The Victorian houses and old-style thatched cottages lend this village a historic air. McGregor is home to many artists and craftsmen who find their inspiration from the serene environment and the magnificent natural beauty. The historic town is located on Route 62.
Adventure And Sport
Boesmanskloof Hiking Trail: The trail starts in the village and ends in Greyton. The peace and quiet of this untamed area is guaranteed to restore the mind, body and spirit.
4×4 Routes: Several routes in the area guarantee picturesque views, especially of the mountains.
Heron Hiking Trail: The route leads over a flat landscape to two dams, ideal for bird-watching. Kleinberg Hiking Trail: This trail offers magnificent views of McGregor and the surrounding plateau.
Mountain-biking: A challenging mountain-biking route zigzags through a local reserve. Rooikat Hiking Trail: The challenging trail winds through the Elandsberg Mountains.
Art And Crafts
Art and Crafts: Many venues exhibit and sell the works of local artists. Malmani Crafts focuses on African crafts, Mill Stone Pottery produces translucent handcrafted porcelain, unique to the area, and Roy Reycraft crafts and sells solid brass sundials.
Waldorf Market: The Waldorf School organises a morning market on the first Saturday of each month.
McGregor Winery: The winery is open for wine-tasting and sales.
Fauna And Flora
Krans Nature Reserve: The reserve is blessed with a beautiful natural environment with many species of birds and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding hills.
Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve: The reserve is located 5 km outside the town.