Head to Canada's oldest annual fair this August
The charming community of South Glengarry will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Williamstown Fair, a staple event for locals and visitors who travel to Ontario. The fairgrounds are situated in the middle of the quaint Williamstown, which is surrounded by dense pine forests and deeply rooted in rural life. From August 10-12, travellers can join in the festivities that will surely be the best in two centuries.
In addition to livestock auctions, garden shows, crafts and antique displays, the Williamstown Fair will also have games for the whole family to enjoy. Never competed in a three-legged race before? Even kids can join in on the hilarious fun of this classic race. Or, if they dare, they can test their strength for a gruelling round of tug-of-war.
Of course, no fair is complete without dozens of food options to choose from, and this year, organizers won't hold anything back. From roasted corn and soft serve ice cream to candied apples and cotton candy, visitors will satisfy their appetite for carnival fare all weekend long.