Come Visit Tweed!
For a true taste of small town rural Ontario, Tweed is a must visit destination you will want to return to again and again.
Dedicated local volunteers and community businesses work together to create festivals and attractions that bring thousands of visitors to our community, and provide excitement for all ages.
Lakes, Rivers, Rocks, and Trees!
Tweed and the surrounding area has a breathtaking natural landscape for everyone with a love of the outdoors.
With convenient access to the Trans Canada Trail, you may choose an adventure on foot, bike, horseback, ATV, snowmobile, snow shoes or skis and experience hundreds of kilometres of some of the most beautiful Canadian Shield landscapes in Ontario.
Boasting pristine and tranquil lakes and rivers, Tweed is nationally recognized for the first class water and ice fishing on our beautiful lakes and rivers. Looking for a paddling adventure? An extensive river system that meanders through tranquil woodlands is guaranteed to take your breath away.
Festivals … Live Entertainment … You Bet!
From the Tribute to Elvis Festival, the Tweed Stampede and Jamboree, the Santa Claus Parade, Canada Day celebrations, Music in the Park, and the Festival of Trees, to name a few, Tweed has events all year round that capture the imagination and are enjoyed by all ages.
A vibrant community of live music, our local venues have hosted some unbelievable live acts from Michelle Wright to Chelsea Crites, and the concerts are always sold to the doors.
Part of the unique experience of a small town is strolling through the downtown. With new, not-so-new and long established businesses Tweed is the ideal location for these much needed, time honoured and extraordinary establishments to thrive.
Long established businesses chose Tweed to open their doors and when you browse through these unique stores you will know why they have remained in business for decades.
There are too many businesses to list so take an afternoon to visit and browse Tweed’s lovely and eclectic shops where helpful, friendly, customer service is bar none.
A part of any visit is the opportunity to see the local attractions that make a community so very unique.
Tweed is home to not only North America’s smallest jailhouse which doubles as a tourist information booth during the summer, and a heritage centre that is second to none, but we also have what could be the most beautiful fire hydrants in Canada! Each of our fire hydrants (and there are MANY) has been painted with a unique theme. Visit the jailhouse to discover what other attractions and adventures await you in the Municipality of Tweed.
Grab your camera and find the dragon, hockey player, night in shining armour, and of course Elvis!