Top Reasons to Visit Waterford

The Black Bridge

  Black Bridge, a 166 metre long high level bridge with panoramic views of the Waterford Ponds. Our bridge boasts a fully decked surface, guard rails and three overlooks. 

Waterford Old Town Hall

 The Old Town Hall .   Art Gallery showcases fine art by professional artists, ... theatre presentations bring a big city level of performance to small town Ontario.  Musical Events, Theatre and Arts ,

Waterford Heritage and Agricultural Museum (WHAM)

 The Waterford Heritage and Agricultural Museum (WHAM) is located in what was once the largest canning factory in the Dominion – affectionately known as “The Pickle Factory”. Just steps from the Heritage Trail, WHAM exhibits the rich social, industrial and agricultural history of the area through the use of interactive and engaging exhibits. 

Waterford Farmers' Market

 Waterford Farmers' Market. An open air market featuring local produce, both conventional and organically grown, local  fruits, vegetables, herbs, meats, maple syrup, baked goods and more.  Starting mid-June and running until early October (depending on weather) Wednesdays  4pm-7pm , this is a community Farmers' Market located at the corner of St. James St. South and Alice St. 


 Waterford Pumpkinfest is a yearly event hosted by the Waterford Lions & Lioness to celebrate our community and help raise funds for community projects.  Pumpkinfest is a family event with activities for young and old alike.  

Waterford Heritage Trails

 The Waterford Heritage Trail is a 19km old rail line trail that connects with the Brantford TH&B Rail Trail at Jenkins Road on the Norfolk and Brant County line.  This trail supports a variety of activities including hiking, cycling, and cross-country skiing. 

"The Train Song"

Black Bridge Centennial August 12-13 2016 - The Trail Song by Mike Hogg