Halton Region

Halton is a vibrant and attractive destination.  Located centrally in Southern Ontario, the Halton Region extends along 25 kilometers of Lake Ontario shoreline. Within the region are the cities of Burlington and Oakville, and the towns of Halton Hills and Milton.

Popular attractions in the region include:

Burlington's Royal Botanical Gardens, Ontario, Canada.→ the Royal Botanical Gardens
Glen Eden Ski and Snowboard Centre / Kelso Conservation Area
the Canadian Golf Hall Of Fame
Mohawk Raceway and Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG) Slots
Lively shopping districts, fine dining and festivals and events
More than twenty year-round equestrian facilities.  Halton is a major equestrian centre, with more than 1,040 horse farms in the region.

Glen Abbey Golf Course, Oakville, Ontario

The Halton Region is in the middle of the connecting route between two of Ontario's largest urban areas: the Greater Toronto Area and the city of Hamilton.  But the Halton Region is located within the Province's designated Greenbelt zone, and there are many outdoor attractions and opportunities to enjoy nature.  The Niagara Escarpment  that runs north through the region is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, recognized for its unique landscape.  There are opportunities for cycling, hiking, canoeing, birding, swimming, fishing, downhill skiing, rock climbing and golf.  In particular, the Halton Region is home to Glen Abbey, one of Canada's greatest golf courses, and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.


There are many Halton greenhouses, nurseries, pick-your-own farms, farmer’s markets or farm entertainment attractions, which include Sheridan Nursery, Terra Greenhouses, Tuitman’s and Van Dongen’s. Other specialty farm experiences can be enjoyed at farm attractions like, Andrews Scenic Acres, Chudleigh’s Farm, Clembrook Christmas Farm, Fish 4 Trout, Springridge Farm, and White Rock Ostrich Farm.


 

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