Grey County is about 2 hours northwest of Toronto and includes some of teh best ski slopes in the province, but therea re plenty of other surprises in store for those who visit the area. Much more than just a 4-season outdoor playground for Toronto escapees, this region is fast becoming a popular destination for foodies, spa-seekers and nature lovers, and even wine enthusiasts, thanks to an emerging wine region in the Southern Georgian Bay area. Here are a few recommendations for accommodations that reflect these grownup tastes.
"Long before Gord Downie made “road apples” famous, apple farmers in southwestern Ontario’s Grey County grew an idea that’s become a national celebration. All those apple blossoms have flowered into the newest, tastiest booze trend around these days: hard cider."
Jane and photographer husband Henk recently wandered Grey County backroads taking in the fall splendor through the camera lens. Take in their visuals and hear what they have to say about Grey County during the autumn season.
Lisa Jackson, Eat Drink Travel Magazine Lisa took in the autumn colours, local harvest and fall menus at local eateries in Grey County mid September and has developed a story based on her experiences and the flavours had in the region.
Leigh recommends the Grey and Simcoe regions as a fantastic place to ride, whether you enjoy leisure rides including stops along the way, offroad adventures, including Blue Mountain or some of the rural roads within Grey County, the routes have much to offer.
Ayngelina Brogan, Huffington Post After reading Ayngelina's 'Girls' Getaway' recommendations you will want to gather your lady friends and mark a date on the calendar to unwind and dine in Grey County!
This is a great visual display of Ontario based waterfalls. Two of Grey County's waterfalls were featured, Indian Falls and Inglis Falls. Take the slideshow and plan yourself an Ontario based waterfalls escape this summer.