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Looking for Weekend Ideas?

Simcoe County offers a wide variety of fun and enjoyable activities for the whole family to enjoy on the weekends. Here are a few popular options:

Skiing and snowboarding: Simcoe County is home to several ski resorts, such as Snow Valley Ski Resort, Horseshoe Resort, and Mount St. Louis Moonstone. These resorts offer a variety of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.

Hiking and camping: Simcoe County is home to several beautiful parks and conservation areas, such as Awenda Provincial Park, which offers miles of hiking trails, as well as camping and picnicking opportunities.

Fishing: Simcoe County is home to several lakes and rivers, including Kempenfelt Bay and Lake Simcoe, which are popular spots for fishing.

Biking: Simcoe County has an extensive network of bike trails, such as the Simcoe County Loop Trail, which offers scenic routes for cyclists of all skill levels.

Boating and water sports: Simcoe County is home to several lakes, such as Georgian Bay, which are popular spots for boating, sailing, and other water sports.

Wineries and breweries: Simcoe County is home to several wineries and breweries, such as Creemore Springs and Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery, which offer tours, tastings, and other activities.

Shopping and dining: Simcoe County offers a wide variety of shopping and dining options, including farmers markets, antique shops, and local restaurants, where you can try local cuisine.

These are just a few of the many fun and enjoyable activities that you can enjoy on the weekends in Simcoe County. You'll find something for everyone, so don't hesitate to explore and have fun!

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