5 Ways to Spend the May Long Weekend in South Dundas

May 20, 2022

Grab a bite at one of the many local restaurants

Give the kitchen a break this weekend. South Dundas is home to many unique culinary experiences. Explore the Upper Canada Creamery, home to the freshest top-quality organic grass-fed dairy products in Eastern Ontario. Sit back and relax with locally grown and produced wine from Stonecrop Acres. Enjoy it in one of the tasting rooms or on the patio while viewing the acres of vineyards. The long weekend means summer is around the corner and with summer comes the opening of many food trucks around South Dundas. Grab a bite and take it on the road and enjoy some of the scenic views of South Dundas.

Download the Tourism Pursuit App

Phone Screen displaying Tourism App

Download the South Dundas tourism App and begin collecting badges now

Looking for a fun interactive way to explore South Dundas? Look no further. The South Dundas Tourism pursuit app is a free app available on the App Store & Google Play. The purpose is to explore places within South Dundas. Each place has a scannable QR code that earns you a badge within the App. Enjoy the exploration of South Dundas or Compete against your friends to see who can earn the most badges!

Explore the St. Lawrence River

South Dundas is very fortunate to be located on one of the greatest river systems in the world. The St. Lawrence River is a freshwater source that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. Our Municipality offers you the chance to experience captaining your own vessel. Our Lending Library offers residents a wide range of equipment available to book, including kayaks, canoes, Paddleboards, and all other necessary equipment. Anyone can now enjoy the river experience first-hand. Contact the Recreation Department for more information.

Recreation Coordinator: Melissa Friolet mfriolet@southdundas.com

Visit the local farmers’ market to shop a variety of locally sourced products

As the ground thaws and crops begin to be planted across the fertile Agri-land within South Dundas, it will not be long until we are able to enjoy locally sourced products. But why wait? There are many local farmers’ markets that offer a variety of products and services unique to the area. Be sure to support local, and head out to check what these markets have to offer!

Iroquois Farmer’s Market- Follow on Facebook for more Information

Iroquois Farmers Market | Facebook

Morrisburg Farmer’s Market- Follow on Facebook for more information

Morrisburg Farmers Market | Facebook

Williamsburg Country Market- Follow on Facebook for more Information

Williamsburg Country Market | Facebook

Take in some of the local attractions unique to our area

Play the role of a tourist in your own backyard. South Dundas is home to many unique attractions that cannot be found anywhere else. Take a step back in time and visit Upper Canada Village for a flashback to Canadian History and one of the first settlements our nation has to offer. You could also see one of the world’s greatest engineering marvels. The St. Lawrence Seaway lock system was constructed in 1959 to supply a transnational shipping route from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. Ships from all over the globe pass through the Iroquois Lock daily, be sure to look at the flags on the back to determine how far they have traveled!

Join the South Dundas Tourism page for additional information on what is ongoing within the community and get out and explore South Dundas!

South Dundas Tourism | Facebook

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