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NO SPACE? NO PROBLEM!

If you don't have the backyard space to accommodate your picnic, OR
you'd just like to get away to a beautiful oasis, we have stunning venues to choose from!

COX CREEK CELLARS

7687 Wellington 22, Guelph

Cox Creek Cellars is a stunning, family owned, 50+ acre vineyard where wine & memories are made on site. Their warm, welcoming & knowledgeable staff will guide you through a tasting flight for a lovely, unique personal touch to your gathering.

Book your picnic experience with us at the Cellar amongst the grape vines or in the beautiful apple orchard. There isn't a spot on the farm that doesn't make for a fabulous backdrop. 

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Cox Creek Cellars is the perfect backdrop for your picnic. Add on a wine flight or charcuterie to complete your experience!
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Hereward farms boasts a lavish lavender field and 400,000 sunflowers to add stunning ambiance and compliment your picnic.

HEREWARD FARMS

141051 Sideroad 15, East Garafraxa

Immerse yourself in the aromatic, serene & picturesque Lavender fields at Hereward Farms. Family owned & operated since 2020. Hereward Farms is committed to sustainable farming, education on the healing effects of Lavender & farm-to-skin apothecary products. Each season, this venue boasts over 6,000 Lavender plants & over 400,000 Sunflowers. This venue is your one stop shop for pure bliss amongst your picnic experience. 

HOUNDS OF ERIE WINERY

377 7th Concession Road enr, Clear Creek

We strive to partner with unique venues and family owned businesses. Hounds of Erie checks all of those boxes! This picturesque, dog friendly, hidden oasis is perfect for those wanting to step away from the city for an intimate event. This winery boasts tasting options for you AND your pup, a beautiful pavillion, a picturesque vineyard as far as the eye can see and a stunning apple orchard. There isn't a bad backdrop in sight! Sit, Sip and STAY in their on site cabin Air BnB's, your evening is limitless. 

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