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Let your adventure run wild when discovering Middlesex County’s diverse variety of activities! Take a step into nature and stroll through a protected trail, capture your children’s smiles and laughter as they play in our sports fields, or take the day with friends and family to tee off at one of our well-kept golf courses. The County values fun for everyone and is home to an abundant list of activities for both the adventurous and the leisurely to enjoy.

Conservation Areas

Some of the most breathtaking and adventurous Conservation areas within Ontario can be found in Middlesex County. As Conservation areas provide a space for the public to engage in many activities and immerse themselves in the essence of the outdoors, these protected areas are more than just a pretty place. Conservation areas aid in protecting forests, wetlands, plant and wildlife, and are home to a diverse array of upland and wetland plant communities, with some species known as globally rare!


Cast away at one of the County rivers, creeks or ponds that are great for reeling in a Northern Pike, Small Mouth Bass, Rainbow Trout or even Pickerel. 


Read the green and decide which County golf course is most suitable for your game. Set between lavish Carolinian forests and fertile farmers fields, Middlesex County has a variety of course styles suited to every level of golfer. From private, semi-private to public golf courses, the courses will both challenge and entertain the duffer or up and coming pros.

Horseback Riding

Giddy-up and gallop through the County as you explore our horseback riding facilities and businesses! For both the young and the young at heart, horseback riding is an activity that can be enjoyed year round – on the ranch or trails.

Sports & Recreation

With a killer swing on the diamond, or a wicked slap shot on the ice… let’s see you show off your athletic talents right here in Middlesex County. A thriving sports community with an abundance of recreational opportunities for all ages… there’s no limits to what you can do, and what better way to cool off than by visiting our local splash pads and pools.