Flowers to Fragrance is a lavender farm located on Highway 89, selling natural home and beauty products made from their plants. This family owned and operated business also offers field tours.
Growing high quality food is not just a business, but a way of life. As farmers, we are motivated by a deep love for the land and a desire to share the goodness of homegrown with you and your family. Visit our farm and experience the benefits of choosing family farm fresh.
Cedarwood Honey is a local honey business offering a variety of products and services. They are located on Highway 89, just outside of Harriston.
Reroot Organic Farm covers 70 acres of land and sells a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs and honey. Chicken, turkey and pork are also available, as well as free-range eggs. All of their produce is certified organic and they offer a community shared agriculture program.
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’s Lions Heritage Park is built along the old railway tracks. It includes a playground, splash pad, pool, tennis court, pavilion and walking path, as well as the Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum, the Pedestrian Bridge and Old 81.
The Harriston Lions Park is located at the corner of Arthur and John Street. Its main feature is the children’s playground.
Hawthorn Farm sells organic flower, grass, herb and vegetable seeds. They are located near Palmerston.
Directly opposite the Lions Park, Harriston’s I.O.D.E. Park runs along the Greenway Trail. The park contains well-kept gardens, and a beautiful wooden gazebo.
Featuring a baseball diamond, pavilion and children’s playground, Lawrence Park is located on Brunswick Street in Palmerston, between Boulton and Daly.
The Greenway Trail winds through Harriston’s downtown and parks areas as it follows the contours of the Maitland River.
White’s Junction Trail runs along the old railway line north of Palmerston. Two historic trestle bridges and rare prairie grasses can be found along the trail.
Kamma’s Perennials offers field grown perennials by the shovel full, outside of Palmerston on Wellington Road 5 towards Harriston.
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.
The Kinsmen Pool is situated on the corner of Raglan and Queen street in Harriston. During the summer it offers swimming lessons, aqua-fit programs and lifeguarding classes.
Nestled in Harriston’s downtown, Tannery Park lies directly over top of the Maitland River. Its features include a historic mural, flower beds, and a grass-lined path at the rear of the park.
The Kinsmen Park is located on Raglan Street, nestled between the Kinsmen Pool and the Maitland River. Its playground and the large shade trees surrounding the park are its distinguishing characteristics.
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.
C & M Seeds is a seed company located outside of Palmerston; it was founded in 1978. They sell various types of wheat seeds, as well as strains of soybean, barley, oats and mixed grains.
Palmerston Grain is a large scale grain elevator based outside of Palmerston.
The John Hobelman Rotary Centennial Park includes a soccer field and a covered pavilion with an indoor storage/kitchen area. It is located in Clifford, near the arena.
Owned and operated by Terry and Krista Fisk, Greenbush Organic Farm is a small-scale certified organic market garden producing fresh organic fruits and vegetables. It is located on Highway 9 between Harriston and Clifford.
Clifford’s Central Memorial Park includes a playground, basketball court, pavilion and war memorial. It is situated in the downtown at Clarke and Allen Street.
Next to the highway, the Clifford Rotary Park runs along Park Street. Its pavilion and meditation circle are separated by a covered wooden bridge over the local creek.