Ride Grey Bruce Travel Planner

> Show Introduction
> Beaver Valley
> Meaford
> Getting To Bruce County
> Ted's Range Road Diner
> Inglis Falls
> Owen Sound
> Wiarton Willie
> Chi-Cheemaun Ferry
> Fathom Five Nat. Park
> Lion's Head
> Sauble Beach
> Southampton
> Harley Blues Cafe
> Tennyson's


Inglis Falls

Inglis Falls is a must stop on any tour through Grey County.
We’ve been here before in other shows but never on a motorcycle.  Its easy access of Grey Rd. 18 makes it the perfect picture stop.  From Grey Road 18 turn left onto Inglis Falls Road, signage will direct you to the entrance of the Inglis Falls Conservation Area.

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 rural landscapes 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.

Within the Inglis Falls Conservation Area are picnic facilities, washrooms, all reached from Highways 6 & 10. Paid parking on location

Walters Falls is another one of Grey’s Water Falls that is just a nice 20 minute ride from Inglis Falls.  If you like waterfalls you will want to spend some time visiting all 7 falls in Grey County. 

» Inglis Falls Conservation Area

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