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.
The Sawmill Trail, which starts 1km east of Hepworth, is comprised of beginner to expert loops, well-groomed for both diagonal and skate skiing techniques. The Jackrabbit loop is illuminated for evening skiing. The trails are cut through rolling land, sheltered by hardwood and evergreen stands. There are gentle loops for beginners and challenging hills for the expert. This trail is used by clubs and schools for outings and races and also hosts a divisional race, the Suntrail Special.
The trailhead is located on Highway 6 between Shallow Lake and Hepworth, 44.628624° -81.115545°.
You may pay at Cash Boxes located at Trail Heads. You must sign a waiver or you are trespassing! Our day pass rates HAVE CHANGED. We now have a flat rate of $8 per day per person. Children 12 years of age or under are $2.
Enjoy a horse drawn sleigh or wagon ride through one of Georgian Bluffs' beautiful woodlotsduring winter, spring, summer or fall. Roast hot dogs or marshmallow over an open fire after a relaxing wagon ride throught the bush.
At Hollow Hills, we also take into consideration the riders and their guests. We offer a heated tack room, laundry room, viewing room and indoor bathroom.
Trails pass through a hardwood forest, a conifer plantation and along the edge of a hardwood swamp.