To The Haldimand Press
HALDIMAND—As part of its ‘Real. Local.’ advertising campaign, Haldimand County’s Economic Development and Tourism division has launched a Haldimand Road Trip map. The map encourages residents to stay local and explore ‘hidden gems’ in the community this fall.
The Haldimand Road Trip map features two scenic routes in Haldimand County. The South Haldimand Lakeside Route follows the shores of Lake Erie from Nanticoke to Port Maitland, and the West Haldimand Loop traverses the charming towns of Caledonia, Hagersville, and Canfield.
Both routes feature recommendations for stops along the way including historical sites, breathtaking photo opportunities, unique retail experiences, and great places to eat.
“The idea behind the map is to inspire locals and neighbouring communities to explore our beautiful county, while supporting local businesses,” said Lidy Romanuk, Haldimand County’s Manager of Economic Development and Tourism.
In addition to the physical map, a digital version is available at TourismHaldimand.ca which includes an interactive guide of all Road Trip stops as well as links to all local businesses.
The ‘Real. Local.’ Haldimand Road Trip map can be picked up at any Haldimand County library, museum or at the Haldimand County Administration Building (53 Thorburn St. S., Cayuga) or at The Haldimand Press office (6 Parkview Rd., Hagersville). Individuals or businesses who would like to have copies of the Road Trip Map – or other Haldimand County maps or guides – may contact email@example.com.
The creation of the Haldimand Road Trip map is part of the County’s COVID-19 business recovery marketing campaign currently being implemented by its Economic Development and Tourism division.
The campaign and associated initiatives were made possible through funding received by the FedDev Ontario Regional Relief Recovery Fund.