Trip Inspiration | Family Getaways
Don’t “balk” at the idea of a good time out on the town. Check out what sports the Forest City has to offer to change-up your usual night out.
Drop your phones for foam fingers and get in on the action in downtown London.
These breezy driving routes make for amazing fall road trips
Crisp air. Falling leaves. Hot apple cider in hand. Nothing says fall like a weekend road trip touring through small town Ontario. This year, slow down and celebrate harvest season in Ontario’s Southwest on one of these great routes.
Knowing the do’s and don’ts of camping can make the world of difference when taking your family out into the wilderness.
No matter how experienced an adventurer you are, you will always run into a problem or two while camping. Check out these ten things to avoid doing while camping to help make your next camping experience more enjoyable.
Hitting up one of Ontario’s best-in-class Blue Flag beaches is just one of the things to experience in Grand Bend.
From scaling the dunes to grabbing a backpack and hiking through the beautifully rare Carolinian forest, you can’t miss these top ten things to do in Grand Bend.
Learn about Oxford County’s delicious farm to table eats and fresh artisan cheese.
In my first week at Ontario’s Southwest, I spent the day touring and tasting some of the best food and drink hot spots that Oxford County has to offer.
Lake Erie’s Big Creek and the Grand River offer sights, sounds and serenity
If you think going for a scenic paddle requires a long drive north, it’s time to think Big and Grand. Big Creek and the Grand River offer fantastic paddling that’s close to home with excellent opportunities for spotting wildlife.
Get to these 5 Lake Erie gems in a flash
Sit in traffic or stroll in the sand? It seems like a pretty easy choice, yet each weekend thousands of Ontarians continue to fight cottage country traffic to reach the beach.
Friday, June 3, 2016 10:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Click your way to sun and fun with our easy-to-use cheat sheets
Canadian summers are just too short to not enjoy a few days at the beach. If you’re unsure which sandy shoreline will suit you best, choosing your best beach and creating an unforgettable summer escape has never been easier.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 9:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Old-school Belgian ale, Lake Erie perch, maple syrup and lavender
Take some of Canada’s most productive farm land and fresh water and add a generous helping of families who are passionately committed to producing world-class products in the region they love and what do you get? A recipe for flavours, experiences and adventures that are truly one of a kind.