Thornbury is known for its live music, art, shopping, dining, and all-season outdoor pursuits. Blue Mountain Resort and six private ski clubs are a short drive east on Hwy. 26. It’s also a fine dining hub, with the Bruce Wine Bar, The Mill and Sisi Trattoria. Thornbury Harbour is a bustling haven for pleasure craft, and also offers a beach and swimming at the Pier.
Thornbury Community Profile
Located at the junction of the Beaver River and Georgian Bay, Thornbury is the business centre for The Town of Blue Mountains. Nearby Clarksburg is well known for the collection of art galleries. Together, Thornbury and Clarksburg are favourite destinations for boutique shopping and dining, with its many excellent restaurants, pubs, patios and galleries.
The area is a true four-season destination surrounded by the water and mountain. Blue Mountain Resort and private ski clubs are a short drive away, and championship golf is close by at Lora Bay and the Georgian Bay Club. The Georgian Trail and Beaver River Trail offer hiking, cycling and snowshoeing. Residents and visitors also enjoy the waterfront parks, tennis courts, beaches and swimming at the pier. Thornbury Harbour is home to Thornbury Yacht Club and municipal Marina, and the area’s recreational facilities include the Beaver Valley Community Centre and Marsh Street Centre in Clarksburg.