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Grey-Sauble Conservation Area

Inglis Falls

Located off County Road 18 on Inglis Falls Road

Indian Falls
Located on County Road 1 north of Owen Sound

Eugenia Falls
Hwy 13 north of Flesherton

Bruce’s Caves Conservation Area
Located just outside Wiarton on County Road 26

Hibou Conservation Area
Hwy 15 north of Owen Sound

Feversham Gorge Conservation Area
Located just west of Feversham

Old Baldy Conservation Area
Located near the village of Kimberly on County Road 13

Pottawatomi (Jones Falls) Conservation Area
West of Owen Sound on County Road 18

Spirit Rock Conservation Area
Located on Hwy 6 just outside Wiarton

The Arboretum Conservation Area
Connected to Inglis Falls Conservation Area

Arran Lake Conservation Area
Arran-Elderslie Side Road 10-11, north off Bruce County Road #5, east of the village of Tara. As the only public access to Arran Lake, Arran Lake Conservation Area is most commonly used for boating, fishing, hunting and swimming activities.

Ainslie Wood Conservation Area
On the shore of Owen Sound, 12 km north of Owen Sound access: Grey County Road 35

Christie Beach Conservation Area
On the shore of Georgian Bay, east of Meaford access: Highway 26

Clendenan Dam Conservation Area
Located in Clarksburg (part of The Blue Mountains) access: pedestrian access from Clark Street, parking lot east of dam


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