Craigleith Provincial Park
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Craigleith Provincial Park starts 100 meters away but it is best accessed from Highway 26. There are very unique shale beaches.
Craigleith Provincial Park was established in 1967 by Ontario Parks. It is a recreation-class Provincial Park created to help preserve historic oil shale beach. Craigleith Provincial Park is a small park located between Collingwood and Thornbury on the southern shores of Georgian Bay
Between Collingwood and Thornbury, this park - although close to the highway, is a favourite spot for visitors looking for an easy drive and swim. Unlike Wasaga Beach, it's a shale rock beach, but all in all a very cool, relaxing setting.
Close to home, only about 5 minutes away. Walk along the shores, sunbath or have a swim - or all of the above.
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