Santa Claus is comin' to town...or at least a town near you in Grey County! The holiday seasons brings us many parades and celebrations for the little ones to visit the man in red, and share their Christmas wish lists.
Looking for detailed visitor information while you’re here? Come to Grey County’s main visitor services desk at Grey Roots Museum and Archives, or visit any one of several staffed and un-staffed information stations (RTMP visitor info brochure racks) located all around the county.
What a location! The distinctive architecture of the Best Western Inn on the Bay offers a view of Georgian Bay from many of our 100 guest rooms, suites, meeting rooms, Bishop's Landing Restaurant & Lounge and the Spa. Modern accommodations plus relaxing surroundings provide a feeling of comfort to all guests at your home away from home. Snowmobile Friendly, located close to trails.
Welcome to the NEW Activity Central - your one-stop action shop for endless recreation in the Blue Mountain region. Recreation is our specialty and we have something to suit everyone - from serene to extreme! Try the new Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, snowshoeing along the escarpment, tobogganing with the family or go for speed on a snowmobile tour.
The Blue Mountains Chamber of Commerce strives to be the recognized voice of Business working together to advance the Commercial, Social and Economic Interest of the Community.
*27 transient sites. We are a 3-season family campground that provides a relaxing & enjoyable atmosphere. To enjoy a weekend or the entire camping season, we are located 15 min. North of Hanover & 2 km East of Chesley along North Saugeen River.
A museum, housed in a former railway station built in the 1870s, that traces local history from the very distant to the much more recent past.
It is also a branch of the The Blue Mountains Public Library.
Along with museum and library services, the Craigleith Heritage Depot offers tourism information as well as a research center.
*14 pull thru, and - transient sites. Craigleith has 157 campsites, some of which have electrical service. All sites have a fireplace and picnic table and are close to comfort stations. The shower building next to the children's adventure playground is easily accessible to all campsites.
Founded in 1979, the Durham Art Gallery is a non-profit, charitable arts organization operating out of its purpose-built facility in the municipality of West Grey. The Gallery's mission is to entertain, educate and delight its audience through exposure to the full range of contemporary art being practiced in Canada.
The Owen Sound Marina is a floating community of 400 slips accommodating vessels up to 65' in length with visiting dockage available throughout the season. Complete Dockage. Indoor Heated & Outside Storage. Washrooms, Showers & Laundry. Covered Patio, Well Stocked Chandlery, Charts. Gas. Diesel. Pump-Out. Service & Parts.
The Grey Highlands Chamber of Commerce is an organization designed to promote and improve trade and commerce, and the economic, civic and social welfare of the Municipality of Grey Highlands.The goal of the Grey Highlands Chamber is to have all local businesses and interested parties participate in the growth of our municipality and to remain prosperous.The Grey Highlands Chamber of Commerce se
Grey Roots engages and educates our communities in the human history of the County of Grey by preserving and sharing collections, stories and memories.
The Hanover and District Chamber of Commerce actively supports, promotes and represents the commercial, industrial and service industries of Hanover and surrounding district.Note: Tourist Information for the Town of Hanover is located at the Hanover Public Library451 - 10th Avenue, Hanover, ON N4N 2P1 519-364-1420
Ice skating, hockey and swimming are available. Meeting room rentals are also available. There are special programs/schedules on PA Days, Christmas Break & March Break so please call ahead for information: 519-364-2310.
The indoor walking track is also open from 6:00am - 10:00pm daily (subject to seasons) - admission by donation.
The place to be, a welcoming community hub with resources you can enjoy, including WiFi, Internet computers, books, magazines and newspapers, and comfortable seating. We have local and regional Tourist Information, including accommodation, places to see and local history. Come and enjoy our cool or cosy atmosphere, whatever the weather!
Located in the heart of the Park....all year round! Where Great food comes Naturally! Enjoy beautiful scenic views from our outdoor patio or from our solarium window inside.
Top Calibre Junior A and Junior B hockey action, Owen Sound Attack, The Greys. Also has other sports such as Lacrosse with the Flying Dutchman Junior B Lacrosse Team.
Located in the centre of the Heritage Place Shopping Centre
Situated in the heart of the 200-hectare Inglis Falls Conservation Area, Inglis Falls is an 18 metre high cascade, created by the Sydenham River meeting the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. The erosive power of the water has carved a deep gorge at the base of the falls. On a clear day you can see down the valley into the City of Owen Sound and out to the Owen Sound harbour.
This multi-purpose, fully accessible recreation destination has altered the culture of fitness and recreation across Grey and Bruce Counties. The dream became reality when the City and Family Y forged a new partnership toward the creation of this facility and the Federal and Provincial governments made funding commitments along with over 800 generous donors from this community.
Beautifully restored and renovated, Meaford Hall is a stone's throw from Georgian Bay and adjacent to all amenities in an area well-known for its year-round attractions. As a four season venue, Meaford Hall plays host to a wide variety of live entertainment, gallery exhibitions, films, events, meetings and social gatherings both corporate and community driven.
Meaford has a robust and unique history that transcends it's borders and delights all those who visit to learn about it.Our interactive exhibit rooms will surprise and delight you. Marvel at the Man with the Iron Hands, be drawn into the story of Beautiful Joe, learn about the area which inspired John Muir to become an internationally renowned environmentalist and much more.
Visitor Information services as well as community and general information. The Visitor Information Centre is housed in Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre and is open 7 days a week from 9 to 4:30 except Sundays when we open at 10 am. Open on holidays from Victoria Day in May to Thanksgiving weekend.
1. The reservation season will begin Monday Feb 2. Any reservation received before this time will NOT be considered until the end of the first day of reservations
2. From June 26 to September 4, sites 1-30 (lower sites) have a 1 week minimum, 2 week maximum stay, arriving on Friday and departing Friday.
Go to website for complete booking details and site amenities.
The Owen Sound & District Chamber of Commerce has been committed to enhancing the economic prosperity and quality of life in Owen Sound & District since 1864.
The Owen Sound Visitor Centre on the harbour can help with all your travel needs in Owen Sound and area, and carries the greatest selection of Owen Sound swag around! We're located in a vintage railway station on the waterfront, home of the Community Waterfront Heritage Centre as well, with a tug, caboose and train on site.
135 spacious and clean serviced (30amp)and natural sites, with something for everyone!! Take a leisurely walk along the river and groomed walking paths, or if you prefer more activity, may we suggest an enjoyable swim or "Tube run" in the pristine waters of the Saugeen River, followed by one of our many scheduled events for the entire family.
Saugeen Springs R.V. Park offers 2 quaint cottages overlooking the beautiful Saugeen River, as well as a trailer and Park Unit featuring spectacular sunsets. Supplied with our rental units are all your kitchen needs, picnic table and campfire pit. All you need to bring is your bed linens, towels and a good book or your favorite fishing pole. 200 acres of elbow room just waiting for you!
If you are heading out to the Beaver Valley for a scenic fall coulour tour or catching the Autumn Leaves Studio Tour, be sure to stop into the museum for your trail guides and directions to the best lookout points.
The Springmount Information/OSTC Centre is one of the largest information centres in Grey-Bruce, providing information for the local area and all of Ontario. The Centre is attached to the Jones Falls, Pottawatomi Conservation Area parking lot directly off Highway 6.
Sulphur Spring Conservation Area offers over 5 km of scenic trails, great for hiking, snowshoeing or skiing. Of significant interest for this location is the Sulphur Spring Trail.
The Leonard E. Shore Memorial Library opened its doors on Dec. 2, 1995, replacing the Thornbury Public Library and the Township of Collingwood Public Library. The library is all on a single floor, focusing on a central garden courtyard. The high-arched ceilings and many windows contribute to a feeling of space and the corner fireplace creates a cozy place to curl up with a good book.
Tourism is a growth industry in Owen Sound. We offer beaches along the Georgian Bay coastline and magnificent scenery along the Niagara Escarpment. There is heritage character in the City as well as in surrounding towns and villages and the four-season Blue Mountain Resort. Welcome to Owen Sound.
There’s always something going on at the TOM!
Essentially a rural community, the Township of Chatsworth takes its flavour from the farmlands and forests surrounding it. We welcome visitors to stop and visit as you drive through central Grey County.
The Townships of Derby, Keppel and Sarawak amalgamated on the 1st day of January 2001 to become the Township of Georgian Bluffs. The township is located in the north west part of the County of Grey and has a population base of approximately 10,500.
Visit the Dundalk Fair & Step Dance Competition. See the fall colours at the Holstein Dam, mill pond and park. Have a ride in a horse and buggy with your Mennonite guide to see the fall colours in the maple sugarbush in the back 40.
To promote and improve trade and commerce and the economic and social welfare within the Municipality of West Grey and District. The West Grey Chamber of Commerce is a member of both the Ontario and Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Located in The