s just around the corner from the beautiful waterfront at Thornbury’s Harbour.


27. The Cheese Gallery | 11 Bruce St S | Thornbury

Art meets cheese in this wonderful shop offering international and local cheese, mustards, oils, fine foods, art and gifts. Hosting several community events and offering tastings, this cheese gallery is perfect for a mid morning or afternoon treat for your taste buds.
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28. Thornbury Bakery Cafe | 12 Bruce St S | Thornbury

Thornbury Bakery Cafe is a landmark in Thornbury. Located right along the downtown strip, the bakery offers everything baked from scratch – no packaging and no frozen foods! Go in and enjoy their gourmet coffee, breakfast sandwiches, lunch offerings, treats, bread, pies, and so much more! The space is newly expanded and their staff is incredibly friendly.
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29. Thornbury Village Cider House & Brewery | 90 King St E | Thornbury

Using the finest apples in the region, Thornbury Village Cider House & Brewery offers a variety of delicious, different, light and refreshing cider, available for tastings year round. Pop in for a flight, bring home a growler of your favourite choice, or mix and match their bottles offerings in the store.
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30. Goldsmith’s Orchard Market | 207600 Hwy26 | Thornbury

Goldsmith’s Orchard Market sells produce grown right there on the farm and locally sourced products created in Southern Georgian Bay. If they wouldn’t put it on their dinner table, they wouldn’t sell it in their store. Make sure you try their delicious Thornberry Pie when you go in!


31. Matilda Swanson Gallery | 185 Marsh St | Clarksburg
Located in the artsy town of Clarksburg just south of Thornbury, Matilda Swanson Gallery.
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32. Grandma Lambe’s | 206580 Hwy 26 | Meaford

Grandma Lambe’s open daily, year round offers a large variety of baked goods, groceries and giftware. Located at 206570 Hwy 26 in Meaford, the farm began with the sale of home-grown apples in the 1940s and has grown to include a second location in Chatsworth and a wedding barn! Call in large and custom orders for pickup at the store!
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33. Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre | 12 Nelson St E | Meaford

Meaford Hall is an incredible venue for music, drama and more! With acoustics offering an amazing experience, the venue hosts an average of 150 live shows each year and is close to all of the attractions that Meaford has to offered. The lobby is filled with an art gallery so you can have it all when you go out for a night on the town here!
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34. Meaford Museum | 111 Bayfield St | Meaford

Featuring an Apple Exhibit, the Meaford Museum takes you back to apple farming practices from the 1800s and how that has changed over the years. Located in the what was originally the Town’s Pump House built in 1895, the museum is located near the water, so be sure to tie your visit with a walk along the beautiful harbour!
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35. Meaford Farmer’s Market | 3 St. Vincent St | Meaford
Every Friday seasonally, 3pm-7pm at the Meaford Harbour pavilion, pick up your fresh, local, food, arts and crafts at the Meaford Farmer’s Market. Often featuring music along with a. Variety of local vendors! Definitely worth a visit for your weekend groceries!



37. Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery | 599448 Concession Rd 2 N | Annan

The scenery here is amazing, soak in the view of Georgian Bay from above, taste some delicious wines and ciders, and keep an eye out for events such as live music and snowshoe tours!
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