Fall is a beautiful time of year, and what could be better than taking in the crisp weather and picking even crisper, fresh apples? Here’s everything you need to know about apple picking in YDH!
Across the region you’ll find plenty of places to pack in all the top fall adventures like picking your own pumpkin and friendly ghost encounters. So, gather your family, young and the young at heart, and plan a festive fall road trip!
Schedule your ultimate road trip around some of these awesome events, and reconnect with family, friends, and fun this fall!
Whether you’re an agriculture enthusiast or an urban dweller curious about rural life, the International Plowing Match welcomes everyone.
We invite you to indulge in some spooky settings that will bewitch your sense of adventure
If you’re looking for fun things to do this fall, York Durham Headwaters has got you covered. There’s something for everyone at the Fair!
Whether you’re looking for fun and educational things to do with the kids or a rewarding experience, plan a day trip to one of these animal rescues!
Science has proven that we only need to spend two hours a week outside in order to start feeling the benefits.
Come and attend the Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration at Memorial Park this Thursday, June 22!
Welcome to Pingle’s, a family-run farm which has been a “shop local” Durham Region favourite for over 30 years.
Whether it is a romantic retreat with your person, a getaway with the girls, or even giving yourself the solo vacation you have been dreaming of.
Visit the Bannons and their sweet alpacas at Forget-Me-Not Alpacas located in Beaverton
Visit Forget-Me-Not Alpacas located in Beaverton to meet these fur angels!
We’re excited to introduce you to Jason, a KuneKune pig unlike any other pig you’ve met before!
Our festivals and attractions here in York Durham Headwaters have certainly risen to the challenge.
Ghosts, ghouls and goblins are gearing up to slither out into the night and provide frights and fun.
Our region is brimming with ghosts, ghouls, goblins and witches.
Venture out to our region to learn all about our spooky stories.
As the weather begins to warm up, it may be in your best interest to plan a trip to one of the amazing natural parks.
The York, Durham, and Headwaters regions are blessed with lots of beautiful provincial parks, conservation areas, and other photograph-worthy, fall colour-filled spaces.
Here are 10 things to do in historic downtown Orangeville in spring, summer, winter and fall.
Be kind to the Badlands—take nothing but photos, leave with nothing but memories.