Recognized as Ontario’s true four-season tourism and recreation destination, The Blue Mountains was built on a strong history of agriculture and tourism. The Town serves as one of the largest apple-producing regions in Ontario, accounting for over 15% of total acres in apple crops in the province. The Town also serves home to over 11% of total agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting jobs in Grey County, with over 340 jobs, and has total gross farm receipts of over $21 million.

Respecting Our Agricultural Lands

As a resident, or visitor, it is important to understand how to navigate living in an agricultural community and what to expect. This includes respecting private and agricultural land by not trespassing as it poses a risk to everyone and everything that’s involved – from the public and the grower to crops and livestock.

Sharing the Road with Farm Equipment & Vehicles

To help everyone arrive home safely, please slow down when approaching farm equipment, do not expect the vehicle to pull over on the shoulder (this can be dangerous), make sure the driver can see you before you pass, and share the road! Visit the Ontario Federation of Agriculture for more information.