Whether it’s rock climbing, shopping, taking in dinner and a show, watching a horse race or enjoying the thrill of an indoor sky diving experience, there are so many reasons Halton Region is a great place to live and visit.
Halton boasts beautiful vistas and landscapes with easy access to Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment. Our communities have small town charm, but offer big city shopping and dining. Whether you’re looking for farm fresh fun, cultural experiences, shopping orhiking, you’ll find something for everyone.
With so much to experience in Halton, it’s sometimes hard to know where to start. Our new tourism map, now available at tourism destinations around Halton, makes it easy to quickly see Halton destinations, attractions and activities. We can also help with our online event listing which showcases some of the highlights going on across the Region. Whether you’re a foodie wanting to enjoy some culinary delights, a family wanting some fun quality time or a weekend warrior looking for a new adventure, there’s sure to be something out of the ordinary waiting for you in Halton.
Our landscape plays a critical role in so many of the things to see and do in Halton. Whether it’s hiking Canada’s oldest and longest footpath, splashing at a beach, rock climbing or fishing, it can be easy to forget how impressive Halton’s landscape actually is. I recently saw a video created for the upcoming Epic Tour Halton, a cycling event that brings thousands of recreational cyclists to Halton, and it reminded me of how beautiful our natural environment is and why Halton Regional Council works so hard to protect it for future generations.
With the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World’s Biosphere Reserve to the north and 25 kilometres of frontage on beautiful Lake Ontario, Halton is home to stunning landscapes that attract people from near and far.
From outdoor adventures to special events at our museums, theatres and other community organizations, fine dining, shopping and much more, Halton is the perfect community to explore. This summer, explore Halton and enjoy everything we have to offer, right in your own backyard. Visit halton.ca/tourism to learn more or dial 311 to request a copy of the tourism map.