Located on the fertile shores of Georgian Bay, Grey County is a hub of agri-culinary adventure, with cottage rentals scattered among the region’s scenic waterways.
Dotted with fruit orchards and vineyards and growing more apples than anywhere else in Ontario, Grey County is noted for its local food and wine scene. Visitors can try homegrown produce and locally-made honey, cheese, preserves, fudge, beer and award-winning wine (hint: check out Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery and Georgian Hills Vineyards).
Home to the Blue Mountains and located near Bruce Peninsula National Park, MacGregor Point Provincial Park and the Bruce Trail—which provides public access to the Niagara Escarpment UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve—Grey County lends itself perfectly to outdoor recreations. Grey is a preferred destination for anglers and water sport enthusiasts, who take to the waterways on boats, canoes, and kayaks, while sunbathers and swimmers enjoy nearby Sauble and Wasaga Beaches, the longest freshwater beaches in the world.
Blue Mountain Ski Resort is a family-friendly ski area that provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, tubing, and dogsledding. As a four-season recreational hot spot the resort features hiking, cycling, mountain biking, golfing, and horseback riding come summer.
Just a two hours’ drive northwest of Toronto, Grey County offers a mix of outdoor and cultural experiences making it a popular place to rent a cottage or ski chalet in Ontario.+ More