Nature Trails near Chatsworth, Ontario

The Township of Chatsworth was formed in 2000 when the former Township of Holland, Township of Sullivan and the Village of Chatsworth amalgamated.  Situated just south of Owen Sound, the Township of Chatsworth is in the centre of the scenic Grey County, just a short 2 hour drive from the Greater Toronto Area and other major cities.

Chatsworth boasts of the beauty of many rivers and streams, rolling hills, forests, scenic falls, rocks, inland lakes and the Niagara Escarpment.  Rural and rustic in nature, it is the home of some of the most photographic and perfect views of nature. When visiting Chatsworth you will experience an atmosphere that is beautiful, quiet and peaceful.

With a strong emphasis on farming, this beautiful town is also home to a significant Amish community that brings with it an opportunity to step back in time.

Visit the small hamlets and communities of Berkeley, Chatsworth, Desboro, Holland Centre, Keady, Massie, Scone, Walters Falls or Williamsford and experience our great community spirit.  Our active communities offer various different opportunities to enjoy activities such as skating and hockey, baseball, soccer, curling, lawn bowling, and many different community events.  There is always something for everyone.

The Township of Chatsworth offers an abundance of opportunities for you to get back to nature. Hiking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, ATVing, swimming, boating, canoeing, hunting and fishing are all part of the natural retreat that is here just waiting to be experienced.

Some of Ontario's best hiking trails and nature trails are near Chatsworth.

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Grey County Forest #41 – The Fish Hatchery

Grey County Forest #41 – The Fish Hatchery

This forest property is an extensive natural area where the forest includes stands of sugar maple, pine, spruce, and cedar. Wetland communities add to the diversity, and Black Lake offers fishing for bass. About 6 kilometres of trails groomed by a local snowmobile...