Waterloo: Explore The Diverse Cultural Hub

On my trip to Waterloo, I came to realize that has more to offer than meets the eye. It offers several attractions. The city organizes many festivals and events that you can be a part of. The incredible landscape of Waterloo has truly impressed me. Irrespective of whether it an extended or day trip, you are surely going to love it. Let’s see the attractions you can check out on your visit.

  • Grand Valley Trail

I like spending my day exploring and spend some time amongst nature. So, I set out on a tour to Grand Valley Trail. If you are visiting with friends, you are going to have so much fun. You have the option to shorter and longer trails. Visit the web page to find out the trails that are suitable for you. Grand Valley is also known to organize group hikes from time to time. Make sure that you do not miss out on this.

  • Kissing Bridge Trailway

Want to get a taste of real Ontario, visit Kissing Bridge Trailway. The river and wetlands will give you the true essence of Ontario. The trail runs through the south of Ontario. You can run, hike, and bike here. The stone surface makes it easier for strollers and wheelchairs to pass through.

  • Waterloo Public Square Summer Campfire

Campfire has been an absolute favorite since school time. Take your friends or family to Waterloo Public Square to have a gala time. I visited with my friends, listened to music, had a beer, and sang all through the night. Simply take a warm hoodie, a blanket, drinks, and food and you are all set.

  • Acoustic Noon Concerts

Enjoy live music on your trip at Acoustic Noon concerts. This too is at the Waterloo Public Square. I saw many local artists playing great music. I spend some quality time with my friends enjoying the food and music.