When it’s time to escape with your friends this summer, head to the miles and miles of Lake Erie and Lake Huron shoreline in Ontario’s Southwest.
Trip Inspiration | Cycling
Tuesday, May 30, 2017 2:00 PM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Take off on a scenic cycling trip along the St. Clair River.
This three or four-day ride begins and ends in Sarnia taking riders on a scenic cycle along the St. Clair River for the first day.
Jim Byers visits Windsor Essex & Point Pelee.
ALONG THE LAKE ERIE SHORELINE – The luscious scent of lavender. A zippy Chardonnay. A tranquil boardwalk. And a ridiculously good hamburger served on a perfect patio.
Explore the Windsor waterfront and discover Pelee Island on this 3-day tour.
Itinerary highlights: fabulous food, a sculpture park, cycling through Essex Pelee Island Coast (EPIC) wine country, exploring Pelee Island and birding.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 5:00 PM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
A 4-day cycle along Lake Erie shorelines.
This four-day journey, which begins and ends in St. Thomas, takes you along quiet rural roads and a waterfront trail, down Lake Erie’s northern shoreline and through communities with rich maritime heritage and vast agricultural lands.
Reconnect on a romantic Pelee Island Escape.
Using Windsor as your starting point, explore Erie County’s wine region by bike on a Wine Trail Ride. Each Wine Trail Ride includes winery tastings, tours, a guide, support vehicle and a meal made with local foods produced in the region.
Monday, July 18, 2016 10:36 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Experience the rich culture and heritage of local towns while cycling on part of the Trans Canada Trail taking in picturesque Ontario countryside
This two-day ride begins and ends in the town of Caledonia, taking riders through a mix of rural landmarks and riverside views.
Cruise the Lake Erie Waterfront Trail around Canada’s most southern island
The Waterfront Trail appears to be the little trail that could. Since its inception just two decades ago, it has grown from a 270-km trail along Lake Ontario’s northern shore to a 1600-km trail that runs all the way from Lake Huron’s Grand Bend to the St. Lawrence River at the Ontario-Quebec border.
Kid friendly or black diamond.
Wildwood Conservation Area has approximately 30 km of trails, including a 24 km loop route around Wildwood Reservoir. The loop is mostly single track trails with some double track on the north side of the lake trail.