Getting Here & Getting Around
All three Collingwood Colltrans routes will be FREE on December 30 and December 31
PLUS extended hours to 1am on December 31
Regular paid service operates between Collingwood, The Blue Mountains and Wasaga Beach, 7 am to 9 pm, 7 days a week. Buses are accessible for different levels of mobility. Details at www.SouthGeorgianBayTransit.ca
Three Accessible Shuttle Services
- Accessible shuttle service is available by calling Sarah at Sinton Transportation at 705-446-1196. It must be booked three (3) days in advance of the required date.
- Accessible transit is available through the Red Cross and must be booked seven (7) days in advance of required date. User must be REGISTERED with Red Cross by calling
705-721-3313 Ext. 5206.
Registration can be completed over the phone.
- Ace Cabs can also provide an accessible shuttle by calling 705-444-1441 and specifically requesting the accessible van.
Parking is FREE during the festival. Check out our ‘Parking’ locations on the map to find out specific locations.
With so many attendees, finding parking may be challenging. In 2019, you can save yourself the hassle, and use the convenient bus service to reach the festival fun.
Accessible parking is available assigned in all municipal parking lots.
Driving Directions to Collingwood
The Town of Collingwood is ideally situated along the picturesque shoreline of Nottawasaga Bay in the heart of Ontario’s finest four-season destination area, in the northwest corner of the County of Simcoe. Following are driving directions to Collingwood.
Highway 400 northbound will get you to Barrie, and from there, take the Bayfield Street exit, following the signs to Highway 26 West, and into Stayner. At the main intersection in Stayner, head north on 26, and you’ll find your way right into the heart of Collingwood.
Head north on Bayfield Street, following the signs to Highway 26 West, and into Stayner. At the main intersection in Stayner, head north on 26, and you’ll find your way right into the heart of Collingwood.
If you’re looking for a more scenic route, take County Road 90 West to Angus, and head north on County Road 10/Brentwood Road. Once you reach Sunnidale Corners, you’ll join up with Highway 26, head west into Stayner, then follow Highway 26 north from the main intersection, right into Collingwood.
Take Highway 12 West to County Road 22, then continue west along Horseshoe Valley Road until it ends at Highway 26. Take Highway 26 West into Stayner. At the main intersection in Stayner, head north on 26, and you’ll find your way right into the heart of Collingwood.
FROM OWEN SOUND
Take Highway 26 East through Meaford, and right into Collingwood.
AVOIDING HIGHWAY 400
If you’re heading to Collingwood from the GTA, and you’d like to avoid Highway 400, there are a number of alternate routes you can check out. The Gore Road (County Road 8) and Dixie Road (County Road 4/12/7) will both take you north to Highway 9, where you can join Airport Road just east of Orangeville. Going north on Airport Road will take you right into the main intersection of Stayner, where you can continue north on Highway 26 into Collingwood.
You can also head west on Highway 89 and join up with Airport Road just west of Rosemont, and head north into the main intersection of Stayner, where you can continue north on Highway 26 into Collingwood. Keep in mind there are a number of other festivals taking place in Simcoe County this weekend, and area roads may be busy.
Highway 26 has several roundabouts in the Collingwood area. A roundabout is a circular intersection where two or more roads meet. Traffic circulates through them counter-clockwise, to the right of a centre island. All entering vehicles must yield to traffic already in the roundabout. For more information on roundabouts, visit the Ministry of Transportation website. http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/ontario-511/roundabouts.shtml