The Municipality of South Bruce welcomes you to Bruce County. Here, our rolling hills, scenic roadways, and warm-hearted people, delight in offering travellers small town hospitality and modern amenities.
A visit to South Bruce must include a stop at one of our top locations, as shared in the Bruce County 101 Places to Explore Guide book.
Gay Lea Country Store, Teeswater
Purchase the complete line of Gay Lea dairy products at this charismatic, old-fashioned county store, including their award-winning butter.
Square Dancing Tractors, Teeswater
A whimsical celebration of rural, agricultural life in Bruce County where tractors and square dancers entertain local crowds.
Lions Park, Formosa
Home to craft shows and other events, Lions Park also host the largest nativity scene in the area. This is a popular place for family reunions.
Cheese Haus, Mildmay
This specialty shop is home to over two hundred kinds of cheese, including crumbly, 14 year old cheddar, and the samples to help you find your favourite.
Harley’s Butter Tarts, Mildmay
If you haven’t eaten a Harley’s butter tart, you haven’t lived! Perfect, crumbly, pastry with pecan, coconut or raisin fillings will literally melt in your mouth.
Mildmay Rotary Park, Mildmay
Two kilometres of trails along Otter Creek, over bridges and open parkland. The Rotary Park is home to Mildmay’s famous artesian well housed under a cedar gazebo.
Hoity Toity Cellars, Mildmay
A pretension-free winery and cidery with open doors and local ingredients. The winemakers even invite the public to stomp grapes with them on Harvest Day!
Carrick Tract, South Bruce
Locals say this is the best single tract in Bruce County. The soil and gravel mixture provides excellent riding conditions that are virtually dry all season.
In addition, in order to capture the true essence of our rural community, your visit should include participating in the Teeswater and Mildmay Fall Fairs. A variety of events for all ages, combined with good food, and friendly people, will make you one of the hundreds of people that return year after year.
For a list of current events in South Bruce, please visit: http://southbrucetourism.org/