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Welcome to the Town of Amherstburg

Founded in 1796 with the establishment of Fort Malden by British Forces, Amherstburg is known for it’s historic beauty, impressive public gardens and serene sunsets. Amherstburg is a popular tourist destination along Lake Erie which means that there are plenty of attractions to see!

Amherstburg has won 5 Communities in Bloom Awards and has been recognized as Canada’s Safest Community by StatsCan an impressive 4 times.

Boblo Island is an important part of the Town of Amherstburg, with a ferry service catering to the needs of residents and plenty of upscale housing.

Life in the Town of Amherstburg

The community feel of Amherstburg is tough to beat, from the heritage lamp posts and street signs, to the scenic walks through manicured gardens along the Detroit River. With excellent infrastructure and focus on community safety, Amherstburg is a very appealing location for families.

Amherstburg also offers a multitude of schooling options including Catholic, French Immersion and Public programs. The University of Windsor and St. Clair College are approximately 20 minutes away.

For those looking to take in a Lion’s game or access big city amenities, Detroit is a 30 minute drive.


Things to Do in the Town of Amherstburg

Amherstburg is proud of it’s nearly 225-year history and maintains several historic sites for tourists and residents alike to enjoy. The Fort Malden National Historic Site is perhaps the most recognized, however the Gibson Gallery, King’s Navy Yard Park and the Bellevue House are noteworthy locations.

Amherstburg boasts two local golf courses within a ten-minute drive and the large multi-sport Libro Centre facility located right in town to meet your sporting needs. Amherstburg hosts a variety of local businesses that can cater to almost any requirement, from The Fort Fun Centre which offers laser tag, bowling, beach volleyball and much more, to the Waterfront Ice Cream store located right downtown along the Detroit river.

Amherstburg is also along the EPIC Wine Country route and boasts several fantastic dining options with scenic views of the Detroit River sunsets.

King's Navy Yard Park

This 10.5 acre park is located Downtown and offers gorgeous flower gardens, replica cannons and historical monuments.

Libro Credit Union Centre

This state-of-the-art sports facility boasts NHL-size ice pads, an indoor turf soccer field, baseball diamonds and more!

Pointe West Golf Club

This links-style golf course has 18-Holes that weave through old growth timber and over rolling hills.

Fort Malden

 

Originally built in 1795 by the British, this fort is now a Parks Canada Historic Site that is open for visitors to explore.

Holiday Beach

 

With a pristine sandy beach on the shores of Lake Erie, plus many other amenities, Holiday Beach makes a great day trip.

Waterfront Ice Cream

Established in 1979, this popular Amherstburg destination now offers over 50 flavours of ice cream to enjoy.

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Town of Amherstburg, ON

Population: 21,936 Area (KM²): 186

Welcome to the Town of Amherstburg

Founded in 1796 with the establishment of Fort Malden by British Forces, Amherstburg is known for it’s historic beauty, impressive public gardens and serene sunsets. Amherstburg is a popular tourist destination along Lake Erie which means that there are plenty of attractions to see!

Amherstburg has won 5 Communities in Bloom Awards and has been recognized as Canada’s Safest Community by StatsCan an impressive 4 times.

Boblo Island is an important part of the Town of Amherstburg, with a ferry service catering to the needs of residents and plenty of upscale housing.

Life in the Town of Amherstburg

The community feel of Amherstburg is tough to beat, from the heritage lamp posts and street signs, to the scenic walks through manicured gardens along the Detroit River. With excellent infrastructure and focus on community safety, Amherstburg is a very appealing location for families.

Amherstburg also offers a multitude of schooling options including Catholic, French Immersion and Public programs. The University of Windsor and St. Clair College are approximately 20 minutes away.

For those looking to take in a Lion’s game or access big city amenities, Detroit is a 30 minute drive.

Things to Do in the Town of Amherstburg

Amherstburg is proud of it’s nearly 225-year history and maintains several historic sites for tourists and residents alike to enjoy. The Fort Malden National Historic Site is perhaps the most recognized, however the Gibson Gallery, King’s Navy Yard Park and the Bellevue House are noteworthy locations.

Amherstburg boasts two local golf courses within a ten-minute drive and the large multi-sport Libro Centre facility located right in town to meet your sporting needs. Amherstburg hosts a variety of local businesses that can cater to almost any requirement, from The Fort Fun Centre which offers laser tag, bowling, beach volleyball and much more, to the Waterfront Ice Cream store located right downtown along the Detroit river.

Amherstburg is also along the EPIC Wine Country route and boasts several fantastic dining options with scenic views of the Detroit River sunsets.

King's Navy Yard Park

This 10.5 acre park is located Downtown and offers gorgeous flower gardens, replica cannons and historical monuments.

Libro Credit Union Centre

This state-of-the-art sports facility boasts NHL-size ice pads, an indoor turf soccer field, baseball diamonds and more!

Pointe West Golf Club

This links-style golf course has 18-Holes that weave through old growth timber and over rolling hills.

Fort Malden

 

Originally built in 1795 by the British, this fort is now a Parks Canada Historic Site that is open for visitors to explore.

Holiday Beach

 

With a pristine sandy beach on the shores of Lake Erie, plus many other amenities, Holiday Beach makes a great day trip.

Waterfront Ice Cream

Established in 1979, this popular Amherstburg destination now offers over 50 flavours of ice cream to enjoy.

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