Discover the Collingwood Real Estate Market

Collingwood Real Estate Market
Collingwood Population
21,793
POPULATION
Collingwood Home Prices
$449,000
MEDIAN HOME PRICE
Collingwood Family Income
$64,369
MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME

Collingwood — Combination of Charming and Historical

Situated between the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay and the rolling beauty of the Blue Mountains, Collingwood offers spectacular all season recreation (skiing, golfing, boating, biking, hiking and more), as well as big city amenities due to the tourism that has become the basis of its economy. Formerly a shipping and rail hub for Ontario, the town of Collingwood still maintains a historical charm with its wonderful array of heritage buildings.

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The lifestyle - Who would like it here?

Collingwood is a destination for winter and summer recreational activities such as swimming, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and downhill skiing. It also serves as the entertainment, shopping, recreation and tourist hub. Access to a fantastic network of trails like the Georgian Trail and the Bruce Trail.

Best Kept Secret
Sunset Point Park
A great view of Collingwood's portion of Georgian Bay with the waters edge just a few steps away. This beautiful park is perfect for a walk or a picnic. Relax while sitting on a picnic table or one of the benches available and take in the gorgeous site.
Our Favorite Restaurants

Trattoria Azzurra, Bent Taco, Pie Wood Fired Pizza Joint, TheSmoke, Northwinds Brewhouse & Kitchen, Fish & Sips, The Iron Skillet, Brunello at 27 on Fourth, The Huron Club, Sol Kitchen, Heavenly Cafe

Collingwood Real Estate Market

Collingwood Real Estate

Collingwood real estate options are diverse, including historic homes in the downtown "Tree Streets", beautiful waterfront homes, planned developments, and many condo communities with close proximity to the harbour and mountain. Whether retiring or raising a young family, the town of Collingwood offers a diverse mix of amenities, opportunities and lifestyle options.
Collingwood Economy

Economy

As a tourist destination, there are a high number of service-focused employment, although manufacturing also has a good source of a significant number of regional jobs. It's also close to Barrie, Midland, Borden and Wasaga Beach where there are many employment opportunities.
Collingwood Environment

Environment

With the expected explosion of popualtion growth over the next decade Collingwood's council is putting environmental considerations to the forefront with the goal of sustainability. With solid goals and guidelines to ensure the continued balance and success of the community.
Collingwood Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Collingwood is a very active community as a whole, and there are many activities and adventures to participate in. The Downtown is filled with great restaurants and unique shops and galleries. Annual and special events hosted all year round.
Schools
Pretty River Academy
St. Mary's Catholic School
Mountain View Elementary
Admiral Collingwood Elementary
Cameron Street Public School
Connaught Public School
Collingwood Collegiate Institute
Jean Vanier Catholic High School
Parks
Arboretum
Central Park
Fisher Fields
Friendship Gardens
Harbourlands
Harbourview Park
Heritage Part
Sunset Point / Black Rock
Statio
Millenium Park
Shipyards Amphitheatre & Greenspace
Whites Bay Park
Amenities
Centennial Aquatic Centre
Central Park Arena
Eddie Bush Memorial Arena
Central Park Outdoor Rink
Historic Curling Club
Skate Park
Hospital
Community
Collingwood Public Library

Collingwood Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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