The Town of Kingsville is rich in history and Victorian era architecture. Primarily an agricultural community nestled along the north shore of Lake Erie, the Town has declared itself geographically the Southernmost Downtown area in Canada. Kingsville enjoys an ideal growing climate and benefits from a diverse technologically-based agricultural economy, with natural and eco-tourism and opportunities for all ages.
Kingsville values its heritage and is committed to growth and renewal in a way which will ensure to offer a small-town, friendly atmosphere while enhancing the environment.
Kingsville boasts some of the best known wineries, greenhouses and prime agricultural lands and a small town quality of life second to none. Kingsville is not only the destination of choice, but the launching point for adventures to Pelee Island and Sandusky, Ohio via a regular ferry service shared with Leamington.
The Town is strategically located within 30 km of the City of Windsor and USA border with direct access to Provincial Highway 401 via Provincial Highway Number 3. The Town also has a commercial fishing port and seasonal ferry services to Pelee Island and USA.
The Town was reincorporated on January 1, 1999 for the purpose of combining the former Townships of Gosfield North, Gosfield South and Town of Kingsville and provides a unique blend of picturesque small urban centres to live in such as, the Village of Cottam and Hamlet of Ruthven in addition to the former Town of Kingsville.
We invite you to explore this web site further for more details about our many local attractions, events, and the extraordinary quality of life we can offer you in our community.