We all want to look back on our summers and reminisce on the memories made, laughs we shared, and celebrated moments that will never be forgotten. When in Middlesex County, adventure and escape await within our charming communities offering everything from fairs and festivals, to natural sites and must-see scenic views. Simple escapes like these are important to cherish, but can be so easily missed, especially with the distraction of electronics that often keep us from being present. This summer we challenge you to a day away from your screens…a day of disconnect in order to reconnect with yourself and those you care about in Middlesex County. Whether you’re personally trying to cut back on screen-time, looking to get the kids outdoors, or looking to challenge yourself, were setting you up for success with our full day itinerary, which lists a few of our favourite activities, each ranging in category, and no electronic devices required!
While Middlesex County is home to municipalities that range in size and attractions, each boasts a thriving sports community and shares a commitment to cherishing current and future recreational opportunities. Throughout the past two years, Middlesex County and the majority of the world have been forced to pause several recreational opportunities; leaving children, adults, and supporting members with a missing piece in their weekly routine. Recreation, beyond its contributions to developing strong social bonds, civic engagement and community health, also directly affects the tourism industry and overall economy. Within its role, local parks and recreational facilities attract tourists and residents to the area, generating an increase in population and property value while attracting new business developments to the area, and therefore an increase in economic activity and opportunity. Amongst the growing benefits recreation provides, and as our local municipalities have resumed recreational activities this year, we decided to take a closer look at its direct effect on one of our local municipalities and what residents can look forward to!
Are you ready for a summer filled with unforgettable memories? As we embark on the beginning of a warm, adventurous, and memorable season, it’s time to gather with friends and family and start crafting your perfect summer itinerary. As our previous summer festivities have been limited, this summer our local organizations are beyond excited and ready to bring on the fun in the sun, with a variety of new and returning events to experience.
When in Middlesex County, there is plenty of opportunity to immerse yourself in different activities and experiences. Yet, with the endless possibilities of what we can do, and only having 24 hours in a day, we thought we would save you the planning, and cultivate the perfect Middlesex County bucket list.
Whether you are treating yourself to a day out, or wanting to create lifelong memories with your loved ones, we have made sure our summer bucket list has something for everyone to enjoy!
Middlesex County’s Department of Economic Development Receives International Acclaim for Its Promotion of Local Businesses and Tourism Assets – Taking Home Coveted Hermes Marketing Awards in all Four Categories of Entry
There is nothing more welcoming than a hand-crafted, beautifully watered and flourishing garden. Filled with brightly coloured petals, elaborately sprouted leaves, and delicate floral scents, those that simply plant and bring to life a vibrant array of flora possess a true talent with their green thumb.
The long awaited sunshine has finally arrived after a grueling and fierce winter, and we cannot wait to get outdoors and freshen up the landscaping around our homes.
Living in Middlesex County, there’s always a sense of rural charm no matter where you are located, but if you’re just beginning the creation of your outdoor masterpiece, or unsure whether gardening is for you… here is some encourage-mint on why it is something to consider!
Middlesex County’s Department of Economic Development and Tourism is pleased to announce that it received a prestigious award from the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) for its marketing efforts in 2021.
Lush recreational trails, adventure-filled experiences, savoury local flavours and unique accommodations are waiting to reignite your senses and fill you with wonder in your own backyard. That’s the message of the new commercial being released by Middlesex County’s Department of Economic Development this week. “Middlesex County has an abundance of unique destinations for our residents and visitors to discover; and we invite them to consider the possibilities to safely explore what is just outside their doors," said Cara Finn, Director of Economic Development and Tourism.