Fall fairs are ingrained in Grey County's history. Most still celebrate the season the way it has been done for well over a century in rural Ontario, with livestock and trained animal shows; bake-offs; fruit, vegetable, flower and preserve contests; parades; quilt and art shows; farm equipment displays; BBQ dinners and live entertainment.
This is a unique area. In a short time period you can be standing on the brow of the Niagara Escarpment and looking down on the backs of turkey vultures as they soar on air currents above the marsh. Next, you can be searching the quiet waters of the marsh for amazing aquatic creatures, such as Water Boatmen, Giant Water Bugs and Caddisfly larvae. There is 11.9 km of trails, boardwalks with interpretive signs, a viewing tower and access to the Bruce Trail. In the winter, dig out your snowshoes and explore Bognor!
This amazing charter excursion takes you up the Bruce Peninsula, over some of Grey County's waterfalls, across Manitoulin Island to Killarney, for an amazing fish and chips lunch!
Although this waterfall is on private property, there is a viewing platform where Walter's Creek plunges 14 metres in the heart of the village.
This spectacular lookout, just west of Walters Falls on the 2nd Concession, has a view facing north over Georgian Bay over a valley below of farmers fields, marsh and rolling hills.