Haldimand County is a rural municipality in Southwestern Ontario. With over 80 kilometres of Lake Erie shoreline and the Grand River within its borders, it offers an abundance of options for paddling, nature viewing and fishing.
History buffs will also find many locations of interest in the county. Notably, this includes the Cottonwood Mansion Museum and Ruthven Park National Historic Site, two museums that give visitors the chance to experience life as it was in the 19th century.
Where is Haldimand County?
Located on the Niagara Peninsula, Haldimand County is an easy drive from several urban areas including the Greater Toronto Area, the city of Hamilton and Niagara Falls.
The region is also near three U.S. border crossings: the Peace Bridge between Buffalo and Fort Erie, the Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls and the Queenston Lewiston Bridge. The region is most easily explored by car or motorcycle.
Things to do in Haldimand County
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Last updated: November 28, 2023