Treetops in Spring

Whooooooooooah! Stay Safe Alert!

People are eager to get outside and start exploring all the great things to do in YDH. But don't's still important to stay safe while you are having fun supporting our local businesses and communities.

If you are lucky enough to live in YDH (we are biased) or you want to come for a visit, we've got some great ideas for you to get active outside, explore your inner artist, learn something new and celebrate this awesome season...virtually or in-person. Please note that many conservation parks and trails are over capacity, so ensure you pre-book your visit or even better...step off the beaten path and find discover a new terrain to enjoy.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Think of an obstacle course where you navigate footbridges, zip-lines, and wall climbing. Now picture the course rising 10 to 85 feet above the ground! Treetop Eco-Adventure Park is the perfect destination for families that want to get up close and personal with the vibrant spring foliage! After your treetop adventure, head over to Pingle’s Market for Chef Ben’s famous sourdough crust pizza, delicious maple cream pies with homemade. or maybe it’s DIY homemade doughnuts kits to go!

Treetop Trekking

Down the road, explore the A Country Path that leads to a miller, a bee keeper, an orchard (and winery), a dairy creamery, and more.  Leave time to sample the hot cider doughnuts doused in cinnamon at Tyrone Mills Ltd. built in 1846 and one of last remaining water-powered mills in Ontario. It serves as a (free) historical attraction with scenic views, local products and as a reminder of warm welcomes where you can relax and stay awhile!

Tyrone Mills
Apple Donut
Tyrone Mills