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Thamesville and Area

Driving into Thamesville, on Victoria Road, you will cross the new bridge with four commemorative pillars from the old historic truss bridge. Each pillar features an eye catching distinct flag honouring the area's history. In town, have a tasty meal on Johnny Quests' patio and grab an ice cream cone from Bent Tin Baked Goods or The Sugared Spoon for dessert. 

In June, you and your family will love the Thamesville Threshing Festival with fair rides, live music, artisan vendors, and so much more. Visit Parks Blueberries to pick your own blueberries and wander through their beautiful gift shop. You will definitely want to take home some of their famous blueberry scones. Afterwards keep traveling along Longwood Roads otherwise known as Longwoods Barn Quilt Trail.  Keep an eye out for colourful artistry squares atop many of the barns. Along the drive, you can visit the Battle Hill Historical Site and Tecumseh Parkway and Monument, to learn more about the War of 1812. 

Every Labour Day weekend, you can visit Delaware Nation at Moraviantown to see the Eelūnaapèewii Lahkèewiit Delaware Nation Pow Wow. In the fall, spend the day getting lost with your family in the famous iMaze, one of Ontario's largest corn mazes. Your kids can pick the perfect pumpkin for a Jack-o'–lantern and enjoy several play areas including jumping on the Jumbo Jumper. Embrace the autumn season by visiting Van Koeverden Apple Orchards for a great selection of apples.

In the winter, you can pick and cut the perfect Christmas tree at Puddleford Tree Farm. Make sure to visit their gift shop, you will find local handmade wood pieces and other treasures. Complete the day by taking the family to Ferguson Park to go tobogganing on the giant hill.