The Haldimand section of Waterfront Trail winds along quiet country roads lined by quaint waterfront cottages. It also passes through Dunnville, one of the larger Lake Erie Waterfront Trail communities.
Heading east from the Norfolk boundary near Port Dover, the Trail passes by Nanticoke Power Plant and Peacock Point. Both Haldimand Conservation Area and Selkirk Provincial Park offer camping and washrooms. Selkirk has a wonderful restaurant if you find yourself in need of nourishment.
The Trail east of Selkirk follows a beautiful country road with frequent views of Lake Erie. James Allan Provincial Park has beaches and washrooms, and is a good spot for walking and birdwatching. Located at the mouth of the Grand River, you see Port Maitland, once a thriving fishing village. Heading north, you enter Dunnville along the shores of the Grand River. Bing Conservation Area offers camping and loads of recreational activities including swimming, kayaking, and canoeing. Dunnville itself has many accommodation options as well as places to eat. Another wonderful option for camping or a great day is Rock Point Provincial Park–known for its fossils, viewing platform, sand dunes, beach, hiking trail, great birding.