Grey Bruce Travel Magazine
For the most part, the Grey County Ontario area is divided into two main parts. One of those parts is Grey County itself and the other part is the townships that surround it. The Grey County area itself is what is known as a rural community. As you move into the surrounding townships, however, there are some major differences in the lifestyle of people living there. This can be attributed to the fact that they are much closer to their jobs than they are to the city where they live.
Like most communities, there are lots of shops and restaurants in Grey County Ontario. As the town is farther from downtown Toronto, though, you will find that more of the people who live there are working in the city as opposed to staying home. So when they do go out for the evening, they end up spending a lot of time in the restaurant. It isn’t a problem because there are quite a few restaurants in Grey County, but if you have family who works downtown, it might be an issue. So if you want to go out for dinner with the family, make sure that you take them to a local restaurant complex. Just because you live in Grey County doesn’t mean that you have to eat at a restaurant, so consider whether or not they would appreciate a more out-of-the-way place to dine.
The housing situation in Grey County Ontario is a bit different. Because so many people work downtown, there aren’t many places that they can stay. The problem, though, is that the cost of housing in downtown Toronto is far higher than anywhere else in the province. That means that some of the people who live in Grey County Ontario are actually in a position where they have to live in downtown Toronto.