Chatham-Kent is filled with iconic landscapes, like the Erieau pier and lighthouse overlooking Lake Erie, unique architecture like the teal Lou Stonehouse walking bridge in Wallaceburg, and beautiful public art like the Place of Many Grasses sculpture at the Chief Tecumseh Monument along Highway 2. Don't miss our most picturesque spots while you're visiting the area.
Below are just a few instagrammable locations suggested by the Chatham-Kent to the Power of Young People Action Group:
- Talbot Trail Place, Blenheim
- Parks Blueberries farm, Bothwell
- Place of Many Grasses, Chief Tecumseh Monument on Highway 2 outside of Bothwell
- Chatham mural, beside Centro Woodfired Kitchen in Chatham
- Dutch Market food sign with bicycle, Chatham
- Kingston Park Splash Pad, Chatham
- Loaded2Go, Chatham
- Retro Suites, Chatham
- Sons of Kent tasting room, Chatham
- Downtown barn quilts, Dresden
- Union Block Bakery, Dresden
- Bayside Brewery patio and bayview, Erieau
- Sunset from Rondeau Joe's
- Lighthouse and Pier, Erieau
- Mary Webb Centre building, Highgate
- Wood carvings along the South Lakeshore Trail, Mitchell's Bay
- Flintstones Car on South Lakeshore Trail, Mitchell's Bay
- Sunsets, Mitchell's Bay - best in the Chatham-Kent
- Crazy 8 Barn & Garden, Morpeth
- Schoolhouse at Buxton National Historic Site and Museum, North Buxton
- Tulip Tree Trail, Rondeau
- Clocktower, Thamesville
- Boonies Drive-In Theatre and mural, Tilbury
- Downtown walking bridge, Wallaceburg
Why not extend your stay and take advantage of one of our many hotels or bed and breakfast locations?
We've outlined just some of the things to do when you #VisitCK, but be sure to come and discover on your own. Follow #SeeYouinCK on Facebook and Instagram for more great places to visit and ways to spend your days in Chatham-Kent.
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