Strathroy-Caradoc is located 20 minutes west of the City of London and easily reached by Highway 402. We invite you to discover the mix of charming small urban centres and rural landscapes that earned Strathroy-Caradoc an impressive 5-Bloom rating in the Communities in Bloom provincial competition.
Strathroy-Caradoc is a four-season destination for outdoor recreation, with miles of trails for hiking, canoeing, and cycling, along with parklands, conservation areas, and wetlands for birding.
New residents and people thinking of moving to Strathroy-Caradoc can find more information on our New to Strathroy-Caradoc page.
Admire historic architecture identified on the Strathroy Heritage Walking Tour (PDF size [kB]), or visit the nearby Sydenham River and its beautiful parklands and conservation areas. While in town, check out Museum Strathroy-Caradoc and discover the history of the community.
Rural Caradoc offers a retreat from the hectic pace of urban life. Plan a day adventure or a scenic road trip through tranquil farmland, admire views along the Caradoc moraine and the Thames River valley, or explore many locations offering farm-fresh produce.
Plan a visit to the villages of Mount Brydges and Melbourne or take time to discover historic Ska-Nah-Doht Village, a recreated 1,000-year-old Iroquoian settlement located at the Longwoods Road Conservation Area.
With recreational activities, festivals and events, dining and accommodations, exceptional shopping opportunities, and fascinating historical and cultural attractions, Strathroy-Caradoc has all you need to plan the perfect retreat.