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Explore Goderich
The prettiest town in Canada

Goderich known for it's architecture, beaches and history is featured as one of the must see small towns by the Canadian Living Magazine. Read More


The Downtown 'Square'

Like any small town in Ontario, the heart of the community can be found in its historic downtown. The Octagon shaped downtown centre features popular events, shopping boutiques and local farmer's markets. View Special Events View Shopping & Markets

The Beach

There is no doubt that one of the biggest draws to Goderich is the beautiful shores of Lake Huron. Three picturesque beaches to choose from connected by a wooden boardwalk. Take a romantic walk by the beach, kayak or paddle-board the lake while the sun sets in the background. Rent Kayaks & Paddle-Boards


The Lighthouse

The Goderich Lighthouse sits on the edge of a bluff with spectacular views of Lake Huron. This historical landmark was built in 1847 and is the oldest lighthouse on the Canadian shores of Lake Huron. Make your way up during the day for views of the lake's turquoise waters and during the evening for breathtaking sunsets.

Menesetung Bridge &
Hiking Trails

Historically, the bridge served as a train passage for the Canadian Pacific Rail. It now serves as a pedestrian pathway with lovely views of the Maitland River. A favourite stop over for hikers and cyclists. 
View Maitland Trail
View G2G Trail
Rent a Bike


Naftel's Creek Conservation Area

Explore this beautiful conservation area that contains a variety of  natural habitats including cedar lowlands, wetlands and mixed deciduous forest. Visitors may enjoy walking their pooches, hiking, snowshoeing or cross country skiing. The Creek is located at 79152 Bluewater Highway, south of Goderich.

Culbert's Bakery 

A visit to Goderich is not complete without stopping by Culbert's Bakery. The bakery has been around since 1877 and is famous for their delicious cream puffs. Our guests can enjoy Culbert's freshly baked bagels during our daily breakfast buffet. Visit their website


The Historic Gaol Museum 

A unique octagonal building which served as the County Jail from 1841 to 1972. The Gaol is now a National Historic Site visited by thousands of people each year. Behind the Bars is an immersive tour experience that gives visitors the opportunity to learn more about life at the Gaol by interacting with actors portraying past inmates and staff. View Tours

Fishing & The Maitland River

The Maitland River is located steps away from our garden and is a local's favourite spot for fishing. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including rainbow trout, largemouth bass, brown trout, northern pike and smallmouth bass. Whether you’re fly fishing, spinning or bait-casting, your chances of getting a bite here are great. View Guided Fishing Adventures

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