Grey County plans for a complete tourism strategy for Beaver

 Monday, March 6, 2023 


For Beaver Valley, Grey County is all prepared to build up a all-inclusive tourism plan. From Savanna Myers, the director of economic development, tourism and culture, the county council, at its most recent meeting, got an update regarding this ambitious project. In the south, Beaver Valley expands from Flesherton to all the way to Georgian Bay in the north and has Eugenia, Clarkburg, Kimberley, and Thornbury community. It comprises all the main landmarks like Duncan Crevice Caves, Old Baldy, Hogg’s fall and Eugenia Falls.

Myers stated that in recent years, as a tourism destination, the fame of the Beaver Valley area has blown up as it has been discovered by the rest of Ontario.

She said that it is one of their region’s most famous drivers in terms of tourism.

The area’s augmented popularity and rising visitor numbers have created disputes and at present there is bewilderment regarding who has taken the responsibility in terms of dealing with the area’s higher visibility.

In 2023 budget at $50,000, the project was included. Myers stated that for the study, the county has welcomed a provincial grant to counterbalance the costs.

She stated that the main strategy is to bring together all the groups in terms of stakeholders to present an all-inclusive strategy for Beaver Valley.

Myers said that how do they come up with a long-term vision along with their partners, and arrange as well as start the first steps in the next couple of years.

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