Goderich Travel Guide
Welcome to Goderich!
Once referred to as "the prettiest town in Canada" by Queen Elizabeth, Goderich sits on the shores of Lake Huron. Goderich is highlighted by its historic Courthouse Square. This octagonal square is one of Canada's most unparalleled outdoor shopping venues, home to a varied selection of antique shops, restaurants and much more. Those with a love of the great outdoors will enjoy Goderich's three public beaches, connected by a boardwalk that hugs the waterfront. The sandy beaches are the perfect locale for a barbeque, a day of swimming or to observe the many marine activities on Lake Huron. Many quality restaurants, unique shops and other attractions are also located mere moments from the water. Historic Goderich can be explored at the Huron County Museum and the Huron Historic Gaol and Courthouse, with both attractions ideal for those eager to learn about the area's rich history and early Huron settlement.
Located outside of Goderich, Laithwaite Apple Park Farm is three-acres of trees and statues.
Hotels & Motels
Ideally situated directly on the Maitland River and Trail, the Samuels Hotel is a boutique-style property that features well-appointed guest rooms with unique, contemporary décor, fireplaces, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, wireless high-speed Internet access and superior beds and bedding.
River Line Llama Tours offer a unique day-trip experience.