Take the road less travelled and find yourself in charming Blenheim. Getting off the 401 at Kent Bridge Road will lead you along the historic Talbot Trail and the shore of Lake Erie.
Ask any visitor or resident and one of the highlights of Blenheim is the beautiful town square, featuring a splash pad to cool off in when the summer sun beats down. For those preferring to stay dry, the many boutique shops, fine dining options and ice cream treats await your arrival.
The winding roads will lead golf enthusiasts to Deer Run Golf Course or Willow Ridge Golf and Country Club. For those interested in curling, The Blenheim Golden Acres Curling Club is a four sheet curling club and some say it has "the best ice you'll ever find". Seasonally you can also take part in recreational skating or swimming or watch sporting event at one of the municipalities many facilities.
Seasonally, mouth-watering fruits of all varieties are waiting to be picked and brought home as the perfect ingredients for a berry or peach pie. Be sure to make a stop at nearby Pardo's Berrie Farm, or linger at Greatview Orchards for a great selection of fruits and veggies. Delhaven Orchards will surely delight as well with seasonal offerings of apples and peaches and a wide variety of locally grown fruits.
Annually in June, auto enthusiasts can enjoy the Blenheim Classics Car Show while visitors and residents alike celebrate CherryFest every July.
Blenheim has the undeniable charm of a small town and is a quick drive or nice bike ride to the beautiful shores of Lake Erie. There's no doubt that Blenheim is worth going out of your way for.