Take a journey down the Saugeen River in fall

As Summer comes to an end, our communities remains vibrant with the bold and beautiful colours of the Fall season.

While the days are shorter, and the air is more crisp, Bruce County’s beauty does not fade. The Fall is a perfect time to ease into a slower pace and unearth even more beauty across our land.

Paddle the Saugeen River

The Saugeen River is over 100km of calm, winding water with 15 access points, allowing you to take advantage of a day on the river from all over the county. Local outfitters are ready for your visit with all the equipment necessary to ensure a safe and exciting trip. With multiple route options, the possibilities are endless. In Paisley, your paddle adventure can include camping at McBeath Conservation area and taking in the views through the Saugeen Bluffs. Walkerton’s river real estate is an optimal destination for fly-fishing and a picnic stop at Lobbie’s Park. If your trip has you reaching Southampton, the delightful views alone will be worth your while.

What better way to recharge and reconnect with your family than a peaceful day on one of Ontario’s most beautiful waterways

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