Oxford County

Oxford County

Oxford County is creative, quirky and devoted to the environment. It’s the perfect place for cyclists, cheese lovers and nature enthusiasts.

Explore conservation parks, natural areas and more than 100 kilometres of scenic trails on a visit to Oxford County.

From the famous Oxford Cheese Trail to the Annandale National Historic Site,  you’re sure to find something enjoyable that you’ll want to come back.

Map of Oxford County

Where is Oxford County?

Oxford County is conveniently located in Southwestern Ontario at the intersection of Highways 401 and 403. By car, travellers from Toronto can reach Oxford County within two hours by driving east via Highway 401.

Travellers can also use VIA Rail to reach Woodstock or Ingersoll from Toronto.

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Things to do in Oxford County

Explore a conservation area

The Wildwood Conservation Area is a 1,416-hectare outdoor playground that includes a 25-kilometre lake trail perfect for cycling or hiking.

Camp under the stars

The Pittock Conservation Area is home to over 250 campsites with 24-hour security.

Play a game of golf

Tee off with your friends at golf courses at Innerkip Highlands Golf Club, Oxford Hills or Sally Creek Golf Club.

Picnic on a berry farm

Pick blueberries, elderberries, raspberries and other fruits at Berrylicious Fruit Farm and enjoy unique picnics on the farm.

Explore the Oxford County Cheese Trail

The Oxford County Cheese Trail is a self-guided tour with over 30 stops featuring cheese makers, local restaurants and food producers, museums, artisans and boutiques.

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Last updated: February 16, 2024

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