Just 15 minutes outside of Hamilton, Caledonia is a beautiful riverside community that offers a variety of unique boutique shops and fantastic community events. The green spaces, historic sites, and hometown service contribute to Caledonia’s welcoming small-town atmosphere.
- Centre 46 Art Studio
- Haldimand House Market Place
- Rustic and Reclaimed
- Drunken Figs
- Oranje Son Brewing
Located on the banks of the Grand River between Caledonia and Dunnville, the town of Cayuga offers unique shopping & dining opportunities, access to the Grand River, beautiful parks, and many events for the whole family.
- Wildwood Art Gallery and Studio
- Toronto Motorsports Park
- Cravings By Brittany
- Healing Earth
- Haldimand Hands on Health
Dunnville is a charming community located along the Grand River on Highway #3, between the Niagara and Hamilton regions. The revitalized downtown offers many unique shops and dining experiences. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, find fresh and local at our Farmers Markets. And don’t forget to snap a selfie with “Muddy”, the world’s largest mudcat!
- LVW Creative Barracks Art Studio & Gift Shop
- Dee Ann’s Ladies Wear
- Werger’s European Delicatessen
- Sweet Retro-Spect
Located along Highway 6, Hagersville is a bustling, community-oriented town. The local urban community is surrounded by prime agricultural land, creating an abundant supply of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and even baked goods.
- Baejj Simply Baked Bulk Foods and More
- Jepson’s Fresh Meats
- My Sweet Sweet World
- Olde Country Jewellers & Gifts
- Special Touch Flowers
Jarvis is a quiet community located at the crossroads of Highways 3 and 6. The historic village of Jarvis features some downtown shops and a paved trail through the community for great scenic walking trails and bird watching.
The quaint town of Selkirk is located 45 km southwest of Hamilton and a short drive from Dunnville, Cayuga, Port Dover, and Simcoe. Featuring local heritage attractions and the gateway to Selkirk Provincial Park, Selkirk boasts picturesque settings, quiet countryside, and the serene shoreline of Lake Erie.