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This forest includes a conifer plantation and naturally mixed hardwoods with wetland areas. An established snowmobile and ATV trail runs along the west side of the property, on an unopened road allowance. Hunting is permitted in the forest, but there are no established or signed trails within the forest boundaries.
For a general overview of County Forests and applicable policies please visit: www.grey.ca/forests-trails
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.
Both hardwoods and conifer stands are present in this forest property, as well as a wetland feature with cedar and red maples. There are no formally established trails, permitted uses include hunting.
The Kimberley Forest is located in southern Ontario’s Beaver Valley, at the southern tip of Georgian Bay. The Beaver River flows north across the base of the forest and through the valley, emptying into Georgian Bay in the town of Thornbury.