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 forest features a good mix of plantations, hardwoods, and wetland areas. Permitted uses include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and snowmobiling (by permit), there are 2 kilometres of trails, groomed in the winter by local snowmobile clubs.
For a general overview of County Forests and applicable policies please visit: www.grey.ca/forests-trails
Four season gardens feature unique daylilies, bearded iris, peonies, hostas, clematis, trees and conifers. Watcs the transformation from blank canvas begin!
The majority of the forest is made up of conifer plantation, including pine, spruce, and eastern larch. The west side of the property is a wetland, and includes a stream. Permitted uses on the land include hunting, and fishing, but there are no
Wilmer Trout Ponds, also known as Ontario Fishing Ponds, is 1 KM. north of Durham, Fire# sign 313706. Look for PUBLIC FISHING SIGN.