This summer, help us ask visitors to Rediscover Grey Responsibly. The Staff at Grey Highlands are offering these insider tips when you are recommending to visitors Rediscovering Grey Highlands.
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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 Grey Highlands 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.
- Visit Grey Sauble Conservation’s Eugenia Falls (located on Grey County Road 13). Please note, there is a fee to park and access the Falls.
- Treat your pooch to a new leash from Barkhouse Pet (located at 194418 Grey County Road 13) or pick up a snack at the Eugenia Emporium or Top of the Rock before heading to Hoggs Falls (located at 170566 Lower Valley Road).
- Pack a picnic and head to the pavilion at Vandeleur Park (located on Grey Road 32, about 11 minutes north of Eugenia); then hit the Bruce Trail at Graham’s Hill.
- There’s nothing better than a visit to the Feversham Gorge on a hot summer day (located just west of Feversham on Grey County Road 2). The Beaver River is relatively shallow along this section of the gorge, with several inviting pools and bubbling rapids along its course.
- If you have kids with you (or if you are just a kid at heart), enjoy a swing at Feversham Park (located at Wellington Street).
- Try your luck fishing at Flesherton Pond (the pond is stocked annually). Please note that a fishing licence is required except on Father’s Day Weekend and Family Fishing Week (July 3 to 11); visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/licence-free-family-fishing for more information.
- Take a selfie at the MADD wall outside Arts on Ten in Flesherton (located at 20 Sydenham Street).
- Monkey around at the Memorial Park Playground (located at 40 Sydenham Street).
- Visit downtown Flesherton and indulge in treats galore from Highlands Grounds or The Bakery, then stretch your legs on the Flesherton Hills Trail, a 1.6 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail (located behind MacPhail Elementary School at 49 Campbell Street).
- Check out the trails of the Kimberley Forest (175250 Grey County Road 30).
- Visit the Epping Lookout (located at 196241 Grey Road 7).
- Cool off with a treat from the Kimberley General Store or a meal at the new Heart’s Restaurant.
- Grab lunch in downtown Markdale and eat it in The SQUA[re].
- Take a selfie with the mural outside Fire & Ice.
- Take a stroll through Rotary Park (located on Grey Road 12 West).
- Get your alpaca fix at Kickin' Back Alpaca Ranch (located at 734762 West Back Line).
- Play a round at the Markdale Golf and Curling Club (located at 85 Edith Avenue).
- Enjoy the quiet calm at Maxwell Park (located on Grey Road 2 South)
- Fire up with BBQ with some choice meats from Maxwell Meats (located on Grey Road 4).
- Take a selfie with the Priceville entrance sign.
- Let your inner kid play at the Priceville Kinsmen Park (located on Artemesia Street, south off Grey Road 4).
- For a quick snack to go, check out the Priceville General Store. It’s a great place to get baked goods, local meat, cheese and preserves as well as gift items.
- Take a swing at the Highlands Glen Golf Club (located at 305508 Southline)
- Grab an ice cream from the Rocklyn Inn B&B and Ice Cream Shop or Rocklyn General Store (both are awesome)!
- The four-corners in Rocklyn are anchored by the Rocklyn Arena and Community Hall (home of the Rocklyn Fall Fair). This charming hamlet offers a wonderful array of heritage homes and traditional agricultural farming practices that are indicative of rural Ontario life from years gone by.