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Get outside this fall!  Breathe in the cool, fresh air and explore BruceGreySimcoe to your heart’s content.  Take the scenic route by car or bike to view stunning fall foliage, or hike our trails for panoramic vistas of blue green waters from the escarpment’s edge, a suspension bridge or lookout tower. Stroll our shorelines, paddle our sparkling waterways and discover the hidden treasures of our small towns.  Bring the family, share a romantic getaway or reconnect with friends…
  • Collingwood Arboretum
  • Beaver River
  • Colpoys Bay

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Captain Spence Trail, Southampton

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Bruce County is simply beautiful in the fall, with just a hint of wildness added to the spectacular Bruce Peninsula and waters of Lake Huron. One of the best ways to view the fall colours, the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay and explore the peninsula’s natural diversity is to hike the Bruce Trail, which follows the Niagara Escarpment to Tobermory.  Or hop on your bike to cycle the shoreline, the back roads or the trails.


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Epping Lookout Conservation Area, Kimberley

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Grey is definitely a natural beauty!  Bordered by the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay, Grey is one of the best places to come and play. With its spectacular outdoor setting, art galleries, restaurants, theatres and attractions, it has all you need for the ultimate fall escape. As it winds through Grey, the Bruce Trail showcases some of the best vistas on the trail at various points along the escarpment. Vibrant fall colours are the perfect hiking backdrop.

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Lake Couchiching

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Leave it all behind and make Simcoe the natural choice for your fall break from the everyday!  With its unspoiled settings, sparkling waters, spectacular vistas, awesome fishing, colourful cycling routes, golf, camping, trails, festivals and events, waterfront parks and attractions, it’s a virtual paradise.  Fall is the perfect season to experience Simcoe outdoors.  Tour by water and paddle the Nottawasaga River. 


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