Greystone is an ideal central location
Breathtaking nature, captivating cultural attractions, and an extraordinary arts scene – if you can imagine it, you can experience it here. Greystone benifits from a prime location near some of the area’s best-known Provincial Parks and attractions, including Shaw Woods, the Barron Canyon, and the Algonquin Highway 60 Corridor. We’ve listed some of our favorite things to do and see below; don’t hesitate to ask us if you’d like more information about these or other attractions.
Canoeing and Kayaking
Greystone offers guests a variety of boats to explore Golden Lake. Kayaks, canoes and pedal-boats are located down on the beach. Reservations are not required. All we ask is that you take a life preserver with you.
One of the simple pleasures of cycling is the scenery that one encounters while on the road. Fortunately, for visitors of Greystone, the area offers many scenic routes for road cyclists to enjoy. The Ottawa Valley offers a riding experience for all levels including challenging hills for the accomplished cyclist.
The possibilities around Greystone are astounding. Enjoy a relaxing walk on a nature path or a challenging trek in Algonquin. A fifteen minute hike or a full day adventure is at your fingertips within a short walk or drive..
Speak with a guide and decide upon the best route for options include the nearby Blueberry Mountain, Algonquin Park or Shaw Woods.
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Golf with the Homestead at Wolf Ridge
The Homestead at Wolf Ridge is a superb course for golfers of all levels, you’ll enjoy the varied terrain, challenging holes and unspoiled natural surroundings of the Ottawa Valley. Located on highway 60, just West of Killaloe, the course is designed to make the most out of 220 acres of rolling farmland.
Explore the Bonnechere Caves
The Bonnechere Caves have been welcoming people from all over the world for over 55 years. They provide a safe, educational, informative and fun tour for people of all ages. Everyone from babies in backpacks to senior citizens have enjoyed the handiwork of Mother Nature here along the beautiful Bonnechere River. Reservations are not necessary as they have staff on hand to take you on tour when you arrive.