Nature Trails


Guided interpretive Walks

At “Anglesea” in the Scenic Klondike Hills.

Grey County, Ontario, Canada


Our 30 acres of trails are open to the public by appointment, we can provide a knowledgeable guide who can provide information on some of the many woodland flowers and shrubs, our managed forest plan, as well as talk about the topography and glacial deposits that make our property so interesting. Those that wish can walk the trails on their own, but we recommend that the first time you visit you request a guided tour so as not to miss any of the wonderful sights to be seen.


We are located just 20km south of Owen Sound, Ontario, about a 1 hour drive from Kitchener or 2 hour drive from Toronto, London or Barrie.


The best time to visit is in the spring when each week a new selection of wildflowers emerges to catch the sunlight filtering through the budding trees. As the trees leaf out and the sunlight is further reduced on the forest floor the undergrowth turns green and provides hiding spots for the many birds and animals that call our bush home. In the fall as the leaves turn colour and gradually fall from the trees other flowers emerge and the fruit of the spring flowers turn colour and add to the display.


So no matter what time you visit it is a pleasant afternoons stroll through the woods. Do come and see, we love to meet fellow nature enthusiasts whether knowledgeable or simply interested. We cannot in good faith keep this unique and natural property all to ourselves.


Open April 15th to Oct 15th  8am to 4 pm by appointment only. Entrance by Donation.



May we suggest $2 per person for self guided tours and $5 per person for our guided interpretive walks. (4 to 8 persons per walk)

Your well behaved children and leashed pets are encouraged to accompany you at no cost.


You should allow 1.5 - 2 hours for you walk and are welcome to simply sit afterwards and enjoy the quiet and watch the birds visit our feeders.

Sturdy footwear is a must. A Picnic area is available for your use.

‘Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures.’


We regret that in these times it is necessary to inform you that you enter upon our property at your own risk. We cannot be responsible for any injury, damage or loss no matter how caused. You are our guests and we will do our best to make your stay safe and enjoyable but you and you alone are responsible for your safety and your possessions.


You may contact us by email for further information or to arrange a tour.


Have a physically challenged individual in your party? Contact us, we would be pleased to make some special arrangements to accommodate them.

The trails are not generally wheelchair accessible at this time excepting for our Woodland Garden area.

Cycle tour groups and individuals welcome, overnight tenting site avalable.


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