Kemble is located about 18 kilometres from Owen Sound. Kemble is home to many walking trails that wind along logging roads through the forest.
You can see impressive views of farmlands and the village of Kemble while walking through nature. Kemble is a very small community, and has a close-knit feel to it.
Kemble is a part of the Georgian Bluffs, which is a township in southwestern Ontario, located in Grey County. Kemble is just one of the small communities that make up the Georgian Bluffs, a beautiful and scenic area on the Georgian Bay.
Kemble Mountain Loop is one of the many trails in the area that offers visitors a chance to explore nature.
Kemble is a cottager’s dream destination offering plenty of rental options for visitors. The scenic and serene feel to the area attracts visitors from all over.
The town has access to fabulous waterfront, so if you enjoy fishing or other water activities, it is an ideal location.
Kemble is a part of the Georgian Bluffs. Originally First Nations groups made this area their home, taking advantage of the fish and wildlife in the area. The various First Nations groups that settled along the Niagara Escarpment were the Huron, Algonquin, Chippewa, Ojibway and Pottawatomi tribes. Today, the Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of the Nawash still call this area home.
There were several townships that made up the Georgian Bluffs. The Township of Keppel is one of those original townships, and it was established in 1858 with its first government being formed.
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