Perhaps you've noticed a bright green and white sign at some of your favourite restaurants, stores or farmers' market stalls. Maybe you've wondered what it is all about. Food, yes... but what else? Made in Grey is more than just food, it’s a community!
With fall upon us and the cooler weather setting in, finding a warm and cozy location where you can relax is the perfect way to spend a day. Grey County isn’t short on places to get your relaxation on.
The general store was once the original big box retailer. In Grey County, the general store culture is still thriving today. They have reinvented themselves to be everything a modern retailer cannot be, which makes them so much fun, and delicious.
Located along the southern shore of the Georgian Bay, Grey County has established a solid reputation for the quality of the area’s cycling opportunities and its tasty liquid refreshments, aka beer, wine & cider.
There's a lot of hype surrounding ‘mindfulness’ these days—and for good reason with the hustle and bustled of our quick-paced lives. Grey County provides an awe-inspiring array of rich colours, sounds, smells and textures throughout the four seasons to practice mindfulness.
As the temperatures start to cool and Grey County’s canvas begins to display vibrant reds, oranges, yellows and purples, it is the perfect time to tour studios of the talented artists who call this area home.
In Grey County, gravel roads are a part of life; we live on them, commute on them and spend much of the winter sliding around on them. So it’s surprising when we hear some people are wary of the road less paved. But the thing is, if you want to avoid the crowds, experience incredible scenery and find those ‘secret spots’ you simply need to get off the asphalt. Don’t be afraid to turn off your GPS, fold up your map and go where your whimsy takes you. Here are a couple of our favourite gravel roads for taking in the best of the fall colours: without the crowds.