How to Get Started with Central Counties Tourism

Are you a tourism business, event organizer or venue within the regions of York Durham or Headwaters? Do you have a new product or experience to promote? Or looking to expand your reach for existing programs? Connect with your regional Industry Relations Manager and find out how Central Counties Tourism can help.

Take advantage of our resources and supports

Create a FREE member account

Your member account allows you to create a business profile which publishes to the travel directory on our consumer website –

Your member account also gives you access to our Learning Lab content

Upload your events

Your free member account also gives you access to upload your events to our YDH Events Calendar for greater exposure

Share Your Press Releases with Us

We will distribute your press release to a comprehensive list of media, travel writers, bloggers and influencers for free.

Email our B2B Marketing Manager to share your release.

Partnership Program

Our Partnership Program provides financial support to tourism stakeholders, within our region, dedicated to growing the visitor economy. Contact your region’s Industry Relations Manager to learn more.

Research Programs

Want to learn more about who your visitor is or how to reach more of them? Our Visitor Research Program or Geofencing Research Tool can provide a wealth of insights into the demographics and behavioural characteristics of your visitors. Contact Tom Guerquin, our Research and Development Manager, to learn more about this paid program.

Communicate with us regularly

We always recommend direct communications for time-sensitive marketing and partnership opportunities, and regular updates throughout the year. The more we know about your business, the better we can promote and support you.


Central Counties is located North of Toronto


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