The property features a mix of conifer plantations, hardwood lands, and wetland areas.  There are no formally established trails, hunting and fishing are permitted uses on the property.

For a general overview of County Forests and applicable policies please visit: www.grey.ca/forests-trails

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Restored Chatsworth Railway Arch made of local stone

Circa 1850, three young stonemasons set sail from Aberdeen, Scotland to North America. They represented only a fraction of the nearly one million Scottish emigrants that crossed the ocean that century.

This forest property falls north and south of Grey Sauble Conservation Authority property.  Both sides are fully forested, and contain cedar and pine plantations, hardwoods, as well as wetland areas.

Historic ruins of an old sawmill complex, including a dam, mill race and buildings; fish sanctuary; picnic tables, parking area and privies.

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