Situated in the very tiny Village of Eugenia, Eugenia Falls Conservation Area encompasses 23 hectares of Niagara Escarpment, river valley and upland forests. A part of the Grey County Waterfalls Tour. The all-season trail winds along the edge of 'Cuckoo Valley' with excellent views of the 30m high waterfall and loops past a Centotaph memorial and picnic shelter. *NO WINTER ACCESS* Parking fees apply. Be sure to visit other waterfalls in Grey County, www.visitgrey.ca/waterfalls
One of Grey County's best kept secrets. Experience Hogg's Falls in the summer or during the winter months by snowshoe.
Colour all year - early spring bulbs; water features, perennials, some unusual plants,; farm location.
Located between Eugenia and Kimberley, on the south side of the Beaver Valley, this pull-in rest stop has seasonal washrooms, picnic tables and a partial view of the valley below. It can be accessed off Grey Road 13 on the west side of the road.