Welcome to BJ’s Country Market and Oma’s Kitchen where you’re more than a customer… you’re a part of the family! Since 1988 Brad and Janey Scott, along with their three children, have taken pride in offering traditional Dutch food from scratch. When you go to BJ’s Country Market you’re getting the very best local food has to offer. See how this small butcher shop in Delaware has managed to evolve into a hot spot outside the city - and did we happen to mention BJ's has a new licensed patio?
Sundance Balloons is proof that in Middlesex County you really can take your business to new “heights”. Sundance specializes in giving their customers the experience of a lifetime with scenic hot air balloon rides. Find out how their spectacular location in Middlesex County has helped this 30-year-old business “take off” by offering dazzling rides over beautiful landscapes and providing the space necessary to design and manufacture custom hot air balloons on site.
Small town doesn't mean small flavours. Nikos Restaurant in Parkhill, Middlesex County, is serving up traditional Greek food with unmatched service and a Canadian flair. Serving wraps, soups, sandwiches, home-style dinners, and more. This is truly local food at its best! A family run business where the portions are big and the smiles are bigger. Learn from Nick Barkas, the owner’s son, why he thinks Nikos’ location in Middlesex County is “just what the customer ordered”.
Visit Middlesex Tourism
Step just outside the City to experience all of the sights and adventures of Middlesex County. From canoeing and camping to local dining and museums, waterslides, jumping pillows and more…there is a whole host of activity awaiting you when you Visit Middlesex.
Wardsville Golf Club
Beauty as far as the eye can see… that is what will greet you on the fairways of Wardsville Golf Club near the southern tip of Middlesex County. Friendly staff, and great meals served at the clubhouse, are icing on the cake after venturing out on this stunning twenty-seven (yes, we said twenty-seven!) hole course. Find out from co-owner, Laura Van Dyk why her family chose to invest in this hidden gem in Middlesex County more than 25 years ago and how it is now attracting the attention of golfers from far and wide.
Purple Hill Country Music Hall
Take a more than century old family farm, a love of great country music, and a remarkable couple with tremendous passion, and you’ve got the recipe for the amazing success of Purple Hill Country Music Hall. From their monthly dinner shows that draw crowds of over 300, to countless weddings and special events held on site, this once cattle auction barn holds wonderful memories for owners George and Anna Taylor and now plays home to some of Canada’s best country recording artists. Find out from George himself why so many people are willing to take the drive to Middlesex County to see what is happening up on Purple Hill.
Great Canadian Hideaway
It’s all in the name at the Great Canadian Hideaway; a place to get away from the everyday. Visitors to the Great Canadian Hideaway can fish, canoe, paddleboat or kayak on the 250 acre lake, take a leisurely stroll on the nature trails, swim in the huge heated pool, enjoy endless crafts and activities, or just kick back by the campfire and take in the night stars. This truly is camping at its best! Learn from owners Eric and Tania Vieira how moving to Middlesex County to run their business has been so “right” for them.
Clock Tower Inn/ Strathroy Ale House & Pub
Following a major renovation in the Spring of 2015, the Clock Tower Inn/Strathroy Ale House & Pub is taking the town by storm. Combining old world charm and hospitality with out-of-this-world modern amenities, the eight boutique suites offer visitors all the comforts one could imagine, right in the heart of downtown.
Texas Longhorn Ranch
Nestled in the Southwestern Ontario countryside, just west of London, you will find all the comforts and charm of Texas Longhorn Ranch. Owners Fred and Gail Cahill and their staff amaze and pamper guests from around the world, as they bring “Texas to Middlesex".