The beach is a magical place where time stands still and the day can be spent relaxing on soft sand or surfing Lake Hurons’ pristine blue water. Visitors and residents agree – It Starts At The Beach – and we also know it Ends Where You Want!
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The area boasts an impressive assortment of accommodations built on the unique stories of the families who own and operate them. Hosts-with-the-most pride themselves on offering exquisitely local guest experiences.
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Enjoy adrenaline junkie activities like skydiving, parasailing, seadooing, paddleboarding and skateboarding. Take in the MOPAR Nationals at Grand Bend Motorplex or a theatre production at Huron Country Playhouse.
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Feast on food and drink by culinary creators who use their vision to produce extraordinary edibles!
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You’re going to check boxes off your shopping list you didn’t know you had! In the quaint villages, towns and communities along Lake Huron’s shoreline, shopping becomes a pleasure again.
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Enjoy FREE concerts on Grand Bend’s beach each Sunday or holiday Monday in July and August. Music series highlights Canadian home-grown talent playing original music with some covers thrown in and covers all genres from rock, celtic, country, blues and more.
LARGEST HURON SHORELINE CELEBRATION
Grand Bend’s Main Beach hosts the shorelines largest Canada Day celebrations featuring live music starting at 8pm and fireworks at 10pm. Estimates place attendees at near 20,000 people! Come early and stay for the day.
Unique Cultural Gem
For 50 years, the Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point have invited everyone to attend their PowWow. Enjoy traditional dance competitions, drumming, crafts and foods and admire the beautiful, handcrafted, ceremonial regalia.
PLAN YOUR LAKE ESCAPE
When the Grand Trunk Railway was built through where the town now sits, the station was named for the dense forest. Learn More
Fruit and fossils are two major reasons to visit Arkona, one of Ontario’s smallest communities. Learn More
Zurich is located in the heart of the white bean agricultural area of Huron County, where thousands of tons of these small dry beans are grown, processed, packaged and shipped worldwide. Learn More
A thriving community in the heart of Ontario’s magnificent agricultural area in Huron County, Exeter is known as The Home of the White Squirrel. Learn More