Visit Leamington to discover world-class birding, an expansive waterfront, energizing festivals, and year-round camping and hiking. Leamington boasts a thriving arts & culture scene and some of the region’s best authentic, seasonal food. There are many reasons to journey to the most southern tip of Canada and experience Leamington.
Leamington is home to one of the most diverse cultural landscapes in Ontario. We are so much more than just the Tomato Capital of Canada, Leamington has North America’s largest concentration of greenhouses, and an expansive population of local farmers who line our community with roadside fruit and vegetable stands. The extended growing season and greenhouse sector means that Leamington offers the best seasonal produce in Ontario.
Leamington’s rich cultural diversity means that our local produce is being used in a variety of cooking styles and techniques at our many local restaurants or cafes. Savour Salvadorian, Mexican, Jamaican, Italian, Thai, Lebanese, and Portuguese cuisine that transport you to another place. The 4 block borders of the Uptown core alone has restaurants with cuisine from 12 different countries. While you savour our food, imbibe in one of the hand-crafted beverages from nearby wineries, breweries, and distillery.
Find the perfect campground, hotel, bed & breakfast, or cottage rental in Leamington. Whether you’re hitting the road on two wheels, looking for a relaxing bed & breakfast, or prefer to tuck in at a hotel with all of the latest amenities, we have a perfect place for you to lay your head in Leamington.
Your adventure starts right here in Leamington. The 42nd parallel truly allows for year-round enjoyment of our parks trails and many other outdoor adventures. Leamington has long been known as one of Canadas top birding destinations and also a migration stop for the monarch butterfly.
Take your two wheels on the road along our scenic motorcycle Cruise the Coast or take your bike out on our expansive trail network.
You can also take a more relaxed approach while strolling our scenic waterfront and enjoying the music at one of our weekend waterfront musical performances. Bring the family to one of our exciting festivals & events held throughout the year at the new beachfront Seacliff Park Amphitheatre or beat the heat at our splash pad or beach volleyball court and with a day at Seacliff Beach.
Indulge in our variety of cuisine that will transport you to another country in just one bite. We pride ourselves in being the most diverse cultural landscape in Ontario. Paddle, hike, or cycle your way in our home of songbirds, monarchs, wildlife, and scenic nature trails.
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