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Historical Gems Tucked Around Every Corner

Cornwall is situated in the heart of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. Whether it’s taking in the beautiful waterfront trails, tantalizing your taste buds at one of the many great restaurants, visiting the historic sites, and popular campsites, there are countless ways to enjoy this destination.

  • 4.0 hrs from
    Toronto
  • 1 hr from
    Ottawa
  • 1.5 hrs from
    Montreal
Quench Your Thirst This Fall
Quench Your Thirst This Fall
Set The Night Ablaze At Pumpkinferno
Set The Night Ablaze At Pumpkinferno
Fall Fun On Two Wheels In Cornwall and SDG Counties
Fall Fun On Two Wheels In Cornwall and SDG Counties
Swing Into A New Season
Swing Into A New Season
Can You Escape In Time?
Can You Escape In Time?

Quench Your Thirst This Fall

Cornwall and SDG Counties is an emerging mecca for wine and beer enthusiasts. Touring between breweries and wineries is the perfect fall day well spent. Beautiful countryside? Check. Refreshing bevvies? Check. Ambience through the roof and trend-setting brew houses? Check. The hardest part about a wine and beer tour in Cornwall and SDG Counties is deciding where to stop first!

Set The Night Ablaze At Pumpkinferno

The Pumpkinferno Festival lights up the night sky in Upper Canada Village every October. This hauntingly beautiful and spellbinding outdoor exhibit showcases close to 6,000 awe-inspiring, hand-carved artificial pumpkins. Once lit, the night-time backdrop makes for an incredible sight! You’ll marvel as you stroll through and see incredible renditions of historic ages, animals, mythical characters and so much more… all carved from pumpkins!

Fall Fun On Two Wheels In Cornwall and SDG Counties

See the fall colours unfold before your eyes while biking along the Waterfront Bike Trail, spanning the length of Cornwall and the South Dundas Glengarry counties. This marvelous meandering cyclist recreational path encompasses the entire waterfront in Cornwall promising amazing views of the changing fall foliage as a backdrop to the blue of the water. Pack a picnic and stop in Cornwall’s Lamoureux Park along the way to enjoy the relaxed pace that fall brings!

Gray’s Creek Conservation Area is another unique place to cycle, hike and enjoy nature. Located minutes from Cornwall in South Glengarry, this 43-hectare area is part of the Raisin Region Conservation Authority. Hop on your bike to take advantage of a paved bike path, as well as 5 km of nature trails. Be sure to watch for a wide variety of birds, amphibians, and animals that live here. A great family outing awaits at Gray’s Creek!

Swing Into A New Season

Hit the links in Cornwall at Summerheights Golf Links, featuring two dynamic 18-hole golf courses in one location.  Dating back to 1962 Summerheights continues to be family owned and operated and evolve as the game does. Enjoy the matured MacLennan South Course – this one requires some smarts on the tees – and finishing, too! Don’t be shy with your putter to finish strong on this course. The Matheson West Course within Summerheights is the newest featuring large greens, tree-lined fairways and water. Round out the day at the lively Clubhouse to share your hole-in-one story.

Can You Escape In Time?

Plan your escape from the hottest new entertainment attraction: Rush Hour Escapes Cornwall. To complete the mission in this challenging real-life adventure game, players have to work together to find clues, crack codes and solve puzzles to escape before time runs out.  Your adventure awaits with one of the four escape room missions: Operation Mindfall; Magic Portal; Gallery Heist or CSI: Cornwall Murder.

Groups of four to eight players have 60 minutes on the clock to find their way around the mission by solving puzzles that test your brain and teamwork skills. Round up family and friends and see if you can speed through rush hour in Cornwall!

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