Located in Bruce County, this village in Ontario is full of rich history, a stunning conservation area and spots to dine. Paisley, Ontario is as adorable as its name and here are all the things you can do while visiting.
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Nature lovers will want to stop at Saugeen Buffs Conservation Area first when heading to Paisley. This conservation area features camping spots (opening February 1st, 2024), over 12 km of both recreational hiking and equine trails, a lookout of the Saugeen River, and even horse camping! Horse camping is available after February 1st as well with 42 sites, a large pavilion and event ring available to campers and their horses.
Paisley’s rich history is preserved at the Treasure Chest Museum. Visitors can view the many collections including agriculture and blacksmith collections. Also available is the archives area, home to copies of publications dating back to 1865.
If you’re hungry while visiting Paisley there are some great options for food and drinks including Bonfire on Queen. Located right in the heart of Paisley this restaurant specializes in homemade pasta and scratch pizzas made with local ingredients and baked in a stone oven. Don’t forget to grab something off the dessert menu which features pistachio & lemon cannolis, tiramisu and gelato.
Take a stroll down Queen Street to see even more of what Paisley has to offer including their local shops.
Grab local arts and crafts from Elora Soap Company, timeless antiques from Roadrunner Collectables, or jewellery and home decor from Della Bella Boutique. All these shops are located conveniently on Queen Street and are within walking distance of each other.
So whether you’re an outdoorsman or just want a quick getaway from home, Paisley is the perfect place to check out!