Smartphone Audio Driving Tour between Toronto & Collingwood

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Smartphone Audio Driving Tour between Toronto & Collingwood

Listen to a tour guide while you drive between Toronto & Collingwood! Complete tour any day or time you like.

When and where

Date and time


Highway 400 & 26 between Collingwood & Toronto Toronto, ON M3L2N6 Canada

Map and directions

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

Our professional and knowledgeable tour guide will point out the tourist attractions, sights to see, lakes, cities & towns you'll pass by on this scenic drive.

Start anywhere along the route between Collingwood & Toronto. The tour experience is the same in either direction.

You'll also hear about the area's animals, geography, historical events & people.

Tour highlights include Canada's Wonderland, Kitchikiwana, Edenvale Aerodrome, Nottawasaga River, Collingwood Scenic Caves, Minesing Wetlands and more!

Each point of interest also includes a fun trivia question, play along or sit back and listen!

Points of Interest

  • Canada's Wonderland
  • Holland Marsh
  • The Longest Road
  • Barrie
  • Minesing Wetlands
  • Nottawasaga River
  • Edenvale Aerodrome
  • Lake Effect Snow
  • Kitchikiwana
  • Long Weekend
  • Collingwood Terminals
  • Bruce Trail
  • 30,000 Islands
  • Alliston
  • Barrie Tornado
  • Camp Borden
  • Collingwood
  • Craigleith Provincial Park
  • Downtown Barrie
  • Nottawasaga Bay
  • Collingwood Scenic Caves
  • Simcoe County Museum
  • Species
  • Stayner
  • William Osler
  • Happy Valley
  • Popular Peeps (4)

Why a Smartphone Audio Tour?

✔️ audio automatically plays when approaching a point of interest

✔️ listen through vehicle's stereo

✔️ GPS map shows your location, route & points of interest

✔️ freedom to take detours and stop anywhere

✔️ professional & personable tour guides

✔️ same tour experience in either direction

***Please note certain trails, lookouts & attractions we recommend may be closed or inaccessible during the off-peak season or due to reasons beyond our control.

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