Town of Uxbridge is home to many families and offers plenty of activities and local attraction that are sure to keep both the young and the old entertained all year round. The Township’s location between many located along two of Canada’s largest lakes makes it a gateway to even more fun and unique activities for the whole family. Below is a list of top family-friendly activities that are accessible to Uxbridge Township’s residents:
Despite not being one of those big shopping centers with high-end shopping malls and departmental stores, Uxbridge Township offers its own unique shopping experience; family shopping at the Uxbridge Farmer’s Market. Despite having numerous small and midsized stores and retail shops in the downtown area, Uxbridge Farmers Market offers the ultimate shopping destination for the whole family. The market sells all kinds of farm produces and including different varieties of fruits and the kids love that especially when they have to plenty of tasting samples. The market also features a number of stalls selling homemade craft items and you’d be surprised to find how many of these items fascinate kids.
Other things at the market that make the entire shopping experience worthwhile for the whole family include the many varieties of foods and drinks available, the live entertainment. What more, and the occasional communal events that run concurrently with the market. What more, you can bring your canine friend along but on a leash. Uxbridge Farmers Market takes places on Sundays from around 8 am to 2 pm.
Have fun at the park
Uxbridge Township has around 10 parks which offer free access to their well-maintained grounds and amenities. The parks offer great family fun activities for weekends and holidays including camping, hiking, playing, picnicking, sightseeing, bird watching and more. There is something for everyone in the local parks and spending some quality time with friend and family at one of these facilities is always pure fun.
Attend the Uxbridge Fall Fair
This is one of the oldest traditions in Uxbridge dating back to the mid-1880s. The festival takes place at Elgin Park the weekend after Labor Day and features lots of fun things for both adults and kids. Some of the interesting activities include flower and vegetable exhibitions, goat, cattle, poultry, sheep and rabbit shows, home craft vendors, the midway, demolition derby, tractor pull, heavy horse pull and last but not least, the barnyard rodeo. The event offers the ultimate family fun.