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.
Dramatic views in all directions where you can see from Georgian Bay to the heart of the Beaver Valley with the Niagara Escarpment and Blue Mountains visible in the distance. Historical plaque dedicated to American naturalist John Muir; picnic shelter, privies, parking area can accommodate buses.
Parking is available at Access Point 2. This can be the takeout point for a paddle from Kimberly to Epping or the put in point for the Epping to Heathcote paddle. The Epping to Heathcote paddle is 5 kilometres long and takes about 2 hours.
This Access Point has parking and can be the takeout point for the Epping to Heathcote paddle or the launch for the 1 hour/3 kilometre paddle from Heathcote to Slabtown. Small rapids and eddies may be encountered in this section.
Parking is available at Access Point 1. The paddle from Access Point 1 to Access Point 2 takes you from Kimberley to Epping. This 10 kilometre stretch takes about 2 to 3 hours to paddle. This stretch of the river is rugged and scenic.