Owen Sound (Canada 2016 Census population 21,341), the county seat of Grey County, is a city in the northern area of Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Owen Sound is located at the mouths of the Pottawatomi and Sydenham Rivers on an inlet of Georgian Bay.
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4.5 based on 347 reviews
If you are looking for gorgeous places to enjoy a winter walk or cross country skiing, this is one of those places. Dress warmly! The washrooms are closed in the winter, too bad they are desperately needed.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
Right now there are some great Christmas/holiday light displays that you can drive around the park and see. Also a great place to skate in the winter. This summer I tried the canoeing and mini golf - great! Fantastic place to cycle as there are lots of nature trails that you can also hike. HIGHLY recommend.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Grey Roots Museum & Archives is a multi-faceted attraction that preserves and promotes the cultural and heritage traditions of Grey County. Innovative and informative interpretive programs and demonstrations, rotating exhibits, a heritage village, archival resources and superior customer service create an exciting and educational visitor experience.
We visited the museum to pick up something we had purchased from them and took time to go inside and take a look around. It was filled with such great history and fun. The grounds are packed full of unique things to see and experience....MoreThank you! We're so glad you enjoyed your visit!
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Pleasant setting but small gallery, devoted to Tom Thomson. The collection at the AGO Ken Thomson collection is much larger. In addition the AGO has a number of works on loan from this gallery. Wish they would have held on to them or got them back from time to time. Unsure of their loan policy.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
We parked in Owen Sound Transportation Company lot. It is a Tourist Information Centre as well...lots of brochures available. As well as washrooms and a couple of picnic tables. Handicapped accessible. No parking or admission fees.
The Falls are not handicapped accessible. They are located in the Pottawatomi Conservation Area. It's about a 5 minute walk in. You can't see a whole lot from top coming in this way. So we hiked down to the bottom. It was very rocky and jagged. But you are rewarded with a great view. You can practically walk right up to the Falls.
Climbing up the other side is a bit less treacherous. Except we ran into a couple of off leash dogs that made it difficult to keep my balance on the jagged rocks. That is one of the reasons there is a leashed only sign upon entering. Unfortunately it isn't always followed. Once on top we walked out on top of falls. Gorgeous.
Can't visit in the winter though.
4 based on 76 reviews
Almost inside a city, Indian Falls are in Sarawak Township, at the northwestern edge of Owen Sound. A one-kilometre walk through Indian Falls Conservation Area leads through ferns, trees and wildflowers. The horseshoe-shaped falls drop to a quiet pool before Indian Creek flows on to empty into Owen Sound Bay.Driving 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.
Lots of free parking. Washrooms. Closed in the winter and early spring.
A beautiful but challenging trail that is about 1 km long leads you along the Indian River and up the gorge. There are 2 levels of stairs that assist your 15 metre ascent. And of course the reward at the top is the gorgeous Indian Falls. The gorge itself is amazing with it's red shale and the river running through. You can hike through the river itself when the water is low and view the gorge and falls from the bottom. As with most Conservation Areas, dogs are allowed on leash. It is not handicapped accessible and I would not recommend it for young kids.
Also within the perimeters of the Conservation Area are township tennis courts, a playground and baseball diamond. We used the GPS coordinates from the Water Falls map when driving here and ended up in a neighbor's driveway so just look for the baseball diamond from Grey Road 1.
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4.5 based on 20 reviews
Productions by Owen Sound Little Theatre are always magical, entertaining and carried off as professional Performances by a very talented, hard-working and dedicated group of "amateurs".
Co-productions with - and rentals by - an remarkable array of local groups and talented performers means that there is almost always something amazing happening at The Roxy. The historic theatre itself has been pleasingly renovated to accommodate a lobby/art gallery/bar area which is ideal for meeting friends for a visit and a drink before the show. Owen Sound's historic Roxy Theatre has it all -- authentic character, fabulous productions, great acoustics and ambiance.
4 based on 29 reviews
If you want a taste of God's awesome creation try this tucked away, hidden Wilderness. I love the way the creek rambles through the woods over rocks, under trees,... It's beautiful, quiet, and back in you find the waterfall yet too. There is a board walk most of the way in. I got back there with a crutch
4 based on 26 reviews
Located on a street with other homes, it has no parking lot, but free street parking is available. Admission was $5, which includes a small booklet. The tour is self-guided. Lots of excellent information and photographs are provided in what was his childhood home.
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