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Experience Paris, ON.

Welcome to Paris! Known as the "Prettiest Little Town" offering a number of architectural styles, renowned for it's Cobblestone buildings; Paris is the perfect place for you to call home. Located in Brant County, just over an hour drive from downtown Toronto; Paris has the advantage of living in a small town that is close to highway access for surrounding cities and having amenities nearby.

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What is there to see?

  • Brant County has over 70km of trails to discover.

  • The trail system, that runs through the Grand River Valley is the largest watershed in Southern Ontario. 

  • The trails offer many activities from hiking, biking, snowshoeing to cross country skiing. 

  • Paris is nestled where the Nith River meets the Grand River, allowing for a scenic kayak or canoe ride.

  • The Grand River is a fishing and paddlers paradise as it is home to 80 different species of fish. 

  • Within Brant County, there are 47 parks, offering neighbourhood playgrounds and sports fields. 

What is there to do?

  • There is something for everyone in the growing community of Paris. 

  • Downtown, is quaint and offers boutiques, health food store, yoga studio, spa's, shopping, culture and heritage.

  • There are many clubs, and sporting events for everyone of all ages. 

  • Dining is not an issue as there are many different restaurants to chose from. 

  • Highway access is close, and a short drive from Central Paris.

  • Self-guided Walking Tours, Paris Museum & Historical Society. 

  • Paris prides itself on being a small town that is built on community involvement. There are many festivals and events held throughout the year, such as; Spring Time in Paris, Maple Syrup festival, Jingle Bell Night, Food & Music festivals.

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Paris, ON.: See and Do
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