The Greenbelt and partners across Ontario have created five self-guided Brewery Discovery Routes: complete itineraries for folks looking to get out and explore breweries, cideries, Feast On restaurants, and local attractions.
Linking communities together, trails offer an amazing opportunity to get outside. Whether you’re out for a hike, walking the dog, cycling or skiing, Grey County has a trail for you. With an extensive network of community trails, trails on local Conservation lands and the Bruce Trail running through the region, it's time to get out and get active.
Cross-country skiing is one of winter’s most versatile sports.
When the snow covers the ground in Grey County, hikers and walkers kick off their runners and strap on their snowshoes.
Hiking is a great way to experience the outdoors in Grey County. Leave the traffic behind and take advantage of our ever-expanding trail network. From the Bruce Trail to Grey County Forests, Conservation Lands and a wide variety of community trails, there’s something for everyone.