If you’re new to exploring Grey County’s beautiful backroads, the Beaver Valley Fall Drive is a great introduction to the region’s autumn beauty.
Often called the 6th Great Lake, Georgian Bay touches Grey County’s shoreline from Colpoy’s Bay to the Town of the Blue Mountains and offers amazing opportunities for sailing, paddling, windsurfing, kiting and fishing. Add our inland streams and rivers and Grey County’s waterways are a huge draw for visitors. Learn more right here.
Grey County’s waterfall tour draws many visitors to the region in the spring and summer months, but winter is a unique and amazing time to visit 7 of our 10 waterfalls.
Where the water and rocks meet, feel the rush as the river flows over the escarpment's edge. Grey County, Ontario offers an abundance of waterfalls. So appealing that they merit their own tour, these special places are often just a short drive or hike from busy roads.
Lake Eugenia is Grey County's largest inland lake and provides excellent paddling. There are canoe, kayak & motorboat rentals available at Cedars of Lake Eugenia, and canoe rentals are included for guests renting cottages there. There is some great fishing within the lake!