Chatsworth is a historical crossroads where two of Ontario's major routes (now known as highways 6 and 10) merge to the south of Owen Sound. We think of it as a springboard to many good things.

Local Gems

Restored Chatsworth Railway Arch made of local stone
Highway 10
Chatsworth, ON

The restoration of the railway arch involved a detailed reconstruction of the brick arch, using 38,000 bricks and traditional masonry techniques.

Family biking on rail trail
595 9th Avenue East
Owen Sound, ON N4K 3E3

This multi-use trail is 77 km and begins at East Bayshore Road in Owen Sound and provides good views of Georgian Bay as the trail climbs in elevation and follows a wide arc east of the city and runs parallel to Highway 6 to Chatworth.