This summer, help us ask visitors to Rediscover Grey Responsibly. The Staff at the Municipality of West Grey are offering these insider tips when you are recommending to visitors Rediscovering West Grey.
Contact their Visitor Centre
Municipal Office, 402813 Grey Road 4 RR2, Durham N0G1R0
Monday thru Friday, 10-4
(519) 369-2200 (M-F 8:30-4:30)
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 Municipality of West Grey 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 West Grey Outdoor Activities
Recommending outdoor adventures in West Grey 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.
Explore Our Conservation Areas
Check out the beauty that West Grey has to offer in one of the SVCA conservation areas! Maybe even go for a dip in the mighty Saugeen river in the middle reservoir.
Take a dip in the pool!
West Grey’s wading pool operates all summer long and is open for free to the public! Find public swim schedules here.
Reconnect with Nature in Our Parks
Take in one of West Grey’s beautiful parks for a walk, hike, picnic, or spending the day with your family! Our parks are full of different amenities including playgrounds, walking paths, and various sports fields. Find the park that best suits you here.
Grab some Takeout
Check out the local eats! Many restaurants and even food trucks are open across West Grey.
Take an Art Walk
Local art is everywhere in West Grey! While taking in the local shops and hotspots Downtown Durham keep your eyes open for the various murals scattered throughout. Feel free to pop by the Durham Art Gallery and take in the outside art installations or even the interactive exhibit set to launch mid-late summer.
Heritage Walkway Bridge
Take a trip down memory lane and stroll across the Heritage walking bridge. This bridge spans the mighty Saugeen River and follows the path of the rail lines that ran through Durham many years ago.