Locations

Harriston-Minto Community Complex

The Harriston-Minto Community Complex is located on George Street in Harriston, and includes a community centre equipped with a full kitchen, arena, curling club, pavilion and baseball diamond.

Harriston Bakery

Located in downtown Harriston, Harriston Bakery offers a mix of breads, buns, bagels, pies, cakes, donuts and other desserts.

WildThings Plant Farm

Wild Things Plant Farm has a wide variety of native and exotic plant species on display in their gardens, greenhouses and along their walking trail.

Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum

The Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Palmerston’s history as a nexus of the railway age. Housed in the old Palmerston Railway Station, the museum contains a collection of donated railway memorabilia, artifacts and photographs. It is also the site of Palmerston’s Pedestrian Bridge.

Palmerston Public Pool & Splash Pad

Centered in the Palmerston Lions Heritage Park, the Pool and Splash Pad feature a variety of swimming programs and private lessons. It is open during summer only.

Palmerston Agricultural Society Park

The Palmerston Agricultural Society Park is located off of Yonge and Albert Street on the edge of Palmerston. It includes four soccer pitchs, two baseball diamonds, a playground and a pavilion. It is adjacent to the Palmerston and District Community Centre.

Minto Heritage Plaque: Rev. Smithhurst

Reverend john Smithurst was ordained by the Church of England in 1939 and served as a missionary to the aboriginal people at the Red River Settlements in Manitoba for twelve years. He settled in the Township of Minto in 1852 when he was appointed Rector of St. John's Anglican church in Elora, Ontario.

Greenway Trail

The Greenway Trail winds through Harriston’s downtown and parks areas as it follows the contours of the Maitland River.

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