Bordering iconic Georgian Bay, Grey is an ideal spring playground with great outdoors, cultural offerings and attractions alike. Plan your getaway to this spring haven and home to Ontario’s most scenic hiking routes on the Bruce Trail, routes that include conservation lands, communities and natural forests.
Add a bit of a challenge to your hike by exploring the caves spread throughout the area or book a rock climbing adventure with a local company. Revel in the panoramic view from the suspension bridge or zipline down the escarpment at Scenic Caves Nature Adventures.
Cycle back roads or tour Flesherton, the Walking Village, following mapped walking routes through its shops, streets lined with historic homes, a 100 hectare tract and conservation area. At Craigleith Provincial Park, millions of years of history are locked into the flat shale shoreline in the invertebrate fossils imbedded in the rock.
Food and drink are also part of popular Grey! For a unique farm gate touring experience in Holstein, follow the Horse & Buggy Trail by buggy or car (note that many of the operators along this trail are closed on Sunday). The Apple Pie Trail’s culinary adventures and delectable apple treats change up with the seasons, tasty reasons for return visits! Two thriving and award-winning vineyards, Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery and Georgian Hills Vineyards, are open to visitors. The historic Neustadt Springs Brewery offers weekend tours starting in May while appointments are required to tour MacLean's Ales near Durham.
Tee off at Cobble Beach Golf Resort, absorb history at the Grey Roots Museum & Archives, the Meaford Museum, or take in a live performance at the Roxy Theatre. And renowned Blue Mountain Village really does have something for everyone – shopping, restaurants, events, attractions and a vibrant nightlife!
Stay, play, shop and dine - start packing and make Grey your getaway this spring!
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