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

Circa 1850, three young stonemasons set sail from Aberdeen, Scotland to North America. They represented only a fraction of the nearly one million Scottish emigrants that crossed the ocean that century. Yet William Henderson, John Forbes and William Henry left an indelible mark on Grey County and were counted among some its earliest European settlers.

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 Chatsworth.