Located at the foot of the Bruce Peninsula with easy access to HWY's 6, 26, 10, and 21, on the south side of Georgian Bay is where you will find Owen Sound.
With boating and fishing available on the bay, and access thousands of kilometres of snowmobile trails, cross-country skiing areas, downhill ski clubs, hiking trails and great cycling roads Owen Sound is a great place for people who love the outdoors to call home.
Known as the Scenic City, surrounded with natural attractions like Inglis Falls, Harrison Park, Kelso Beach Park and several conservation areas around it's easy to see what's to love about Owen Sound.
Fun Fact: Billy Bishop, the namesake of several airports and other landmarks around the province as well as being a World War fighter ace, and recipient of the Victoria cross, was born in Owen Sound.
Located on Highway 26 between Owen Sound and Collingwood along the south shore of Georgian Bay is the communities of Meaford, and The Blue Mountains.
Out door living and natural views makes Meaford and the Blue Mountains easy to fall in love with.
Being so close to Owen Sound and Collingwood everything you need is close by but far enough to avoid the chaos of the city in your every day life.
People all over Southern Ontario are starting to discover the secret gem that is Meaford and The Blue Mountains
Fun Fact: Every fall Meaford gets invaded.... with scarecrows. The annual Meaford Scarecrow Invasion is put on by hundreds of local volunteers in the community who decorate the town with hundreds of scarecrows. It is a sight that's worth seeing.
Covering 4513.5 Square km and hosting a population of less than 100 000 people, Grey County is country living in it's purest form.
Including the City of Owen Sound, Municipalities of West Grey, Meaford, Grey Highlands, Townships of Georgian bluffs, Southgate, Chatsworth, and the Towns of Hanover and the Blue Mountains; Grey county is a great area for people to enjoy some peace and quiet.
When you're visiting any part of Grey county you'll come across a true sense of community, a laid back lifestyle, and some of the nicest people you'll ever meet.
Fun Fact: Dundalk, located along HWY 10 at the southern end of Grey County, has the highest elevation of any populated place in Southern Ontario