Yourself Here

Like our visitors, we love to hike and explore, eat and drink, play and be entertained.  We also love to share, so please enjoy the places and experiences we're proud to offer in Grey County. Enjoy our backyard with the love and reverence you'd show your own.

2022 Holiday Celebrations

There are many celebrations throughout Grey County to enjoy the magic of the holidays with friends and family. Community parades, holiday markets, light shows and more starting this weekend and all throughout the holiday season.

2022 Holiday Celebrations

Apple Pie Trail

Explore the Trail's many local orchards and breweries, apple-inspired art, seasonal sweet and savoury menus, outdoor activities, and the history of apple country. New this year: e-bike rentals from Georgian Trail e-Bikes, Apres at Penny's, and new menu items from The Alphorn Restaurant and Cheezed. The Apple Pie Trail is a self-guided trail, download the app or the map, and start planning your adventure. 

Apple Pie Trail 2022

Rainy Day in Grey

This region is beautiful in fall, no question. But on some days, Grey County can be a little too grey. So what to do on a rainy day in Grey? Consider this your insider’s guide to defeat the rainy day blues.

Rainy Day in Grey

Weekday Wanderings in Western Grey

Grab your scarves, curate a playlist and buckle in because tis’ the season for fall road trips around the county. Located in the southwestern corner of Grey, you’ll find a small trio of towns that offer quaint and unassuming shopping and dining options; Neustadt, Hanover and Durham.

Weekday Wanderings in Western Grey

Warm up with Fall Inspired Goodies

We are about to enter cozy season. This is a time to unpack your knitted toques, fuzzy blankets, and cinnamon spiced candles. It’s also the perfect time of year to visit your local café for homemade snacks and hot specialty beverages, both sure to warm you up on a chilly November day.

Warm up in Grey County with Fall Inspired Goodies

Staycation in Grey County and Save with the Ontario Tax Credit

With the Ontario Staycation Tax Credit, Ontarians can claim 20% of their eligible expenses for leisure stays at establishments including hotels, motels, cottages, campgrounds, lodges, resorts, and bed & breakfasts. 

Bed and Breakfast Rooms

Connecting, Exploring, and Loving the Blue Mountains

The leaves are falling and the patio days are limited, but these transitional weeks are some of the best to enjoy crisp walks and tasty treats. Whether that’s a tour to Craigleith for coffee, shopping and fondue or the Blue Mountain Village for bao, axe throwing and chocolate covered apples – sign me up for it all.

Connecting, Exploring, and Loving the Blue Mountains

Grey County Signature Festivals and Events are Back for 2022!

The time has finally come – beloved festivals and events are back for 2022! Some are coming back bigger and better with more excitement than ever, and there are even a couple new ones to watch for.

Blue Mountain Festivals


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