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Best things to do in Erin

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“A short walk down the street to see the iconic swing bridge and fountain. In the summer get in free by telling gatekeeper that you would like to access the Bruce Trail. Start your hike here.”
4 locals recommend
Store
“This historic building located in the town of Alton was once a thriving mill that supported a number of communities. It has been lovingly restored and is now an Arts Centre with galleries and artist's studios waiting to be explored”
10 locals recommend
Park
“Very calm and positive place. The atmosphere is super cool and the there's lot of greenery here. Great for family picnic. Perfect place for chill out.”
7 locals recommend
Bakery
“Great food (lunch + dinner), a popular restaurant and bakery in Alton, live music”
6 locals recommend
Lodging
2 locals recommend
Establishment
“"Service is excellent and they have a large selection of treats." "Cozy spot with good food/coffee and friendly staff." "Go there if you love driving or riding on picturesque roads. The place is at the crossroads in Bello untainted so easy to find. It's a charming store with lovely staff. The coffee and pastries are excellent."”
4 locals recommend
Cafe
3 locals recommend
Establishment
“3 - championship 18 hole courses, off the chart beautiful and excellently kept. ”
3 locals recommend
Lodging
“Occupying a building originally built to be a hospital in the late 19th century, this fun place has lots to offer. Live music, great food and plenty of space to mingle.”
2 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“Falls, Hiking Trails, Ice cream parlours and cafes. Great little spot nearby and escape from the city. ”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“My Favourite Place to go for Casual (slightly upscale) dining. Great food. Half Price Pasta on Tuesday”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Cool little place, a bit pricey, mostly caters to farmers, but good food :)”
3 locals recommend
Route
“As the name suggests, this beautiful trailway weaves from the Town of Elora to Cataract and runs right behind Tailwinds. With the Hillsburgh trail head metres from our door, you can explore both directions by foot, bike, horseback or even snowmobile depending on the season. Forty seven kilometres of well maintained crushed limestone "rail trail" weave through small communities that offer charming stops if you venture from end to end. Starting from Tailwinds you can explore both directions by bike in "out and back" fashion. Or, if you are simply looking for a peaceful walk, steps from your starting point you enter lush green forests filled with wildlife.”
1 local recommends
Butcher
2 locals recommend