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Chatham-Kent encompasses some of the richest agricultural areas in Ontario's Bluewater regions.

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Elegant heritage buildings, museums and galleries grace the communities of Ridgetown, Chatham, Wallaceburg and Dresden, including famous historic sites that commemorate the warrior chief Tecumseh and African-Canadian connections to the "Underground Railroad" that helped to abolish slavery in North America.

Historic Downtown districts provide visitors with distinctive dining and shopping experiences.

Retro Fest The Historic Downtown Chatham Business BIA is planning its 17th annual Retro Fest™ to be held May 26 and 27, 2017.

Friday Night is the OLG Classic Car Cruise heading out from the CK John D Bradley Convention Centre at 6 p.m.

On July 9, 2016 historic characters from Ridgetown and Howard Township’s past come alive in the Ridge House Museum’s event Tales from Greenwood.

The museum’s many volunteers portray lively historic tales on walking tours of our local Greenwood Cemetery.

We feature locally made, functional and decorative pottery, silver jewellery, turned bowls, wooden Mc Geachy Pond Conservation Area & Erieau Marsh Trail Erieau is located at the end of County Rd 12, which leads through lush farmland past Mc Geachy Pond Conservation Area with its lookout platform and scenic shoreline trail, which is perfect for cycling or walking to Erieau's business district, sandy beach and harbour.

The narrow jetty to the lighthouse is intriguing and Rondeau Bay has some of the best walleye and bass fishing on Lake Erie.

Two provincial parks; Wheatley and Rondeau as well as numerous conservation areas protect beaches, trails, rare Carolinian forests, wildlife and some of the best birding areas in Ontario.

Kopegaron Woods Conservation Area Take a hike along one of the most beautiful old growth forest trails in Essex region.

The Erieau Marsh Trail begins at 17689 County Road 12 and follows an abandoned railway corridor past Rondeau Bay for excellent viewing of wildlife.

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