Located beside Inglis Falls, the Bruce Tail, Grey Sauble Conservation area, and Grey Roots Museum, formal European-style gardens maintaned by two generations.
Built by the McCallum family in 1920, Morland Place was originally a small, country cottage-style home. The expansion at the rear was modelled after the 1870s regency Georgian villa style. The gardens, started in 1960, were influenced by European architectural style. Containing concrete statues and benches, the Tree Park and Perennial Garden and Maze are not to be missed.
Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you'll visit, leave what you find, respect nature, enviroment and wildlife!