Local clubs in Greyton

It’s hard to beat the feeling of driving away from the city. Whether you’re leaving for a holiday or are returning to your rustic home away from it all, seeing the traffic and tall buildings recede in the rear-view mirror is a wonderful thing. Even more marvellous is the promise of beautiful scenery, good company, and plenty of things to do - all of which can be found in the Overberg. The charming town of Greyton is something of a mecca for those in search of a certain way of life. Many aspects of living here, such as cobbled streets and greeting your neighbour, pander to one’s sense of nostalgia and desire for a simpler more wholesome lifestyle.

If you’re in Greyton, wondering what to do, then you’ll be pleased to discover the variety of local clubs that function in this lovely setting. In addition to providing a vast selection of niche activities, they’re generally very active, which means that joining one is an excellent way to meet people with similar interests in the area. Being on holiday in a new place needn’t cause you to stay indoors when you have such well-run community organisations to enjoy. Whether you like to play bowls competitively, or rather prefer to take a gentle horseback ride with a group of friends, you can find the right way to spend your time.

For those who live in the Cape Country Meander, local clubs in Greyton cater for just about anyone who likes to enjoy an activity and broaden their social circle. From shooting clubs to tennis and rugby societies, there’s something for just about anyone around here. Even if you’d rather sit on the side lines and enjoy the view, you’ll love watching your teammates play croquet against the backdrop of this marvellous setting. When all the gear is packed away, you can begin the serious business of discussing the day’s events, which is arguably one of the most important elements of any society.

When you’re in Greyton, you’ll very likely want to be involved in what’s going on in the town. This darling little stop along the Cape Country Meander is renowned for getting under your skin, which means that you’ll probably be back here very soon. That is, of course, unless you’re already one of the locals who are fortunate enough to live here all year round. With the wide-open country sky, and a vibrant community, it’s no wonder this is such a well-loved spot.

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Riding centre offering lessons and outrides on faithful, well-behaved horses and ponies. Adults and children over 5 welcome. Small groups, not more than 4.

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Sporting and Trap shooting club that is member of CTSASA and WCCTSA.

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Greyton Country Croquet Club started with a few friends David Kuijers, Barry Wiesner, Tim Quinlan and Doug Murray getting together on a Friday or Saturday after...

Join us for a game of bowls on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 14.00 (2pm). Please contact us for any other information or to join our very active club.

You can either just go and collect the key from the Greyton Supermarket, pay R30 per hour, and play - or call us if you would like to join some of the locals fo...

A dedicated, up and coming club that started 10 years ago and is fully supported by its 59 actively playing members. We are registered with Boland Rugby Union. ...

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Sporting and Trap shooting club that is member of CTSASA and WCCTSA.

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Greyton Country Croquet Club started with a few friends David Kuijers, Barry Wiesner, Tim Quinlan and Doug Murray getting together on a Friday or Saturday after...

Join us for a game of bowls on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 14.00 (2pm). Please contact us for any other information or to join our very active club.

You can either just go and collect the key from the Greyton Supermarket, pay R30 per hour, and play - or call us if you would like to join some of the locals fo...

A dedicated, up and coming club that started 10 years ago and is fully supported by its 59 actively playing members. We are registered with Boland Rugby Union. ...