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.
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.