Paris of Ontario

No more parks for this time. When we were in Conestoga, I realize that they started to look the same for me: water, trees, paths, and grass.
People, we missed people. Toronto and Hamilton have their beauty but small towns are special. Paris is one of them. The town claims to be “the Prettiest Little Town in Canada”. I don’t know about the whole Canada, but we love to visit Paris time by time.It got the name after the plaster of Paris, not after French capital. And the old buildings and churches are just beautiful.

It is obvious that Parisians love their town. They built Cobblestone Common — the beautiful and tiny pocket park with the fountain and the viewpoint to Grand river — with citizens donations.

Just north from the Cobblestone Common, there is a William street bridge. It is an impressive view of the waterfall up to the river and the backside of the Grand River Street North. We went through the path to the lookout.

The summer fun for people on the river includes activities on the water as fishing, kayaking, and drifting boats through the calm river. You can rent the boat at Grand Experiences. The entrance to the boat launch is through the Garden of Hope — small and pretty flower garden.

Here you can find the full list of the Paris parks. The only one more place to mention is the Mary Maxim handicraft store of Paris — great place!

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