Things To Do
Cascade Putting Course
Kids and adults can test their golfing skills at the Cascade Putting Course. Cascade offers bunkers and water hazards just like a full-size course, but on a smaller scale. Situated at the base of the Niagara Escarpment, this 18-hole, par-67 putting course is landscaped with a limestone backdrop, waterfalls and inspiring features that highlight the beauty of the natural surroundings and panoramic views.
Blue Mountain Beach
Prefer to stay on dry land? The beach is equipped with kid-friendly climbers and sports equipment to ensure everyone's beach day has the right mix of sun and fun.
Complete your beach experience with lunch at our Beach Hut, featuring a fresh selection of barbecue fare, cold drinks and new this year, we're serving alcohol on our licensed patio to guests 19+*.
Access to the beach is complimentary for overnight guests of Blue Mountain Resort and we recommend relying on our courtesy shuttle to take you to and from the beach as parking is limited. Shuttles run every half hour, seven days a week, during high season**. Day visitors and guests not staying at Blue Mountain Resort may access the beach at a rate of $29 per car load (maximum of 8 guests per car) after 3pm daily.
Apple Pie Trail
Welcome to Ontario's Apple Country - a special place where the moderating effects of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment create perfect conditions for growing amazing apples - and baking perfect apple pies! Travelling the quiet country roads of the Blue Mountains, enjoy the sweet aroma of blossoms in the spring; ripening fruit in the summer; brilliant colours in the fall and crisp sheets of white in the winter. No matter what time you visit, the Apple Pie Trail is always delicious.
- Must be at least 8 years of age to jump from platform 1 and 2
- Must be at least 13 years of age to jump from platform 3 and 4
- Maximum weight is 250 lbs
- No sharp objects, loose clothing or scarves
- Suitable clothing and footwear must be worn
Wasaga Beach is a summer tourist
Wasaga Beach is a summer tourist destination located just two hours north of Toronto. The white sandy beach stretches more than 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) on Nottawasaga Bay and welcomes more than 2 million visitors every summer. Because of its size, the beach is divided into six smaller beaches, so if you would like to steer clear of tourists and crowds who flock to Beach 1 and 2, make your way to Beaches 4 or 5 for a more private and quiet afternoon. Wasaga Beach is also home to many recreational trails and the Nottawasaga River is good for game fishing, canoeing and boating.