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Cyclinghttps://experience.simcoe.ca/play/outdoors/cyclingCycling ​Cycle Simcoe identifies over 1,000 kilometers of on-road and multi-use cycling routes in Simcoe County. Visit cyclesimcoe.ca to explore new cycling routes. ​​ ​Prefer a printed copy of the cycling maps? Email us at tourism@simcoe.ca with your complete mailing address and we will mail one to your door, at no cost. Simcoe County Loop Trail Map Heart of Georgian Bay Cycling Map (Midland region) Ontario's Lake Country Cycling Map (Orillia region) South Georgian Bay Cycling Map (Collingwood region)​ <img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Forms/EditForm/AHP16-487.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Barn Quilt Trailhttps://experience.simcoe.ca/barn-quilt-trailBarn Quilt Trail ​​​​What is the Simcoe County Barn Quilt Trail? This initiative was put together by the County of Simcoe and the Simcoe County Federation of Agriculture, with the original idea to celebrate Canada's Sesquicentennial, the 150th Anniversary of Canada's Confederation. The Simcoe County Barn Quilt Trail is made up of over 150 quilts. This self-guided trail will provide a new approach to exploring the area. It will highlight the county's many farm-based businesses and tell stories that are intrinsic to the rich fabric of Simcoe County. Each quilt pattern will be different and many represent family traditions and local heritage. Each quilt block is painted on two 4x8' aluminum panels, not plywood, to create an 8x8' square. Using aluminum instead of plywood will ensure a longer lasting and more durable final product and also one that's a little bit lighter (the installation company likes that!). The pattern is chosen by the quilt host in collaboration with the project's Artistic Coordinator and the pattern is transferred onto the two panels. The quilt is then painted by either the host and their friends and family, a volunteer painter, or at various community paint sessions that are held in different locations throughout the year. Use the interactive map below to view the locations of the 155 barn quilt locations in Simcoe County. A printed map will be available in the Summer of 2021. <img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/barn-quilt/page.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
The Honey Trailhttps://experience.simcoe.ca/thehoneytrailThe Honey Trail ​Simcoe County has developed the 1st Honey Trail in Ontario. The trail has been designed to celebrate beekeeping, bees, honey, other hive products, pollinators and the history of Beekeeping in our community. On the trail, you will find unique businesses throughout Simcoe County that offer local product, knowledge and expertise to create memorable and authentic experiences.​ <img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Bees%20%26%20Honey/Bee%20Boxes.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Sumachttps://experience.simcoe.ca/sumacSumac ​​​​​​ Are you looking for an adventure? You've come to the right spot! Simcoe County has a great deal to offer visitors with a wealth of history, art, culture waiting to be explored. <img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Experience/tile%20-%20SUMAC.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Made in Simcoe Countyhttps://experience.simcoe.ca/madeinsimcoecountyMade in Simcoe County ​​The Made in Simcoe County Campaign features locally made products, including honey, maple syrup, craft beer, wine, ciders, and more. ​ <img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/onthefarm/made%20in%20Simcoe%20County%20logo.png?RenditionID=19" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Downtownshttps://experience.simcoe.ca/downtownsDowntowns ​​Simcoe County's Small Town Downtowns <img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/homepage/Downtown%20Stayner.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />