Discover the best top things to do in Thornbury, Canada including The Thornbury Harbour, The Golf Club at Lora Bay, Thornbury Village Cider House & Brewery, The Fishway, Peasemarsh Nature Preserve, Thornbury Antique Market, Kolapore Springs Fishing Adventure.
Restaurants in Thornbury
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Nice spot to visit after a lovely meal in town. Hot night so was very relaxing to sit at the waterfront and enjoy the view.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Nestled in the Blue Mountains on the shores of Georgian Bay, there could be no better place o play the game you love, especially when the game is being played on a 7,100 yard championship layout, co-designed by PGA Tour professional Tom Lehman and Canada's premier golf course architect Thomas McBroom.
Excellent lunch - Rhonda, you rock! the lunch was excellent and even though we were in the restaurant during the members end of year event, Rhonda did a great job looking after us...8 in total straggling in at different times. She wasn't the least bit flustered, the food was great and the location is beautiful. The golf was great as well, perfect conditions and an awesome course.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Thornbury Village Cider House is open to the public! Sameple our authentic Premium Apple Cider, Craft Beer, and a selection of Colio Wines. Our retail store also features Thornbury Village Craft in growlers and cans, as well as Thornbury Craft Beer in cans, and a variety of wines from Colio Estate Winery.
This place is right on the highway as you enter into town. There is plenty of parking. I visited at the end of November and it was completely empty. The interior is very clean, fresh and inviting. They have a nice small tasting area to sample the product. If you like what you have tasted you may purchase your favorites and take them home with you. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Although it is very nice, they are lacking something. I'm not sure what it is, perhaps a tour of the process or light snacks.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We stopped here while in Thornbury on a Saturday afternoon. It was interesting to see, about 10 minutes was enough time though. We did see fish trying to jump up the dam part, and we saw a few fish in the actual ladder part. There are many historical plaques and signs which are useful to get an idea of the background for both the dam and the fish ladder.
4 based on 7 reviews
we go here all the time because its a dog friendly beach. certain parts sandy, certain parts rocky and marsh. great for swimming tanning or for the nature lover as well
5 based on 1 reviews
From high end Sheraton to Blue Mountain Pottery and glass door knobs!Takes abit of finding when you first visit, tucked away in King's Court Building opposite Thornbury Cidery . Come in from the side entrance between Floor Crafters' and Ashtons' Blind Store , along the corridor. A hidden treasure!
5 based on 1 reviews
Kolapore Springs offers both quiet adventure and gourmet dining. Sean, Andre, and Andy were informative and gracious hosts. Andre took us on an educational journey through the hatchery. After that Andy set John up to fish in a well-stocked pond, while Sean and I hiked the trails. Our adventure finished up with a gourmet lunch, prepared by Andy and Sean, of “fresh” trout, and fried potatoes, cooked on an open fire, accompanied by tantalizing coleslaw. Food so delicious it makes your taste buds stand up and dance for joy. Highly recommend.
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