Welcome to Bruce County; one of the most spectacular 4 Season Destinations. Just Awesome part of Ontario for the outdoor person. Located only two and a half hours northwest of Toronto, the Bruce Peninsula offers Lake Huron on the west side and Georgian Bay to the east with numerous inland lakes throughout and also offers over 850 kilometres(531 miles) of beach and hikable coastline to explore. Explore the world famous Bruce Trail along the Bruce Peninsula which is an adventure to hike year round. With a Lake Huron on the west and Georgian Bay on the east, Bruce County is endowed with lots of beaches! However, it’s not the quantity of beaches that’s intriguing as it is the fantastical diversity. On the Lake Huron side, where the water is warm and the shore is sandy, there are gorgeous, long strands, action-packed hangouts, and quiet, shallow coves. On the rocky Georgian Bay side, where the water is cold and emerald in colour with long flat ledges, sea caves and pockets of big boulders.
If there’s snowmobiling in the forecast, the Bruce is where it is happening. The “lake effect”, snowfall is always generous generally arriving early in the season and staying late. As part of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, District 9 has 2400 km of groomed trails and an abundance of sled-friendly communities consider a long distance looped excursion.
Our District 9 also includes Grey County right next door which we have teamed up with and created a dedicated District 9 snowmobile website with trails guides, conditions, accommodations, places to eat, shop and even links to trail permit purchasing.
For more info just checkout the District 9 2012 Map here you may go over all the routes to choose from, you may also find detailed google map of club houses across Grey and Bruce Counties below.
With a Lake Huron on the west and Georgian Bay on the east, Bruce County is endowed with lots of beaches! However, it’s not the quantity of beaches that’s intriguing as it is the fantastical diversity. On the Lake Huron side, where the water is warm and the shore is sandy, there are gorgeous, long strands, action-packed hangouts, and quiet, shallow coves. On the rocky Georgian Bay side, where the water is cold and emerald in colour with long flat ledges, sea caves and pockets of big boulders.
Residential sales activity in the geographical area covered by the REALTORS® Association of Grey Bruce Owen Sound totaled 384 units in September 2020. This was a large increase of 30.6% from September 2019.
On a year-to-date basis, home sales totalled 2,532 units over the first nine months of the year. This was up 9.1% from the same period in 2019.
The average price of homes sold in September 2020 was a record $502,003, rising 23.5% from September 2019, breaking the $500K level for the first time in history.
The more comprehensive year-to-date average price was $462,404, up 19.1% from the first nine months of 2019.
New residential listings in the region numbered 395 units in September 2020. This was little changed, down 0.8% (three listings) on a year-over-year basis.
Overall supply remains near record lows. Active residential listings numbered 584 units at the end of September. This was a large decline of 45.6% from the end of September 2019.
Months of inventory numbered 1.5 at the end of September 2020, down from the 3.7 months recorded at the end of September 2019 and below the long-run average of 6.3 months for this time of year.
The dollar value of all home sales in September 2020 was $192.8 million, a significant gain of 61.3% from the same month in 2019. This was also a new record for the month of September.
Sales of all property types numbered 496 units in September 2020; advancing by 36.3% from September 2019. The total value of all properties sold was $231.9 million, increasing substantially by 69.3% from September 2019.