You don't need to stick to the same familiar trails, get out and explore some of these top trails
Trip Inspiration | Outdoor Recreation
Friday, July 28, 2017 3:00 PM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
The Thames River has nearly 400 km of waterways navigable by canoe or kayak and the Fanshawe Dam to
I had visited Norfolk County a couple of times in the past, using the area as a springboard to a great ride, following the Waterfront Trail, Port Dover to Fort Erie, or as part of a rail trail tour weekend on an Ontario By Bike Ride, from Dundas to Port Dover. I felt I knew something about the bike scene in the area. But it wasn’t until I recently spent a weekend dedicated to exploration and cycling adventures that I experienced a true appreciation for all things Norfolk.
If you’re in the mood for an adrenaline rush, try skydiving, parachuting, or wakeboarding along the shores of Grand Bend.
Go parasailing, paddleboarding, and sea-doing, or for those who like their water sports just a little less active check out their local fishing charters.