It’s that time of year to dust off the motorcycle, give it a tune up and hit the road. We hope with this newsletter, you will take a ride to Ontario’s South Coast. Less than two hours from Toronto, Ontario’s South Coast is a nice relaxing ride along Lake Erie. If you are new to the area – discover how you can cruise the coast from Port Dover to New Glasgow and all the small towns in between. If you have been before, we welcome you back to see what’s old and what’s new.
Enjoy the season and we hope to see you soon!
To make your trip through Ontario’s South Coast even easier, we have created a “Cruise the Coast” map. This waterproof, pocket-size map is the perfect tool to help find biker-preferred routes through the area, accommodations, events, restaurants and more. Contact us for your copy at www.cruisethecoast.ca.
Dunnville Mudcat Festival
More than a weeks worth of events including fireworks, giant parade, midway, children’s entertainment, musical entertainment,heritage village, classic car show, and much, much more. For more information contact www.dunnvillechamberofcommerce.ca
Bikes on the Beach
Runs every Thursday night beginning July 1st 6pm-8pm
The Causeway Restaurant, Long Point Beach
Bring your bike to The Causeway Restaurant each Thursday night until September. Music, prizes, draws, food discounts and more – while meeting other riders. For more information contact www.atplay.ca
July 1st in Port Dover, celebrate Canada Day, beginning with a Parade of Boats at 11am from Port Dover pier overlooking Lake Erie and ending in the evening with fireworks.
Port Stanley Canfest
July 1st – 4th
Fireworks, midway, live music, boat parade, kids events and more.