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Tourism

Welcome! South Huron offers plenty of ways to enjoy natural beauty and popular attractions. Take a drive to the picturesque shores of Lake Huron or explore the bountiful woodlands. Enjoy a visit to our charming villages and vibrant downtown stores in Exeter. Sample some delicious local food at our restaurants. Check out our unique community events and festivals. There's lots to see and do in South Huron!

 

Nature

South Huron has a new amenity that is a real gem for residents and visitors alike called the MacNaughton-Morrison Trail. The four kilometre all-season trail winds through the picturesque Ausable River valley between MacNaughton Park in Exeter and Morrison Dam Conservation Area on Morrison Line.

South Huron offers several wonderful picnic sites including:

  • Elliott Park located in Exeter on the west side of Main Street (Highway 4) at the bridge;
  • MacNaughton Park located across Main Street from Elliott Park;
  • Morrison Dam is a short drive east of Exeter on Morrison Line;
  • Port Blake Day Park and beach is located at the corner of Bluewater Highway (Highway 21) and Dashwood Road (Highway 83);
  • Crediton Community Park is in the centre of the small village of Crediton.

 

Shopping and Dining

Choose from a wealth of shopping and dining options for business, employees and residents. South Huron is one of the most agriculturally productive municipalities in Ontario, so we invite you to explore the many fine dining establishments that use fine  home grown foods.

Whether you are an avid collector or just interested in purchasing some unique antiques and gifts, our numerous specialty shops are guaranteed to have something for everyone. Take a day trip and explore our shops or stay a while and explore even more.

 

Huron Local First Program

Buy Local First campaigns are sweeping across the continent and have reached Huron County. For more information regarding this program please click here.

 

Ontario's West Coast

Relax in the sun on the shores of sparkling Lake Huron, explore the quaint countryside and heritage streetscapes, or experience a breathtaking sunset and discover why Huron County is a vacation destination of charm, culture, beauty and endless possibilities.

To find out information about tourism in Huron County, visit Ontario's West Coast

To find out information about the tourism sign program, click here.

 

Exeter Rodeo

The 16th annual Exeter Rodeo held on August 10 - 12, 2012 was a success.  Exeter has become a great rodeo with a tremendous committee. The committee worked constantly ensuring both the fans and competitors were looked after. The Ram Rodeo SOLD OUT dance has become the local homecoming event of the year. This event happens annually on the weekend directly following the Civic Holiday. 

For complete rodeo results and event details go to http://www.exeterrodeo.com