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Arts & Artisans

Arts On Ten Gallery & Boutique
20 Syndenham Street
Flesherton, Grey Highlands
519-341-6135
www.artsonten.com

Dunbar Gallery
12 Collingwood Street
Flesherton, Grey Highlands
647-628-3991

Local Colour Art Gallery
20 Collingwood Street
Flesherton, Grey Highlands
519-924-3560
www.localcolour.ca

Flesherton Art Gallery
Collingwood Street
Flesherton, Grey Highlands
519-986-3719

Saugeen Autumn Leaves Studio Tour
Grey Highlands
info@autumleavesstudiotour.ca

The Art Map
Eugenia, Grey Highlands
519-924-3942

Boating & Swimming

Lake Eugenia
This historic lake offers a relaxing oasis for swimming at the public beach where you can find a public dock and boat launch.  Public beach and dock are located at the end of Canrobert Street in Eugenia.  Click here for public boat launch details.

Beaver River
This river meanders its way through Grey Highlands and offers several access points for both paddling and swimming.  Click here for details.

Conservation Areas

Eugenia Falls Conservation Area
Located in the village of Eugenia with access off of Grey Road 13.  The Bruce Trail goes through here, with a number of side trails to follow that will provide you with views of the falls from above and below.  Amenities include parking, a covered picnic area and washroom facilities.  Click here for details.

Old Baldy Conservation Area
Located in the village of Kimberley with access from Sideroad 7B.  This is one of the most popular attractions in Grey Highlands, with trails revealing an amazing view of the Beaver Valley.  This is also one of the only two locations in Grey Country where rock climbing is permitted.  Amenities include parking.  Click here for details.

Feversham Gorge Madeleine Graydon Memorial Conservation Area
Located in Feversha with access off Grey Road 2.  With the Beaver River running through the Gorge, it's easy to see why this was the site of a old dam mill in years gone by.  The Beaver River is shallow with many small pools to take a dip in.  Amenities include parking and washroom facilities.  Click here for more details.

Cycling

On and Off Road Cycling
Cyclist can experience stunning scenery with small town stops and shops along the way.

Click here for Grey County On Road Cycling

Click here for Grey County Off Road Cycling

Ride On Bikes
Bike rentals and tours
519-538-5030

Farm Gate

Kickin' Back Alpaca Ranch
724762 West Back Line
Markdale, Grey Highlands
519-986-3758
www.kickinbackalpacaranch.com

Fiddlehead Nursery
Edible Landscape Tours & Workshops
Kimberley, Grey Highlands
705-441-1217

Osprey Bluffs Honey
634386 Road 63
Singhampton, Grey Highlands
647-272-5006

The Farmer's Pantry
Grey Road 13, Clarksburg
519-599-3691

Eigensinn Farm
449357-10th Concession
Singhampton, Grey Highlands
519-922-3128

Fishing

Wilmer Trout Ponds
313706 Hwy #6
Durham, Ontario
519-369-5717
www.ontario-fishing-ponds.com

Ken Chandler Fly Fishing Adventures
Markdale, Grey Highlands
519-820-8506

Golf

Talisman Golf Course
150 Talisman Mountain Drive
Kimberley, Grey Highlands
226-910-1395

The Ferns Golf & Country Club
443578 Concession 8
Markdale, Grey Highlands
519-986-3200

Townsend Lake Golf & Country Club
Grey Country Road 12
Markdale, Grey Highlands
519-986-4653

Highland Glen Golf Club
305455 South Line A
Priceville Grey Highlands
519-924-4653

Markdale Golf & Curling Club
85 Edith Street
Markdale, Grey Highlands
519-986-2690

Hiking & Walking Trails

The Bruce Trail 
The Beaver Valley section of the Bruce Trail runs throughout Grey Highlands offering trails for all hiking levels.  Experience trails that will take you along the Beaver River, to waterfalls, to expansive views of the Beaver Valley and all with hidden treasures of the past.  Click here for more information.

The Walking Village
Promotes and enhances walking in Grey Highlands.  Wonderful family oriented trails will take you into the Foothills of Flesherton.  Enjoy a walk into a marsh area and you may experience the discovery of a beaver dam.  Click here for trail information.

Motorcycle Routes

Ride Grey Bruce
Many scenic motorcycle routes to follow that will take you throughout the winding roads of Grey Highlands with many quaint village stops and shops along the way.  Click here for route information.

Museums & Heritage

South Grey Museum
40 Syndenham Street
Flesherton, Grey Highlands
519-924-2843
Hours: Thursday to Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
The museum has a park on the property, offers genealogy research and local historic information.  Click here for more information.

Osprey Museum - Rob Roy Site
Corner of Grey Road 31 & Road 63
Rob Roy, Grey Highlands
705-441-1182
This museum is located in a historically designated school house.  Open seasonally from May to October, Saturday to Monday, 10 am - 4 pm.  Click here for more information.

Outdoor Adventures

Dufferin Grey ATV Club
Markdale, Grey Higlands
Click here for ATV Trail Map

Free Spirit Tours
Heathcote, Ontario
519-599-2268

Eagle Adventures
Ravenna, Ontario
705-888-2551

Orchards & Cidery

Beaver Valley Orchard & Cidery
235853 Grey Road 13
Kimberley, Grey Highlands
519-599-1001

Scenic Lookouts

Beaver Valley Lookout
Accessed from Grey Road 13 on the south side of the valley, it offers a view of the valley and the summer slopes of the Beaver Valley Ski Club.  Open seasonally, amenities include parking, picnic tables and washroom facilities.

Epping Lookout
Accessed from Grey County Road 7 this look out offers a vast and sweeping view of the valley and it's agricultural heritage.  It is a very popular stopping place for cyclists and motorcyclists alike.  Amenities include a covered picnic area with picnic tables, parking and seasonal washroom facilities. 

Skiing & Snowboarding

Beaver Valley Ski  Club
Pioneer Drive
Markdale, Grey Highlands
519-986-2520

Beaver Valley Nordic Ski Club
Cross Country ski trails in Grey Highlands. Click here for more information.

Snowmobiling

Klondyke Trail Groomers
Markdale, Grey Highlands
519-986-1962

Vineyard

Georgian Hills Vineyard
Grey County Road 2
The Blue Moutains, Ontario
519-599-2255

Waterfalls

Eugenia Falls
Plunging into the Cuckoo Valley, the Beaver River drops 30 meters over the Niagara Escarpment.  One of the highest in Eastern Canada, this waterfall was the site of an early hydroelectric power station.

Hoggs Falls
Considered on Grey County's best kept secrets, Hoggs Falls are tucked away a mere two minute walk from the Lower Valley Road near the Flesherton.  Named for William Hogg, the waters of Boyne River tumble seven meters in this woodland setting.  

Webwood Falls
Located just north of Kimberley, these are the newest falls on the waterfall trail, with land having been recently donated by the Horwood Family.  Surrounded by mature forest, regenerating fields, there is still evidence of the perennial gardens for a homestead that once thrived.

Click here for the Waterfall Tour of Grey County.

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