This fascinating trail tells stories of local history, tourism, agriculture, family traditions and heritage.
This multi-use trail is 77 km and begins at East Bayshore Road in Owen Sound and provides good views of Georgian Bay as the trail climbs in elevation and follows a wide arc east of the city and runs parallel to Highway 6 to Chatsworth. The trail surface is stone dusted from Owen Sound to Berkeley and then turns to coarse gravel from Berkeley to Dundalk. The portion from Berkeley to Dundalk is a rougher trail and allows for ATV use, and would best be suited for mountain bikes only. It is a part of the Grey County Cycling Brochure. www.visitgrey.ca/travel-tools/guides-brochures
Boat lauch facilities, daily passes, season passes and overnight docking.
The Tom Thomson Trail is a non-motorized, multi-use (biking, hiking and horseback riding), 3-season (spring through fall) trail between Owen Sound and Meaford.
Top Calibre Junior A and Junior B hockey action, Owen Sound Attack, The Greys. Also has other sports such as Lacrosse with the Flying Dutchman Junior B Lacrosse Team.