Chatham-Kent Tourism is dedicated to providing you the very latest information on new products and experiences that will help you build your tour business
We will provide assistance in the development of customized itineraries, familiarization tours; photo’s and any other material that will help sell our experiences to your clientele.
We specialize in the following tours:
If you use receptive services, we can connect you with our local receptive, Ontario’s Fun Connection, who will provide you with a complete one stop service. For a complete list of receptive services, please contact Chatham-Kent Tourism.
Chatham-Kent is known as the northern terminus of the Underground Railroad. Please join us and retrace the steps of the fugitive slaves as they follow the North Star to Canada and freedom.
Student Educational Tours
Chatham-Kent has various student educational tours. Come explore our environmental tours or learn how history comes alive in Chatham-Kent.
Arts and Heritage play an important role in the life of Chatham-Kent. Nowhere else will you find such a unique combination of the arts, heritage, and entertainment?
EcoTours - Birds/Butterfly Migration
Travel to Chatham-Kent for a recreational birding tour that will put you right in the middle of the action at one of the best birding locations in the continent.
Explore the beginning of Southwestern Ontario’s wine route by touring Smith & Wilson Estate Winery. Make your day complete by enjoying blueberry homemade goodies after a tour of Parks Blueberries.
Across the eclectic landscape of Chatham-Kent’s 23 communities are unique shops that offer everything from the talents of locals to rare finds brought here from across the globe.
Special Event Tours
As the weather heats up in Chatham-Kent so does the events and festivals calendar. From May to late autumn weekend events include, car festivals, black heritage, arts and food.
Nearly 200 years ago one of the most important events in American and British history happened along the banks of the Thames River right here in present day Chatham-Kent.