This is where both arctic swans and hungry travelers stop on their way home. Where every creek, barn and chicken has a name. Where the evening brings out warm salamanders, cold craft beers and a billion stars. Where mayors bake pies, streams run under houses, and art lovers, hikers, cyclists and wanderers find heaven.This is Headwaters, a 2,534-square-kilometer quilt of genuine Ontario country. Named for being the source of some of Ontario’s biggest rivers, Headwaters is where rugged nature and refined getaways coexist, as do locals, visitors, and even, some say, ghosts and fairies.While it’s bursting with as much information as our pies are with fresh berries, this website is still just a taste of what’s waiting up here, just 45 minutes north of Toronto. Where the air’s clearer and crisper, because we’re at Ontario’s highest elevation, and the only thing bluer than our sky is our potatoes.
Their mission is :To integrate tourism into the regional economic development strategies of our partner municipalities, helping to build a robust and thriving tourism industry by working directly with tourism stakeholders across the region.
Headwaters Tourism is the recognized destination marketing organization for the Headwaters region, providing tourism services on behalf of the regional tourism industry and on behalf of our municipal partners in the County of Dufferin and the Towns of Mono, Shelburne, Caledon & Erin. While the organization has evolved over the years, the primary goal is still the same: to work on behalf of and in conjunction with our partners and regional tourism operators to support tourism that is consistent with the region’s rural heritage, respectful of its extraordinary natural environment and that promotes its spirit of community. Headwaters Tourism strongly advocates for regional collaboration in all our undertakings, understanding that an integrated approach allows individual businesses, groups, committees, communities and municipalities to expand their reach and leverage their impact in the marketplace.
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