PLAN YOUR VISIT
A DAY WITH THE ROXY
The Roxy is the regional centre for downtown Owen Sound and Grey County’s vibrant arts culture. Located just 1 hour south of Bruce Peninsula National Park and 30 minutes east of Sauble Beach, why not make it a day with The Roxy!
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
The Roxy is just off Highway 6. If travelling southbound, take the south exit off 2nd Avenue East. If travelling northbound, take the west exit off 8th Street East.
There is metered parking across The Roxy (on 9th Street East between 2nd and 3rd Avenues East). There is also a parking lot behind The Roxy (entrance off 3rd Avenue East) that’s free after 6 p.m. and on weekends.
The Roxy is wheelchair-accessible, features state-of-the-art acoustics, and offers complimentary assistive listening devices.
The theatre lobby, gallery, and bar open 1 hour before show time. The auditorium doors open 30 minutes before show time.
WHERE TO EAT
WHERE TO STAY
WHAT ELSE THERE IS TO DO
One hour north of The Roxy near Tobermory, the national park is one of Ontario’s top tourist destinations. Many visitors rent cottages nearby or stay at the Cyprus Lake campground. Annual visitation to Bruce Peninsula National Park is approximately 215,000 visitors.
Thirty minutes west of The Roxy in Bruce County, the beach community is one of Ontario’s topbeaches for tourists. Many beachgoers also visit Sauble Falls Provincial Park. Annual visitation to Sauble Beach is approximately 2.5 million visitors.
Harrison Park is home to the beautiful Sydenham River, century-old trees, a bird sanctuary, hiking and cycling trails, a public swimming pool, mini-putt, boat rentals, the Harrison Park Family Campground, the Black History Cairn, Weaver’s Creek Falls, and the Harrison Park Inn restaurant.
Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest (900 km) marked hiking trail in Canada. While the trail has more than 400 km of side trails, its main trail travels through Grey County. Fun fact: The current record for end-to-end hike – from Tobermory to Queenston – is less than 10 days!