Think being bundled up by the fireplace with a glass is the only way to enjoy wine in the winter? The wineries of Ontario’s Southwest are going to change that view.
Trip Inspiration | Day Trips
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 9:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Did you know this February marks Canada’s 25th Black History Month being recognized by the House of Commons? We’ve had 25 months dedicated to learning about Black history to pave a brighter path forward, to combat systemic racism and create a place for equality. Most of us would agree that there is still a lot more work to be done.
Monday, December 7, 2020 2:00 PM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
We’re all spending more time with remotes in our hands, making our way quickly through our video libraries and scrolling one, or many, streaming services. No matter what you're watching, you can’t have a binge session without something yummy to go along with it. Thankfully we are spoiled for options in Ontario’s Southwest.
Apple Land Station, The Mill Pond & More!
Join Jenelle Nicole and her family as they explore Middlesex County. Experience the family fun hiking the Mill Pond Ecotrail, picking apples at Apple Land Station, shopping at Gracie's Place, and eating delicious pizza at Alberta's Restaurant & Pizzeria.
Tuesday, October 6, 2020 2:00 PM by Jenelle Nicole
If you're looking for baby-friendly farm activities in Ontario's Southwest this fall, this is the VLOG you've been looking for. Join Jenelle Nicole and her family for a fun filled day at Synder's Farm in Oxford County.
Thursday, September 17, 2020 11:00 AM by Cameron Davis
The sound of my mom’s car muffler started my excitement. We were going on a road trip to learn about
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 12:00 PM by Megan Carman
Because we aim to please, we’ve created three more must-drive routes for you to convince your friend with a convertible to take you on a fall road trip in Ontario’s Southwest. Don’t forget to call ahead and make sure that the locations listed are open on the day that you want to visit.
Most noted philosophers used walking to get their thoughts going. Wilderness visionaries like Henry David Thoreau walked a great distance to experience the wilderness landscape (Thoreau walked 100 days in 1866, from Montreal to Quebec City). But you don’t need a major pilgrimage to become familiar with nature.