Minutes from Toronto - A World Away
Escarpment Country™ is home to incredible landscapes, small town charm and endless recreational opportunities that are waiting to be explored.
PLAY With over 10,000 acres of natural lands and seven conservation parks, there is a wide range of recreational activities from hiking and bird watching to downhill skiing and cycling. Discover museums, antique shopping, tea rooms, golfing, slots, standardbred racing and family friendly fun. Blessed with rich farmlands to grow nature’s bounty, our farm markets feature seasonal fruits and vegetables including strawberries, blueberries, apples, pumpkins and corn on the cob and treats like sweet maple syrup. Load up your baskets with pickyour-own produce, browse through the unique farm market gift shops and let the kids explore the many play areas for a fun-filled family day. For those with a green thumb, there are miles of greenhouses at our garden centres, overflowing with colourful plants and gardening tools to make all of your landscaping dreams a reality. Take a step back in time with a trip to one of our many museums and heritage sites. For a unique historical experience ride the rails at the Halton County Radial Railway for an experience you won’t forget.
After a spirited day exploring the area you can be certain there will be plenty of welcoming places to spend the night. Escarpment CountryTM offers a variety of accommodation choices to relax and re-energize after an exciting day. Whether you enjoy a plush hotel suite, glamping or rustic campsites, wherever you choose to stay, you will find “big city luxury” or “quaint and cozy” at an affordable price all in Escarpment CountryTM!
Milton is a unique and novel shopping mecca with shops on our old-fashioned Main Street. Escarpment CountryTM offers an extensive selection of stores, artisan studios and galleries both in town and sprinkled throughout the countryside. In the heart of Downtown Milton, you can enjoy an atmosphere where the pride of ownership has preserved the old fashioned flavour of our downtown core. Stroll along historic Main Street, where Victorian architecture is showcased with beautifully restored buildings and where colourful hanging baskets add vibrant colour to the streets. Every Saturday morning, from mid May to Thanksgiving weekend, you can take your weekly shopping list to the Milton Farmers’ Market, operated by the Milton Chamber of Commerce. With the historic Main Street core reserved for pedestrians only, you are free to stroll and visit the many farmers, craft vendors, florists, artisans and musicians for a complete sensory experience of sight, sound, scent and colour.
EAT Take a break from shopping to relax over a meal on an outdoor patio trendy bistro or a historic restaurant filled with heritage. Sidle up to the coffee bar for a hot beverage and biscotti while you enjoy chatting with others. Savour a casual meal in a family restaurant or a relaxing feast in a cozy pub. Escarpment CountryTM has a dining experience to suit every taste and appetite.
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1. Andrews’ Scenic Acres 2. Arbor Garden Centre 3. Chudleigh’s Apple Farm
4. Conservation Halton 5. Country Heritage Park
6. Destination Campbellville
7. Downtown Milton
8. Halton County Radial Railway
9. Mattamy National Cycling Centre 10. Milton Farmers’ Market
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12. Woodbine Mohawk Park 13. Mohawk Inn & Conference Centre
14. Springridge Farm
15. Stonehaven Farm Market
16. Risposta Bistro
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11. Milton Heights Campground
17. Toronto West KOA Campground
18. Town of Milton
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Escarpment Country™ is a registered trademark and marketing initiative of the Milton Chamber of Commerce.
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Nestled in the heart of Escarpment CountryTM is a rustic getaway connected to our adjoining campground, Toronto West KOA.
Come mark Canada’s 150th anniversary with a unique Canadian tradition. On August 1st, 2017 experience the RCMP Musical Ride for yourself, followed by an evening of live Standardbred racing at Mohawk Racetrack.
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Over 20 unique family friendly events are held on site throughout the year.
One-of-a-kind venues that will add character and charm to any weddings, corporate meetings, or celebrations.
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