Epping-John Muir Lookout
The Epping-John Muir Lookout has dramatic 360 views where one can gaze from Georgian Bay to the heart of the Beaver Valley. It has a park that is 4.8 hectares (12 acres) in size and offers a picnic area with washrooms, parking that accommodates buses and motorcycles, and access to the Bruce Trail.
A historical plaque tells the story of the American conservationist and founder of the international conservation movement, John Muir, who lived and worked in Meaford during the 1860s. The park is dedicated to his work in the region.
Location: Eric Winkler Pkwy, Grey Highlands, Ontario, Canada