Grey County has a population of 92,568 people, the majority of them residing in Collingwood and Thornbury.
The popular towns of Blue Mountain, Beaver Valley, Collingwood, and Thornbury make up the County of Grey.
Located in Southwestern Ontario, spanning from Georgian Bay to the Niagara Escarpment, Blue Mountain and Beaver Valley are both towns that help make up Grey Country.
Blue Mountain Resort is the largest mountain resort in Ontario offering everything from skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and skating to swimming, trails and accommodations.
Apples & Farmers Markets
Thornbury is one of Canada’s top apple producers, with orchards spanning most of the roadsides in Meaford, Thornbury and Beaver Valley. Whether you’re looking for breads, pies, or Jams your guaranteed to find what you’re looking for at one of the many farmers markets that are available in the County.
The Great Outdoors
One of the greatest outdoor wonders in Ontario is the Niagara Escarpment and Grey County is fortunate enough it have it right at their back door. Whether it be the beauty of Tobemorys Grotto, or the adventure of travelling through caves in Blue Mountain, Grey County has something for everyone.