One of the fastest growing winter sports, snowshoeing offers a great way to explore the forest during the winter months. Snowshoe to one of Grey County’s 7 winter waterfalls, take in the views from atop the Niagara Escarpment or explore a winter winery. Learn more in our Snowshoeing 101.
Start planning fun and adventure with one of our signature guided excursions. Sip and savour at local vineyards, breweries and cideries. Join us for Niagara Escarpment Guided Hike, see local waterfalls and more. Or create your own customized experience, we'll do the planning and driving, while you relax and enjoy.
Allan Park has over 15 kms of trails within a Saugeen Conservation Authority managed forest. The trail system has been designed to cater to a wide range of nature lovers. The trails are suitable for beginner, intermediate, experienced and advanced users, reflecting specific levels of difficulty for both hiking and cross-country skiing purposes.
At Last Adventures provides opportunities for clients to develop new skills, gain personal insight and build confidence in themselves. It is our vision to become recognized as a leader in the adventure tourism industry and to be the first choice for adventure in the Bruce Grey and surrounding area.
BE SAFE. BE KIND. HAVE FUN. Blue Mountain continues to prioritize your safety as they work to keep the Resort open for fun, outdoor activities. Guests can expect to see some changes as they navigate the Resort this winter 2020/21. Some operations have changed to prioritize physical distance, increased sanitization, and reducing the number of touch points.
Clendenan Dam provides a great place to go fishing and hike a short trail on the south side of the dam. (as per the Provincial fishing regulations). Firemans' Park is located just around the corner where you will find picnic tables and a washroom.
Enjoy the autumn colours with us!! Meet us at Metcalfe Rock for a half day of rock climbing or a half day of caving. Both tours are guided and we provide all equipment. Or come over to the Beaver River and enjoy a 1, 2 or 5 hour paddle down the river. You can choose from going with a guide or going on your own.
The Georgian Trail is an easy long-distance, non-motorized trail featuring beautiful scenery, trestle bridges, nearby parklands, campgrounds, marinas and dining facilities. Sandy beaches, such as Christie and Northwinds, are easily reached from the trail. There are 30 access points and parking is available throughout Collingwood, Thornbury and Meaford as well as at various roads in between.
This multi-use trail is 77 km and begins at East Bayshore Road in Owen Sound and provides good views of Georgian Bay as the trail climbs in elevation and follows a wide arc east of the city and runs parallel to Highway 6 to Chatsworth.
This forest features a multi-use trail system with four main loops. The Bruce Trail crosses the northern portion of the property, and is designated as hiking only. Other permitted activities on the property include cycling, and seasonally, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling (by permit).
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. About 6 kilometres of trails groomed by a local snowmobile club. Other uses of trails include riding, hiking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding.
This forest features a good mix of plantations, hardwoods, and wetland areas. Permitted uses include cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and snowmobiling (by permit), there are 2 kilometres of trails, groomed in the winter by local snowmobile clubs.
A one kilometre trail is groomed for snowmobiling by the Klondyke Snowmobile Club, and connects to the other trails on the north and south sides of the property. Permitted activities include cross country skiing, hunting, snowmobiling (by permit), snowshoeing (off the ski tracks), cycling, and hiking. Seven kilometres of cross country ski trails are groomed and a track is set annually by the
Lily Oak is one of Grey County's largest forests, consisting of a mixture of hardwood and conifer plantations. Alongside the permitted uses of cross country skiing, horseback riding, snowshoeing, hunting, and fishing, this property features a 2.2 kilometres of a logging trail, 9 kilometres of marked hiking trails and an old building foundation.
Trails pass through a hardwood forest, a conifer plantation and along the edge of a hardwood swamp. In the gently rolling terrain, summer visitors can see many limestone-loving fern species. Three kilometres of snowmobile trail are groomed by a local snowmobile club, and suitable for mountain biking. Permitted forest trail activities include hiking, biking, hunting, and snowmobiling.
This trail is accessed from the Georgian Trail, which runs between Meaford and Collingwood. Within the County property, the trail traverses a forest of lowland hardwoods and a conifer plantation. The kilometre-long trail is suitable for skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, and running, with a beautiful lookout point and views.
This property is part of the Massie Ski Hills Area, which is mostly monitored by the Grey Sauble Conservation authority. Permitted uses on this property include horseback riding, cycling, hiking, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing (off the ski tracks). Cross country skiing trails intersect the Bruce Trail, and are maintained by the Owen Sound Ski Club.
0.5 kilometres of trails traverse a hard-maple bush, and are part of a groomed snowmobile trail, maintained by a local snowmobile club. Permitted forest trail activities include snowmobiling, and hunting.
Harrison Park, Owen Sound's "Jewel in the Crown," straddles the scenic Sydenham River and features beautiful landscapes, century-old trees, hiking trails, walking paths, boat rentals, mini-putt, a bird sanctuary and campground. There's a licensed restaurant; the Harrison Park Inn, on site. Watch Chinook Salmon migrating up the Sydenham River, though the park, in fall.
The fall colours bring the waterfalls in Grey County to life. Take a photo with the vibrant red & golds at Hogg's Falls and hike the connecting Bruce Trail. Be sure to obtain a copy of the waterfalls tour map to take in other great waterfalls in the area.
NOTICE: Inglis Falls is experiencing high interest and traffic. It may be difficult to maintain physical distancing on areas of the trail. If the parking lot is full, do NOT park on the road and walk in.
This 141 hectare forest is owned by Saugeen Conservation and is a very popular spot year-round. The most popular reason for its attraction is the 4.6 km trail system present on the property. see also www.brucegreytrails.com
NOTICE: Kolapore Uplands is experiencing high interest and traffic. It may be difficult to maintain physical distancing on areas of the trail. If the parking lot is full, do NOT park on the road and walk in.