Some amazing spots in Brant County have been showcased in the newest book in the Loops and Lattes series, "Hamilton and Area Hikes". To celebrate, one of the authors of the book, Amy Darrell, has written a special blog, just for our Brant Tourism page! Continue reading below for her take on five of the … Continue reading Brant Hikes – With Amy Darrell
The 2nd annual Brant Tour de Farm is just days away, and we got a rundown on what this event is all about. I sat down with the lead organizer and County of Brant Special Events Coordinator, Lisa Henrique, to get the skinny on Tour de Farm. We went back to the basics and asked … Continue reading The “5 W’s” of Tour de Farm
June 2nd, 2018 was a day to remember for Brant County and the Paris Skating Club. Skaters came from near and far for their opportunity to learn from two-time Olympic silver medallist, five-time world champion, and seven-time Canadian champion, Elvis Stojko. Elvis and his talented and bubbly wife, Mexican figure skater, Gladys Orozco, taught a … Continue reading Elvis Scores High in Brant!
The only thing more Canadian than exploring by paddle is exploring by paddle with a polar bear tagging along - sadly or thankfully - only one of these is really an option for us here! The County of Brant is so fortunate to have not one but TWO paddling rivers through it, the Grand and … Continue reading Canadian Canoe Culture Contest Highlights Brant!
The finalists have been named for the 2018 Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance (CSTA) PRESTIGE Awards, which recognizes sport tourism events, organizations, volunteers and leaders in seven different categories. We are pleased to announce that the 2017 Ontario ParaSport Winter Games jointly hosted by the City of Brantford and County of Brant is a finalist in … Continue reading City of Brantford & County of Brant Nominated for a National Tourism Award!
First off, let's agree on a set meaning for this article on what is meant by rural tourism. It is a form of tourism which takes place in any rural setting or location far enough from an urban centre that would otherwise be considered a ‘city’. The best example we can think of to find … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why Rural Tourism is Good for Your Health
Cravin' A Burger in Burford, Ontario is the go-to place for your burger fix! This 50's themed burger joint transports you back to the good ol' days when the new sounds of rock 'n' roll had everyone captivated, when the cars were a statement, and going out for a burger, some fries and a soda … Continue reading Sooo Are you Maybe ‘Cravin a Burger’?
The Windmill Country Market, located in the community of Mount Pleasant is a true hidden gem. It has gained much popularity during its years of business through word of mouth - the most satisfying and deep rooted form of marketing - and it's easy to see why! The lot where the market sits today was originally … Continue reading The Windmill Country Market is just ‘One of Those Places’
Slow down or you will miss it, Centennial Park, located just outside the quaint town of St. George, is the ideal picnic spot to spend a peaceful, summer afternoon listening to the diverse chatter of Ontario's songbirds, admiring the local history, or just lazing about watching the clouds. Whether you are sitting under the canopy … Continue reading “Those with not enough time to stop and enjoy nature need most to stop!”
To be able to better support the thousands of visitors who arrive each year, especially during the hyper-active summer season, Brant Tourism committed to putting a strategy together. Always conscience of resources and demanding of value we knew whatever strategy we came up with would have to be unique, flexible and capable of serving all … Continue reading Our Visitor Ambassador is “On Duty”!