This self-guided walking tour describes the significance of several former Doon residents and their contributions to the rapidly developing village during the lifetime of Homer Watson
Doon owes its name to Adam Ferrie Jr., who came in 1834 to this section of the Grand River in search of a location to construct a mill. He found it at the confluence of Schneider’s Creek and the Grand River
This is an interactive hike, providing a journey through time featuring Watson’s works. Bask in the beauty of nature along the same river that inspired many of his works, visualized in futuristic Augmented Reality (AR), and guided storytelling.