Located in the southern part of Grey County and just east of Walkerton, lies an incredible little town known as Hanover. Founded in the mid-19th century, the region around this small community was instantly renowned thanks to the incredible hardwood forests and the amazing wildlife. With the nearby Saugeen River loaded with fish, it should come as no surprise to anyone that the area was quickly settled by adventurous men and women.

Throughout the years, the town of Hanover and the surrounding communities along the river have undergone some pretty impressive and profound changes. As with many small communities, especially those based on economies that are no longer as relevant as they once were, there were periods of boom and bust. Although the nearby River may no longer be an important barge route, the region is quickly gaining popularity among tourists from all over the world thanks to its incredible beauty and the unique community that is there.

Of course, it is not just individuals that are looking for a great vacation spot who are discovering this unique community. Recent retirees, young families and even working professionals who are looking to slow things down and spend a little bit more time enjoying their day-to-day life rather than dealing with the frustration and aggravation that comes with living life in a Metropolitan city.

Although it is a relatively small community, the town of Hanover has quite a bit to offer including a unique art culture and some impressive historical buildings. Sightseers, outdoors man, and even birdwatchers will find plenty to love in this incredible Ontario town. In fact, many people who first visit the area on vacation find themselves looking for a permanent place to call home where they can choose exactly the lifestyle that they have always wanted.