With the support of tourism partners such as the Georgian Triangle Tourism Association (GTTA), the Apple Pie Trail, and Grey County Tourism, the staff of the Craigleith Heritage Depot strive to provide up-to-date information to all visitors requesting maps, directions, attractions, events, trails, restaurants, accomodations, and more.
The Craigleith Heritage Depot is the perfect rest stop for any kind of traveller. Please see this list for our on-site amenities:
- 2 large, gender-neutral, wheelchair-accessible washrooms
- outdoor picnic tables (1 all-season, 3 in the spring to the fall)
- free Wi-Fi
- charging station for electronic devices
- potable water
- bike rack
- basic bike repair and maintenance tools
The Pamphlet Wall can be found immediately inside the main entrance of the Craigleith Heritage Depot. It is largely populated by the GTTA and is currently organized thematically:
- arts and culture
- spas and relaxation destinations
- local trails and maps
- outdoor attractions
- family fun
The Community Board is located directly across from the Pamphlet Wall. You can find current information about what's happening in the Blue Mountains Public Library system here alongside community events. Craigleith Heritage Depot staff reserve the right to post community information and events at their discretion. Therefore, please ask a staff member for permission to post on this board. We are also happy to share information about your event(s) on our social media channels if you wish.
You are more than welcome to ask us in person, over the phone, or via email for tourism-related information. The staff of the Craigleith Heritage Depot have made an effort to check out many local points of interest for themselves and would be happy to provide first-hand accounts of their experiences to those seeking recommendations.
Recommendation of the Month: Museum Assistant Madeline loves a good trail. One of her winter favourites is the Nipissing Ridge Trail, located in Craigleith just a few minutes' walk from the Craigleith Heritage Depot's front door. It's a beginner's trail that winds through a beautiful wooded area around a stream. Ask her to point it out on a map for you if you have trouble finding it.