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Our region is just 60 minutes west of Toronto, where you’ll find rich culinary, cultural, heritage and outdoor experiences. Enjoy fantastic restaurants, seasonal festivals and events, discover great trails, the beaches of Lake Huron, the heritage-designated Grand River, and our parks and campgrounds.
Local Food Map — Download this guide to farms, markets, retailers, restaurants, breweries, and other businesses that feature food grown in Guelph and Wellington County.
Riverfest Elora — Celebrate a full weekend of fun set on the banks of the Grand River in Bissell Park, Elora.
Village of Millbank — The home to many unique Mennonite and specialty shops with local food and handcrafted items.
Stratford Road Trip — Explore Stratford in a 12 seat Safari van. Over 80 trips to experience.
Fergus Scottish Festival — Enjoy the best of Scotland without the airfare!
TD Kitchener Blues Festival — One of the largest Blues Festival in Canada. There is programming for children, workshops for aspiring musicians, and plenty of refreshments.
Cycling in Waterloo Region — Check out these resources before hopping on your bike to explore the Region’s vibrant landscapes and history.
Enjoy a live show — Take a daytrip and see Disney’s Newsies at the Huron Country Playhouse in Grand Bend or the St. Jacobs Country Playhouse. Get season tickets to the Blyth Festival or see what's new at The Livery Theatre.
A cultural hub, the region is home to attractions like African Lion Safari, music events and outdoor adventure.
Canada’s premier arts town delights with live theatre, lush gardens, expansive parkland and Victorian streets dotted with cafés, bistros, galleries and unique shops.
Experience Canada’s largest year-round farmers’ market, Mennonite traditions, rich agricultural history and creative local communities.
Just an hour outside Toronto enjoy festivals around music, culture and food, plus a stunning gorge.
Nestled among scenic rivers, you’ll find vibrant farmer’s markets, tasty craft beers, and thriving local arts.
Eat, drink, explore and relax on the sunny shores of Lake Huron beaches.
Follow nature trails or bike routes, find local crafts and handiwork and enjoy the unique architecture.