Places to stay:
Canton has several Hotels from which to choose, but they typically book up early during peak months. You can find some of them listed here.
If you prefer to stay in a Bed & Breakfast in Canton, check here. More B&Bs can be found in a section of Canton called "The Mountain". This area used to be filled with vendors, but it has quickly become a haven for more Bed & Breakfasts, you can see a list of those here.
There are also tons of RV Parks if that's more your cup of tea. Click here for a list of those. I will share that Mill Creek is among the nicest, but the rates are higher.
One note when viewing the lists, be sure to check the city where the lodging is located, some are located in other towns such as Terrell, Forney, Wills Point, Sulpher Springs. Not a thing in the world wrong with these towns except that some are as far as 45 minutes away. It's nice to have accomodations near when you're shopping a place this large!
Places to eat at night, they are endless and you can find restaurants at almost every turn. You can find a list here, but the list is not inclusive of all the restaurants, in fact one of our favorites is not even on it. But, it's still a great resource. A few of our very favorites are:
Val's Italian Restaurant is located at 116 S. Capitol Street (right on the town square) (903) 567-3388
Easley Cattle Co located 610 Hwy 243, (903) 567-0320 (just 1/2 mile out of town, you will love it!)
Chen's Chinese Buffet located at 400 E. Highway 243, Suite 15, (903) 567-6888
Note: Canton is a dry city but Papadale's Grill & Cantina does serve beer and margarita's.
So beginning this show, I will feature some of the Canton vendors every month so you can better see all that's available here!! We have some fantastic talent, check back later this week to see!
The saying here is, "If you can't find it at First Monday in Canton, it doesn't exist!"