It’s the summer of the road trip and we know you’re itching to get out of your home and discover local spots that you may have overlooked in the past to share with friends and family virtually. Ontario’s Southwest is home to a great number of picture worthy locations that even some of us who live here might not have visited before.
Trip Inspiration | Middlesex
Tuesday, July 7, 2020 10:00 AM by Ontario by Bike
If you and your bike are on auto pilot, cruise mode on the trails around home base, having done the same circuits many times over this spring and summer, why not take your cycling to the next level and pedal somewhere new.
You’ve heard the saying “nature heals,” and it’s true. Scientific studies show that being in nature lowers stress, elevates mood, improves sleep, increases productivity, and even creates pleasant feelings. We need all of these now more than ever after long periods spent indoors.
We’re Ready to Host You, When The Time is Right.
Whether you’re a resident of Ontario’s Southwest looking for a little fun in your own backyard right now, or someone eager to explore our region in the future, we look forward to welcoming you when the time is right.
Narrowing down where to go for lunch or dinner can sometimes be difficult with all the great places in the community. We’ve cultivated a list of the top restaurants that are locally sourced based on TripAdvisor reviews by those who've checked them out from all over Ontario’s Southwest to make narrowing down a place easier!
Friday, January 3, 2020 10:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
We can’t wait to welcome you to Ontario’s Southwest when the time is right. In the meantime, our
Known for its rich Aboriginal and pioneer history, agriculture, and friendly communities, Middlesex County has endless rural charm. And thanks to its productive farm lands, combined with passionate locals, it's growing into a culinary destination for food fans looking to get out of the city.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 9:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
While the fable of the ant and the grasshopper teaches the important lesson of putting a little work in today to prepare for times ahead that may not be quite so plentiful, there’s no harm in the work being tasty and fun!