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The festival site is located in the small town of Vienna, Ontario, on the banks of the Big Otter Creek, in Elgin County. Lake Erie is 5 km south of the festival site, and the Big Otter Creek is well known for excellent kayaking and paddlecraft adventures (see below)
Festival address: 6226 Plank Road, Vienna, ON NOJ 1Z0
Travel time to Vienna, ON from...
Hamilton 1.5 hours
Toronto 2 hours
London 1 hour
Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo 1.5 hours
There is free street parking in the town of Vienna. Please observe parking regulations and respect any signage.
There are MANY options for accommodation in and around Vienna. The area has stunning beaches, wineries, hiking, birding, boating, paddling and many other wonderful activities to combine with a day at the festival. Why not stay overnight and make a weekend of it!
We've compiled an assortment of accommodation options that we feel would combine well with a day at CreekSong. For further information, contact Elgin County Tourism.
The closest camping is in Vienna, on the Emerson farm, which is a 5 minute drive from the festival site (or a 30 minute walk or 10 minute bike ride). Tim and Tami Emerson are the hosts, and also supporters of CreekSong Festival. You can book an unserviced creekside site through HipCamp (link here), the cost is approximately $40 per night, for 4 people.
Otter's Edge Estates is located on the Big Otter Creek and offers both tent and trailer spots. Nightly camping rates start at $35 depending on services and site. This campground has a boat launch (for campers only) too.
The Port Burwell Provincial Park (link here) is nearby, approximately 15 minutes from the festival site. They offer sites that are suitable for a range of camping options but are often full on weekends. Costs starts at approximately $55 for a non-electrical site.
B&Bs, HOTELS etc
In Port Burwell (5 minute drive)
The Gray Gables B&B is a short drive away in the lakeside town of Port Burwell
In Tillsonburg (20 minute drive)
Seven Gables B&B is nestled in the wonderful town of Tillsonburg.
In Ingersoll (35 minute drive)
The Elmhurst Inn and Spa is a real treat. Luxury rooms, stunning grounds, sumptuous dining and a full-service spa. Located on a historic property in the charming town of Ingersoll, home of the Cheese Museum.
THINGS TO DO
Get out on the Big Otter Creek for a paddle with Otter Be Here. Enjoy the music AND a paddle - all at the same time.