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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
Drink And Be Merry
Drink And Be Merry
Winter Is For The Birds!
Winter Is For The Birds!
Make The Most Of Winter
Make The Most Of Winter
Brighten Your Nights At Upper Canada Village
Brighten Your Nights At Upper Canada Village
Can You Escape In Time?
Can You Escape In Time?

Drink And Be Merry

Say cheers to discovering locally-craft beer at Rurban Brewery – the first brewery back in Cornwall in about a century. This fiercely independent brewery crafts quality beer with all-natural ingredients where taste matches the unparalleled commitment to customer service here. Come explore the taproom at Rurban, open throughout the week, to get a taste for local brew!

Just down the road in Ingleside is Humble Beginnings Brewing Co. A small-batch brewery, taproom, bottle shop and beer garden, it has even been designated as a bicycle-friendly brewery.

Wood Brothers Brewing Company not only offers tours and frosty beers but the friendly brewmasters are always on-site to answer any questions.

Raise a glass to honour the change of seasons in Cornwall!

READ ALSO: 15 Breweries & Distilleries In South Eastern Ontario You Must Try – Volume 1,Volume 2,

Winter Is For The Birds!

A place for expert and rookie ornithologists alike. 9,000 hectares, 200 bird species and 8 kilometres of nature trails for hiking, skiing and snowshoeing. Feed the birds and experience nature up close and personal at the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary near Morrisburg. Many hearty species are still flitting about at this time of year and visitors can interact with them, as well as walk, ski and snowshoe in the sanctuary.

Make The Most Of Winter

Snow means go time in Cornwall and SDG Counties! Active is a lifestyle in the winter with sports heating up the colder months. Summerstown Trails allow visitors immersion in the quiet calm of woods along about 20 km of groomed cross-country ski trails and nine kilometres of snowshoe trails for winter use.

Explore like never before this winter on the many groomed trails in the counties with the South Eastern Ontario Snowmobile Trails! The trails let you discover beautiful snow-covered woods and field of eastern Ontario with routes built around stunning views, wide-open spaces, towns, fuel and food.

Enter an enchanting forest and ice skate along a wooded trail with your family! Sounds like something out of a fairy tale, but it’s real and in Cornwall and SDG Counties. Countryside Adventures offers forest skating, sledding, bonfires and more – a true outdoor park intent on celebrating winter.

Brighten Your Nights At Upper Canada Village

Bundle up and add some twinkle to the winter at Alight the Night! Upper Canada Village is transformed into an awe-inspiring, magical holiday season setting. Go for an evening stroll through this picture-perfect setting and enjoy the amazing display of lights. Close to one million lights adorn the heritage buildings, trees and fences, creating an enchanting winter wonderland! 

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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