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Historical Gems Tucked Around Every Corner

There are countless ways to enjoy Cornwall and SDG Counties. Whether it’s taking in beautiful waterfront trails, tantalizing your taste buds at one of many great dining establishments, shopping for that unique item or going to a festival or event, this area has a lot to offer. Cornwall has a rich history and a diverse culture. Cornwall has world-class amenities you’d expect from a big centre together with small-town charm and hospitality. Cornwall is situated at the heart of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, an area rich in history and natural beauty. From historic sites to popular campsites and beaches and world-class attractions, there is plenty to explore in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

  • 4.0 hrs from
    Toronto
  • 1 hr from
    Ottawa
  • 1.5 hrs from
    Montreal
Get Creative!
Get Creative!
Lock In Date Night Plans
Lock In Date Night Plans
Raise A Glass
Raise A Glass
A New Way To Tour The Waterfront
A New Way To Tour The Waterfront
Share Your Love Of Food
Share Your Love Of Food

Get Creative!

If you are a beginner creative or looking to level up your art game, then Priest’s Mill Arts Centre in Alexandria will be your new haven. With classes in stained glass, glassblowing and much more, this arts education and exhibition space strive to support and promote regional artists. Book an art class for the most inspiring spring date experience!

Lock-In Date Night Plans

Grab a coffee and go to the Iroquois Lock to watch the ships going through. Iroquois Lock is one of five short canals on the Seaway system, including 15 locks that are filled and emptied by gravity. The locks make up the world’s most spectacular lift system, with ships measuring up to 225.5 metres in length are routinely raised as high as a 60-storey building to above sea level. That’s something to see!

Raise A Glass

Wood Brothers Brewery is a small batch farm brewery on 65 acres of rolling countryside in Glen Robertson. These quality and hop-forward beers have earned a loyal following for a reason. Check online for tap room hours this spring to enjoy speciality batch suds with your date.

A New Way To Tour The Waterfront

New on the scene and ready to mingle! Experience a different date night and be one of the first to take a Waterfront Tour. These tours are human-powered by a guide in a velo-tour cab taking you on a magical journey along Cornwall’s beautiful waterfront. Combine your tour with dinner at one of Cornwall’s restaurants to make it an outing to remember!

Share Your Love Of Food

Cornwall Food Tours is all about showcasing amazing food in that Cornwall has to offer! The tours highlight the best spots in Cornwall to grab a great bite to eat, learn some interesting history and most of all have fun! Sign us up!

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48 Hours: Exploring SDG Counties In The Fall

South Eastern Ontario is known for its noshing opportunities and savouring a drink or two. But the heart of this region belongs to the producers and thriving farms, restaurants, breweries and wineries in it. Within our region is SDG Counties - Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry, which is an emerging mecca for wine and beer enthusiasts.  Spending the weekend away in SDG Counties on a little couples escape sounded like an ideal Fall experience. We visited North and South Stormont, N...

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Locals Recommend: 28 Things To Do, Eat, And See In Cornwall & SDG Counties

So Much To Explore! 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 Cornwall and the SDG Counties. Here are some underrated pockets of this area you may have walked by a million times. With on-going developments regarding the global pandemic, please visit each location’s website, or connect with their staff via email and teleph...

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A Chilling Paranormal Event At The Historic SDG Jail

"I ain't afraid of no ghost!" The Historic SDG Jail is one of the oldest public structure in Ontario, dating back to 1844. There have been various episodes by the staff and visitors of foul smells, creepy sounds, and phones ringing that have been disconnected for years. This is a true story that happened to us when we visited the night of paranormal investigation and intrigue from 7 PM - 1 AM. As many ghost stories begin, my day started out quite pleasant. I checked in to the Best Western...

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