Cobble Beach is Georgian Bay’s Extraordinary Golf Resort Community. Its spectacular location, on Georgian Bay, is the ideal setting for the Golf Digest award-winning, links-style golf course. Designed by renowned course architect, Doug Carrick, it is one of Canada's best.

But now there's much more. Our spectacular Nantucket-style Clubhouse and Inn capture the character of the site and provide a venue for year-round hospitality in the Sweetwater Restaurant & Bar by the fireside lounge. The Inn at Cobble Beach, Spa and fitness centre make for the perfect getaway or retreat, an ideal location for business meetings, weddings, family reunions or other celebrations.

Location and Lifestyle

If you fall in love with the location and lifestyle you can choose to live here. Cobble Beach is first and foremost a community. With an excellent selection of residences available from custom estate homes to single-family homes to villas. There are even fractional ownership opportunities available. When you live or stay at Cobble Beach your paradise lies just outside your front door.

In Spring, Summer and Fall the range of activities include golfing, boating, fishing, tennis, hiking the Bruce Trail and a myriad of community and area events and amenities for your enjoyment. Winter proves to be equally exciting with cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snowshoeing, dog-sledding and, of course, the downhill slopes of Blue Mountain and the Beaver Valley are within an hour's drive.

The Future is Here

At Cobble Beach you're connected. Enjoy the great outdoors but stay in touch with our state-of-the-art fibre optic technology. This best-in-class feature means you're as close to your business as you wish to be.

What's in the future? In the works are plans for a fabulous Village, a community-centric development that will include shops, cafés, offices and a recreation centre with an indoor pool. But most of all, Cobble Beach is about its fabulous waterfront location. Water, water, water. For skipping stones, sailing, fishing or just watching the sunrise with family and friends as the sun creates a technicolour panorama that changes daily.

Enviromentally Responsible
  • Dark-Sky Lighting in accordance with the International Dark-Sky Association rules for which Cobble Beach has won an award from the Stargazers of Grey and Bruce Counties (2007)
  • Geothermally heated and cooled 30,000 square foot Clubhouse
  • Golf course was designed with special regard for soil types and built to minimize the use of water, pesticides and herbicides
  • A number of homes by Reid's Heritage Homes have been designed to meet LEED-H certified standards with options for customer certification upgrades
Energy Star Standards
  • All single detached and villas by Reid's meet, at minimum, Energy Star standards
  • State-of-the-art tertiary recovery waste water treatment plant
  • Highest quality freshwater supply from upgraded local water treatment plant and newly built adjacent water tower
  • Organic landscape philosophy uses native materials and species to enhance public spaces
  • Natural gas pipeline delivers gas directly to the community
  • Fibre optic cable exists in the subdivision providing flexibility to grow with technology and offers telecommuters the option to work from home
  • All sod in settlement areas will be fescue grass which requires less watering than conventional grass types
Environmental Stewardship and Cultural Heritage
  • Integrated golf course design includes significant physical and biological features
  • Master-planned community promotes environmental stewardship of woodlots and water features including an integrated golf course design, which protects and enhances significant physical and biological features
  • Over 14km of trails are at the doorstep of the residences of Cobble Beach
  • Water quality monitoring and management ensures surrounding environmental features are recharged
  • Golf holes and residential settlement areas have been incorporated into three site terraces running parallel to the shoreline of Georgian Bay and are situated along ancient shorelines of Algonquin and Nipissing glacial lakes
  • Rainfall and snowmelt from the subdivision have been designed to be captured in a series of creeks and ponds cascading over the 50 plus metres of elevation change on the site while being purified naturally and released into Georgian Bay
  • Ten cultural heritage areas including Euro-Canadian and First Nation sites were protected and incorporated into the golf course and residential settlement areas of Cobble Beach