Norm Merz

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Haldimand County offers many opportunities to enjoy nature

Haldimand County offers many opportunities to enjoy nature

Those living in Haldimand County have an excellent opportunity to interact with all kinds of marine life. Whether you’re canoeing or kayaking or out on a vessel on Lake Erie, the fishing can be as extreme as you like in Haldimand!  There is also magnificent conservation and birding along the Grand River and Lake Erie shoreline. Marine activities are about to get a little more vibrant as we gear up for the spring season.

Getting out onto the river in Haldimand is not difficult. Gather up your fishing license or renew it online at: https://www.ontario.ca/page/renew-replace-or-update-outdoors-card  and get out on the water. Visit the Haldimand County online and discover its #FishingGuide! Read about the top 10 spots, overlook hiking maps, cast into a nearby hole or hire a charter this April in Haldimand!

A hidden gem of Haldimand County is Ruthven Park. This nature centre serves brunches after touring The Migratory Bird Banding Station April 22. Visit Get Wild Baby Earth Day Shower, and roam the historical buildings and Greek mansion at this beautiful destination ground. Before heading out, read the Bird Banding Blog at: http://www.ruthvenparknatureblog.com/

Caledonia is loaded with trails and paths. Caledonian Kinsmen Park and Towpath, Patterson or Ramsay Walkway are all great strolling spots. The Rotary Riverside Trail with access from Seneca Park and Thistlemoor Park Pathway make Caledonia a hiker and dog walker’s paradise. For all future X Games and Olympians, Haldimand is also  home to the Aaron & Devin Koocher Memorial Skatepark.

From Port Dover to Lowbanks, Haldimand County has a stunning shoreline to reel in big game fish. The Grand River, beaches and conservation also offers recreational outlets unlike big city living. Haldimand County offers loads of amenities as well as great opportunities to enjoy the outdoors!

Join in on the winter activities in Haldimand County

Join in on the winter activities in Haldimand County

Join a club or lace up your skates for some stimulating winter fun in Haldimand County!

Get your brain working with Lego Fridays and Saturdays. Dunneville Lego Club runs Fridays 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. through January. The Cayuga Lego Club drop-in takes place on Saturdays 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. through the month. 

Test your wordsmith skills by joining the Scrabble Club 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays. This informal and entertaining afternoon is a great way to combat your winter blues! This drop-in program takes place at Caledonia Public Library located at 100 Haddington St., Fridays throughout January in Haldimand County.

Join some pleasant company while working on your knitting and/or crochet projects. All experience levels are invited to Dunnville Library (please bring your own supplies). Contact 289-674-0400 for more details about this Feb. 8 group date.

Visit Haldimand County website at: http://www.haldimandcounty.on.ca/calendar.aspx?eventid=43546 for the full schedule and details on public skates, adult, woman and youth shinny hockey and open figure skates happening around Haldimand.  Also, if you love to skate don’t miss the Tim Horton Public Skates happening in Hagersville, Cayuga, Dunnville and Caledonia on multiple occasions throughout January in the region!

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