Road trip Ontario: Feel the small town comfort of Bayfield and Goderich
Along the shores of Lake Huron sit a picturesque pair of Canadian destinations separated only by a 20-km stretch on Highway 21.
The bigger of the two, the town of Goderich, holds a population just above 7,500. Bayfield, incorporated as a village in 1876, houses around 1,100.
If the sunsets and beaches aren’t enough, Goderich’s tagline, being recognized as “Canada’s prettiest town,” is certain to drag people in.story continues after add
With Goderich known as Canada’s prettiest, Bayfield definitely has a shot of being the country’s most charming.
Filled with vibrant colours and surrounded by hiking trails, Bayfield offers visitors the warm comfort of a small community.
Along with their small size, the similar designs of Bayfield and Goderich make them easy to navigate. Both have a central square with streets radiating outwards.
Bayfield and Goderich sit alongside Lake Huron, north of Grand Bend.