Farmers' markets across Grey are preparing to open for the 2018 season. With the exception of Owen Sound (which is open year-round) most markets will open in time for the Victoria Day weekend or shortly after, just in time for the first local harvests.
*NO WINTER ACCESS* The newest addition to the Waterfall Tour, Holstein Dam Falls flows over the dam from the mill pond on Norman Reeves Creek. The falls are located in Downtown Holstein in Holstein Jubilee Park. The Park has viewing areas for the waterfall, dam and mill pond. Facilities in the Park include picnic areas, a pavilion, a ball diamond, playground equipment and walking trails. The best view of the waterfalls is from just downstream of the falls at the entrance to the Park. You can also peer down on the waterfall from the old railway trail that runs along the top of the dam. You can look straight down at the falls from the old railway bridge. Horse & buggy rides by the local Mennonite farmers are available about a km. away. Buggy rides need to be booked in advance. Driving Directions: Take Hwy. 6 to Southgate Rd. 12 and follow the signs to Holstein. Go east for 3 km. Turn left into Holstein on Grey Rd. 109. Go ½ km. to the Holstein Park and turn right. The waterfall is on the left. From Hwy. 10 turn onto Main St. (Grey Rd. 9) to Dundalk. Go 33 km. and turn left onto Grey Rd. 109. Go 3 km. south on Grey Rd. 9 to Holstein Park and turn left into the Park. The waterfall is on the left.
Varney Conservation Area is a small roadside park located off of Hwy #6 just south of the Town of Durham. Good stopover for a picnic. Also features an old-fashioned swimming pond.
This forest property has a mix of hardwoods and conifer plantations, and may be enjoyed through several permitted uses on the property, including horseback riding, hiking, and hunting.
This forest property is an extensive natural area where the forest includes stands of sugar maple, pine, spruce, and cedar. Wetland communities add to the diversity, and Black Lake offers fishing for bass.