The Beaver Valley Arena offers an ice surface that is 195' long x 90' wide and operates from mid September to late March each year.
The Beaver Valley Community Centre is a licensable venue that offers a large hall, small hall, bar service area, and a certified kitchen. The full facility has a maximum standing capacity of 430 people (366 for licensed events). This facility is directly connected to the Beaver Valley Arena, which can be combined to provide additional space for larger events.
The Craigleith Community Centre is a historical building that was once used as a school house. This facility is only available for unlicensed events and has a maximum capacity of 30 people. Although the building is wheelchair accessible, the washroom facilities are not.
The Ravenna Hall is a historical building that has been used as a community centre for the local area for many years. This facility is only available for unlicensed events and has a maximum standing capacity of 43 people. Both the facility entrance and the washrooms are wheelchair accessible. The facility is not on municipal water service and has a tendency to run out of water during the summer months.
Bayview Park is one of the Town’s most popular picnic areas. With it’s beautiful waterfront, large covered pavilion and manicured green spaces this park is a perfect location for family reunions, outdoor weddings and other social gatherings. The park is also well suited for young children as it is equipped with washroom facilities and playground equipment. The park’s tennis courts and sand volleyball court also make this park ideal for active families.
This park is quite small but provides the Craigleith area with well maintained outdoor tennis courts.
Although this park is not very large, it’s close proximity to the Georgian Trail, its picnic tables and ample shade makes it a perfect rest stop for cyclists and other trail users. This park is also close to the harbour and downtown shops in Thornbury.
This park is one of the Town’s hidden gems. Although it is close to Town Hall, Bayview Park and the Georgian Trail, it often goes unnoticed. This quiet park is home to the Cedar Grove Labyrinth which provides opportunities for stress relief, meditation and reflection. The park also has a small covered pavilion, picnic tables and public washrooms, making it a perfect destination for small family picnics.
This park provides a sandy pebble beach waterfront and views of the ski hills and Georgian Bay. There are swing sets onsite as well as picnic tables and a portable toilet.
This park provides ample green space for people of all ages to run, play or enjoy a meal outdoors.
This park is located directly across the road from the Georgian Peaks Ski Club and provides a large shale waterfront. There is a small covered pavilion onsite for picnics and plenty of green space. A short trail network runs through the park and there is a portable toilet onsite.
This park provides access to the Beaver River and is a popular fishing location. This park is equipped with swing sets and a portable toilet and is within walking distance of the downtown Clarksburg shops.
Although this park is extremely small, its beautiful view of the Thornbury Harbour makes it an excellent rest stop for visitors and residents.
This rural park provides users with green space, a trail network, and a put in location on the Beaver River for canoes and kayaks. This park is also equipped with a portable toilet and informative signage.
This park has a playground and green space that is ideal for children. It is also has a portable toilet onsite and is located within walking distance of Blue Mountain Resort.
This small urban park provides a beautiful rest stop for shoppers enjoying downtown Thornbury. There are several memorial benches onsite as well as artwork and flower gardens.
With its ample green space and playground equipment, this park is well suited for children and is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood.
This park houses one of the Town’s cenotaphs and is the location where the Thornbury and Clarksburg Remembrance Day Ceremonies are held each year.
This park provides open green space for people of all ages to run, play or enjoy a meal outdoors. It is located at the base of Blue Mountain and is within walking distance of the Blue Mountain Village, the Westin Hotel and the Plunge Waterpark.
This park lines the Beaver River and includes a portion of the Beaver River Trail. There is a covered pavilion at the south end of the park that is within walking distance from the downtown shops in Clarksburg. There are a number of fixed picnic tables throughout the treed park that have checkerboard tops. There is also a portable toilet onsite.
This park is extremely popular and well used in the summer time. It has a pebble beach waterfront that is in close proximity to the Thornbury pier and harbour. There are washroom facilities, picnic tables, a playground and treed green space. This park is also within walking distance to the downtown shops in Thornbury.
This park is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood close to the Lora Bay Golf Course. It has a sand beach waterfront with spectacular views of the Georgian Bay shoreline. There is also a large open green space, picnic tables and washroom facilities.
This park is one of the Town’s most well used parks. It is made up of three baseball diamonds, a skateboard park, a playground and an enclosed off leash dog park. There are portable toilets onsite and the park is located directly across the street from the Beaver Valley Community Centre and Arena.
This park provides the Craigleith area with excellent semi-private tennis court facilities. There are accessible washroom facilities onsite as well as open green space and connections to the Town’s trail network.
This park is by far the most popular beach in the municipality. Its large sandy beach waterfront and onsite non-motorized watercraft rentals make it an excellent choice for active families. There is a playground and washroom facilities onsite as well as several picnic tables throughout the park. The park is within walking distance of the Craigleith Heritage Depot Museum and Craigleith Community Centre and only a short drive from Blue Mountain Resort.
This park has a large parking lot and is connected to the Peasemarsh Conservation Area. The park provides a sand pebble beach waterfront and beautiful views of Georgian Bay. There is a network of trails that run through the Conservation Area and opportunities for fishing both in the Indian Brook and Georgian Bay.
This community memorial park houses one of the Town’s cenotaphs and is the location where the Ravenna Remembrance Day Ceremonies are held each year. This park is also equipped with a playground, portable toilet and a small covered pavilion that was constructed by the Thornbury Clarksburg Rotary Club in 2017. The Ravenna Community Hall is located just east of this park.
This park is located directly across the street from Town Hall and hosts the Town’s mosaic mural which was painted by members of the community to celebrate Canada 150. This park is also the location of the annual Thornbury Farmer’s Market.
This quiet neighbourhood park is perfect for children. It has a playground and a half basketball court as well as green space for picnics.
This park is located on the west side of Town Hall and provides ample green space and access to the Georgian Trail, the Beaver River, and the Thornbury Fish Ladder. It is also located within walking distance of the harbour and downtown shops in Thornbury.
This park provides open green space for people of all ages to run, play or enjoy a meal outdoors.
The Tomahawk Golf Course is an 18 hole par 3 course that provides an excellent opportunity for introducing beginners to the game as well as a laid back environment for more experienced golfers.
The Town maintains 3 regulation sized soccer fields that are available to the public as well as community groups.