Relaxation in the Heart of Nature
Explore the Uniqueness of our Ontario Spa
We are often asked what makes the Blue Mountain location different from our sister Scandinave Spas and other spas in Canada. Our differences make us a truly Ontario, Canada attraction. Situated on 25 acres of natural Ontario birch, Canadian maple and pine trees, the Spa has expansive views of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve Niagara Escarpment. Visitors in the Fall are treated to a colourful tree display as well as the occasional turtle, tree frog or wild turkey. In the winter months, Guests soak in the Baths and can watch Blue Mountain Resort skiers carve down the slopes under the night lights. In Spring & Summer Guests explore the trails, cycling routes or take a short drive to the world’s longest fresh water beach, Wasaga Beach, and other impressive shoreline accesses on Georgian Bay.
Important to Know
Weekends & Holidays
Weekends and Holidays are particularly busy at Scandinave Spa; once we reach capacity, we will start a wait list for access to the Scandinavian Baths. We strive to maintain the integrity of the experience so the wait list gets capped when we have a significant number of people waiting. There is no guarantee that all Guests on the list will be checked in; we do our best to estimate wait times but that is dependent upon checked-in Guests leaving.
For wait list updates, please visit our Twitter Feed (@Scandinaveblue). All Guests must be 18 years of age or older, and may be asked to show identification.
For more information, please visit our FAQ page.
A Tranquil, Phone-Free Environment
Scandinave Spa is a quiet, tranquil environment for all Guests to respect. Phones, cameras and other electronic devices are not permitted in the Scandinavian Baths activity.
The benefits of hydrotherapy and how it works on your mind and body are a part of our core values.
The first stage includes heating the body up which dilates the blood vessels on the surface of the skin, reduces blood pressure, and increases blood flow to the skin and muscles. The increase in body temperature causes considerable perspiration, which helps cleanse the skin and release the body’s negative energy.
- Eucalyptus Steam Bath
- Finnish Sauna
- Infrared Sauna
- Hot Baths
The second stage includes closing the pores of the skin with a brief, but, highly beneficial cool rinse. A dip in the cold plunge helps to release endorphins, and increase your heart rate. This stage is where you will receive the most benefit of the hot-cold-relax circuit.
- Nordic Waterfall
- Cold Showers
- Cold Plunge Baths
- Roll in the snow
The final stage is designed to allow the cardiovascular system to regulate itself. After spending time in hot and cold environments, it is recommended to rest the body to help stabilize blood flow and heart rate. This is a time for body & mind rest and relaxation.
- Muskoka Chairs
- Outdoor Fireplaces
PHONE FREE ACTIVITY
There’s no wifi at the Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain, but we promise you will find a better connection.
There’s nothing like the smell, sounds and sight of nature to help you escape from your everyday routine.
WE HONOUR SILENCE
Silence is essential to the enjoyment of our spa, it brings inner stillness leading to complete relaxation. Embrace it.
We monitor and adjust our water quality twice as often as the law requires. Detailed water quality reports are available upon request.
Re-fuel at our cozy Bistro
A choice of light meals and beverages including locally-catered sandwiches, soups, salads and wraps, as well as cookies, coffee and tea. Beer and wine are available post-visit.
It’s important to keep hydrated during your spa experience. Water bottles are available for purchase, and fountains are located at various locations around the Spa. Guests are welcome to bring their own plastic or stainless steel water bottles with them for their visit to Scandinave Spa.
Welcome to our Neighbourhood.
Less than 2 hours north of Toronto, the breathtakingly beautiful landscape of the Georgian Bay offers endless activities and expansive views to inspire all visitors. The heart of the region is made up of historic Collingwood, popular Town of Blue Mountains, apple country Meaford & home of the longest fresh water beach in the world, Wasaga Beach.
There’s so much to do on and off the trails. Find the true nature of beauty, culture and adventure in South Georgian Bay this spring. Experience serenity at the a Spa, or embark on an outdoor adventures of biking, walking or hiking. After your outdoor experience, seek out local hidden gems with art, theatre, dining and shopping.
The area offers a fun-filled day trip experience, or reserve overnight accommodations in one of the many affordable hotels, motels and B&Bs.