Take the road less travelled to Wallaceburg for rich history, local food and scenery second to none.
is among the top attractions annually in August to set aside time to enjoy in Chatham-Kent. The Wallaceburg Antique Motor and Boat Outing (WAMBO) is one the largest transportation shows in the country.
The Wallaceburg Farmers' Market is a great place to purchase fruits and vegetables, cheese, bread, baked goods, local honey and more. It takes place downtown on one specific Saturday in June, July, August and September from 8 a.m. to noon. (2019 dates to come) Also In the summer, the Wallaceburg & District Council for the Arts hosts a free Outdoor Summer Concert Series. Shows are Tuesday nights in Library Park and run mid June to mid August from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Bring a lawn chair or blanket if you plan to attend, and bug spray!
Downtown Wallaceburg also offers charming shopping and dining opportunities around every corner. For the curious at heart, the Wallaceburg & District Museum is filled with amazing history and exhibits.
If it's scenery you're after, visit MacDonald Park along the Snye River, Crothers Conservation Area along Running Creek River, or Brander Park along the St. Clair River.