Malahide is known for its rich agricultural industry and the unique Carolinian forest that surrounds the town of Aylmer. Along country roads you will find contrasts in state of the art dairy operations next to old-order Mennonite farms where fields are ploughed with horses and sights of industry by members of the Amish community include horse-drawn farming implements, furniture makers, harness shop and lumber yard.
Hit the back roads to find an extremely popular migratory bird viewing area, galleries, a pottery and tearoom nestled in a pine forest, a winery, farm markets and an apiary with delicious honey and adventure farm with tons of fun for families. The almost never crowded beach at Port Bruce is just waiting for those seeking a long, lazy afternoon of sand and sun or fishing from the pier. http://malahide.ca