Waterfalls And Wonders Map
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Episode: 10017 "WATERFALLS and WONDERS" Travel Planner
The episode title says it all as we discover waterfalls, natural and man-made wonders from around Ontario and incredible beauty from the overlooks of 300 foot cliffs, hiking trails, garden pathways, museums and golf courses.
We have collected information and web links related to the area and combined them here with photos we took and video clips from the show in what we hope will be a helpful guide as you plan your trip. Feel free to select only one or two activities per day according to your family’s interests. For assistance or for more information, call Grey County Tourism @ 1 (877) SEE-GREY Have fun!
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June 2012
Cobble Beach Indian Falls Grey Roots Museum Morland Place Inglis Falls Eugenia Falls
» Cobble Beach
(65 photos)
» Indian Falls
(19 photos)
» Grey Roots Museum
(14 photos)
» Morland Place
(41 photos)
» Inglis Falls
(24 photos)
» Eugenia Falls
(20 photos)
Hoggs Falls Bognor Marsh The Falls Inn      
» Hoggs Falls
(8 photos)
» Bognor Marsh
(23 photos)
» The Falls Inn
(31 photos)
     
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Waterfall INDIAN FALLS
Indian Falls Description Directions: Follow the scenic Georgian Bay Route from 2nd Avenue West to Grey Road 1. Look for Conservation Area sign directing you west to parking area.
GPS Location of Falls: 44.621179, -80.954660
Description The main natural feature of this site is the horseshoe shaped waterfall, named after the Nawash Indian tribe who lived in this area at one time. The 15 metre high waterfall was formed by the erosion of soft Queenston shale beneath hard Manitoulin dolomite, in a manner similar to Niagara Falls.
Links » Grey County Waterfall Tour (includes map) [Grey County]
» Indian Falls Conservation Area [Grey Sauble Conservation]

Waterfall EUGENIA FALLS
Eugenia Falls
Description Directions: Follow County Road 40 east to County Road 7 south, through Fairmount and Epping, into the Beaver Valley. Catch County Road 13 south to Eugenia. The entrance to Eugenia Falls is diagonally across from Eugenia Falls Emporium.
GPS Location of Falls: 44.31326,-80.52659
Description Situated in the very tiny village of Eugenia, Eugenia Falls Conservation Area encompasses 23 hectares of Niagara Escarpment, river valley and upland forests. The site features hiking trails, a picnic pavilion, privies and a war memorial, as well as the 30 metre tall waterfall.
Links » Grey County Waterfall Tour (includes map) [Grey County]
» Eugenia Falls Conservation Area [Grey Sauble Conservation]
» Eugenia Falls Emporium

Marsh BOGNOR MARSH
Bognor Marsh Description Location: Southeast of Owen Sound
Access: from Grey County Road 18, east of Highways 6 & 10
Description This is a unique area. In a short time period you can be standing on the brow of the Niagara Escarpment and looking down on the backs of turkey vultures as they soar on air currents above the marsh. Next, you can be searching the quiet waters of the marsh for amazing aquatic creatures, such as Water Boatmen, Giant Water Bugs and Caddisfly larvae.
Links » Bognor Marsh Management Area [Grey County]
» Bognor Marsh Management Area [Grey Sauble Conservation]

Waterfall HOGGS FALLS
Hoggs Falls Description Directions: Take Highway 4 west to the East Back Line north. Turn east on Lower Valley Road. Watch carefully; the only entrance markings are two yellow posts on the north side of the road. Look for the sign displaying the parking lot area.
GPS Location of Falls: 44.2868, -80.5441
Description Considered one of Grey County's best-kept secrets, Hoggs Falls are tucked away a mere two-minute walk from the Lower Valley Road near Flesherton. Named for William Hogg, the waters of the Boyne River tumble seven metres in this woodland setting.
Links » Grey County Waterfall Tour (includes map) [Grey County]

Golf COBBLE BEACH GOLF RESORT
Cobble Beach Description Location: 221 McLeese Drive - Kemble, ON
Description A 574-acre emerald of green set against waters of perfect blue, Cobble Beach is your gateway to the Georgian Bay experience. With its Nantucket-style Clubhouse, 10-room boutique style Inn, award- winning golf course, luxurious Spa and full meeting facilities, Cobble Beach can offer you an experience like no other.
Links » Cobble Beach Golf Resort

Waterfall INGLIS FALLS
Cobble Beach Description Directions: From Springmount, follow County Road 18 south, continue on County Road 18 east, past Grey Roots. From Grey Road 18 turn left onto Inglis Falls Road, signage will direct you to the entrance of the Inglis Falls Conservation Area.
GPS Location of Falls: 44.5264, -80.9341
Description Like many falls in one, the Sydenham River cascades over limestone shelves of an 18-metre cliff that is part of the Niagara Escarpment in the southeastern part of Owen Sound. Viewed from any angle, Inglis Falls gives a panorama of rock, water and ruralscapes that are truly spectacular in any season. Remnants of a nineteenth-century gristmill are reminders of the power in this falling water, as used by Peter Inglis.
Links » Grey County Waterfall Tour (includes map) [Grey County]
» Inglis Falls Conservation Area [Grey Sauble Conservation]

Flowers MORLAND PLACE
Morland Place Description Location: 12645 Grey Road 18 - Owen Sound, ON
Phone: (519) 376-4617
Open Daily | Bus Parking
Description 10 acre European style landscape featuring formal French, Italian and perennial gardens. Stroll around Morland Hall, complete with outbuildings, mature trees, hedges and maze.
Links » Rural Gardens of Grey and Bruce Counties
» Rural Gardens & Botanicals [Grey County]

History GREY ROOTS MUSEUM & ARCHIVES
Grey Roots Description Location: 102599 Grey Road 18, RR 4 - Owen Sound, ON
Phone: 1-877-GREY ROOTS (473-9766)
Hours: [Summer] Daily 10am - 5pm | [Winter] Tue - Sat 10am - 5pm
Description Grey Roots Museum & Archives has grown and developed into a unique facility from the County Museum's beginning in 1955 and the later establishment of a County Archives in 2000 in order to promote and preserve the heritage of Grey County.  The new faclity, which opened in June 2004, continues to grow with the development of a Heritage Village and the acquisition of both museum collections and archival materials.
Links » Grey Roots Museum & Archives

Waterfall WALTER'S FALLS / THE FALLS INN
The Falls Inn Description Directions: Follow County Road 18 east to County Road 29 south, through the hamlet of Bognor where it heads east to Walter's Falls. The falls are found at the end of Front Street.
GPS Location of Falls: 44.4892, -80.7119
The Falls Inn: 140 Front Street W Walters Falls, ON
Phone: (519) 794-4388
Description Although this waterfall is on private property, there is a viewing platform where Walter's Creek plunges 14 metres in the heart of the village. Named for the pioneer John Walter and his family, the picturesque settlement grew around its waterpower, which continues to provide energy for a gristmill. The location is now home to the spectacular accommodation The Falls Inn.
Links » Grey County Waterfall Tour (includes map) [Grey County]
» The Falls Inn
 


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