This summer, help us ask visitors to Rediscover Grey Responsibly. The Staff at Township of Chatsworth are offering these insider tips when you are recommending to visitors Rediscovering Chatsworth.
While Chatsworth does not have an official Visitor Centre, you can direct people to some of the local businesses to pick up brochures. Great Books & Cafe at the Williamsford Mill and The Falls Inn & Spa are two that regularly have copies of Grey County’s cycling and general maps. Make sure customers check their hours by calling ahead before they go and remind them that Walters Falls is only accessible to guests of the inn.
Your tourism business has the power to influence travel through your newsletters, blogs, social media posts and daily interactions with visitors to Grey County. Help us ask visitors to Rediscover Grey Responsibly by using this page of insider tips curated by Township of Chatsworth Staff. It's an easy way you can recommend safe experiences this summer that are also hidden gems and unique travel options beyond the mainstream for your customers.
Top Chatsworth Summer Outdoor Activities for 2021
Recommending outdoor adventures in Chatsworth is easy, but before they go, be sure to direct customers to Grey County’s Outdoor Activity Map, to check on parking and the most current information on what’s open, busy or closed.
Kinghurst Management Unit
This 114 hectare property maintained by Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority provides year round trail access through upland maple bush, bog and coniferous forest.
Lily Oak County Forest
One of Grey County's largest forests, Lily Oak consists of a mixture of hardwood and conifer plantations. Alongside the permitted uses of horseback riding, hunting, and fishing, this property features a logging trail, hiking trails and an old building foundation.
Harkaway County Forest
Amongst scattered plantations of hardwood, spruce, and pine, the Harkaway County Forest offers hiking trails and also permits ATV use, and is maintained by a local ATV Club.
Chatsworth’s Best Takeout Spots
With physical distancing in effect, if visitors are finding it hard to score a patio spot, The Township of Chatsworth Staff recommend you remind them of these spots to grab a meal to-go for alfresco dining or a summer picnic. Don’t forget that added reminder asking them to help keep Grey County clean by putting trash where it belongs!
Great Books & Café at Williamsford Mill
Tamara and Peter welcome visitors to Great Books & Café for homemade breakfast and brunch items. Features a beautiful outdoor patio with beautiful green spaces and one of Ontario’s oldest grist mills as their backdrop.
Willamsford Pie Company
Established in 2007, the Willamsford Pie Company is a destination spot for locals and visitors alike. Its cozy country atmosphere, homemade treats, pies, cakes, breads, soups, sandwiches, pizzas and more, create a warm, comfortable dine-in, or easy take-out experience for all.