Official Tourism Website of Wiarton, Ontario

Greystone Trails
Kemble (Georgian Bluffs), ON, Canada

We invite you to enjoy our 430+ acres of privately owned managed forest and wildlife reserve with over 16km of hiking trails encompassing three distinct micro-environments (lake, forest and plateau). 

Visit, explore and enjoy these gorgeous, natural surroundings
Bring your camera or binoculars as wildlife sightings, particularly birds, are quite frequent. 

A large public parking area ensures plenty of space ... so many visitors can enjoy the trails including organized hiking groups. Don't forget to pick up your map at the Trail Head entrance. Parking and access to the trails is free

Your dog is most welcome. It may be off-leash as long as you can control and leash it if other hikers meet you. No one wants a dog running at, or jumping on them! Remember ... there are people who are afraid of, allergic to or simply not fond of dogs. Be courteous. Please poop 'n' scoop (or use a stick to push poop off the trail) as a courtesy to others. 

SEASONAL ACTIVITIES: Trails are mowed in the spring, summer and fall; in winter they are groomed and packed making them ideal for cross-country/Nordic skiing, snowshoes and hiking. You are welcome to bring a toboggan for some adventure on the two hills (several choices for all experience levels).

Thank you for respecting our property and efforts over the past two decades to create this sanctuary for wildlife and humans to share and enjoy. 

No camping. No hunting. No horses. 

For your safety, trails close at dusk. Use of trails is entirely at your own risk. 


across from 504785 Grey Road 1
Kemble (Georgian Bluffs), ON, N0H 1S0