Top places to see fall foliage in Grey County
With fall coming, the foliage colour show in Grey County is about to begin! In this post we’re going to share some of our most favourite places in the area to enjoy the Canadian autumn to its fullest:
Grey Country Waterfalls
Grey County is home to 9 beautiful waterfalls, like Beaver Falls, which are all especially magical and less crowded in the fall. All of them are within reasonable driving distance from Freija and make for a nice day trip.
Kinghurst Forest Old Growth
Designated as an Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI), adjacent Kinghurst Forest is a special place that offers a rare glimpse into Ontario’s natural past. Tall old growth maple and other hardwood trees in Kinghurst put on a magnificent display every fall.
The Grotto is a scenic cave containing a pool of blue water, located on the Georgian Bay shoreline in Bruce Peninsula National Park, near Tobermory, Ontario. It is a very popular and busy location, especially during the peak season of July and August and on long weekends. At those times, the parking lot will fill up and you may not be able to access the trails. Fall means smaller crowds and more of the trails to yourself!