Southern Grand River Country & Ontario's South Coast
The Grand River widens when it flows through the communities of Brantford, Six Nations, Caledonia, Cayuga, and Dunnville, and empties into Lake Erie, where stretches of unspoiled beach along Ontario's South Coast are ideal for every water adventure.
Explore Canada's aboriginal heritage at Kanata Iroquois Village in Brantford with its 17th Century longhouse, palisade and cedar tree maze.
Be amazed by the collection of cobblestone buildings in the lovely town of Paris. Browse the native craft shops of Six Nations and New Credit and take home a dream catcher. The mansion and beautiful grounds at Ruthven Park National Historic Site near Cayuga reveal the ambitions and successes of early settlers.
Backus Heritage Conservation area near Port Rowan features a working 1798 grist mill. Fresh produce is always featured at the Cider Keg, south of Simcoe and when the sun sets, dine aboard Grand River Cruises, near Caledonia.
Foot-long hot dogs and a sandy beach tempt visitors to Port Dover while the world biosphere at Long Point beckons in the background.