March Break (March 10 - 18) is less than two weeks away. If your plans include a trip up to the Collingwood area and you like great food, you should come to Thornbury (a 10-minute drive) from The Village at Blue and check out one of the great places to eat in town. http://www.thornbury.ca/places-to-eat.php By my count, there are 18 dining establishments in Thornbury to satiate the appetite of the pickiest gourmands . Hard to believe there are that many places to eat in a town with a population of approximately 2200.
I have not done the math, but if you counted all the restaurants located within The Blue Mountains* (see footnote), it would be huge and another reason to visit this fabulous, four-seasons area.
I'm confident that once you visit the Thornbury area you'll fall in love with the ambience and character of this fabulous community; so why not come and visit me: Lorraine Bull, a Sales Representative at Century 21 Offord Realty, located at 1 Bruce St. N (the corner of Hwy #26 and Bruce St.) and I'd be happy "talk real estate".
You can contact me directly at 705-446-5034 or email email@example.com
*The Blue Mountains: The town comprises the communities of Banks, Camperdown, Castle Glen Estates, Christie Beach, Clarksburg, Craigleith, Duncan, Gibraltar, Heathcote, Kolapore, Little Germany, Loree, Ravenna, Red Wing, Slabtown, Thornbury and Victoria Corners.
The Town of The Blue Mountains uses two population data sources.
Census data from 2011 indicates that the full-time resident population of The Blue Mountains is 6,453. This figure does not include our seasonal residents or day visitors.
According to the most recent data provided by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation, we estimate our total full-time and part-time population to be 13,833. Using the same data source, along with information from other sources, we estimate our day population (including visitors) to be 28,833.