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21,552

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247 KM²

Welcome to the Town of Kingsville

Kingsville is well known for it’s exquisite selection of local restaurants and scenic location along the North Shore of Lake Erie. Complementing Kingsville’s local restaurants are the plethora of EPIC Wine Country wineries which call Kingsville home.

Kingsville residents have access to various conservation areas and dog parks located along the Lake Erie shoreline and are a 25-minute drive away from Canada’s southernmost National Park, Point Pelee. There is a ferry service located in-town that offers service to Pelee Island and to Sandusky, Ohio for those looking to take on the roller coasters of Cedar Point.

Discover Kingsville and it’s small town feel blended with big city amenities.

Life in the Town of Kingsville

Kingsville blends modern infrastructure with historical architecture, much of the residential housing follows Victorian era styling.

The waterfront is the pride of Kingsville with it’s boating, fishing and swimming activities. Kingsville has a strong vision for the waterfronts future and is currently mid-way through it’s 5-year Mettawas Park Project which aims to provide residents with access to a splash pad, pavilion, playground, walking trails and gardens.

Kingsville offers both a Public and Catholic elementary school, however there is no Catholic high school option located in town (students are bussed to the close-by Cardinal Carter Catholic High School in Leamington).

Relax in the evenings at one of Kingsville’s local restaurants and then take a stroll through the picturesque Lakeside Park and enjoy the sunset.


Things to Do in the Town of Kingsville

Kingsville is located right in the middle of the EPIC Wine Country and as such there are many tours and wine tasting events through the summer and fall months.

The Kingsville Golf & Country club offers members a premiere golfing experience and the Colosanti’s Tropical Garden is a perfect destination for the whole family!

The Kingsville Historical Park Museum contains many historical artifacts and has a dedicated Veterans Memorial Museum that educates guests on the military and civic history of the Essex County area.

During the spring and fall months Point Pelee national park comes alive with migratory birds and bird watchers alike, it is a must see experience offering plenty of walking, biking and canoeing.

Lakeside Park
 

Located on the shores of Lake Erie, this 16-acre park features walking trails, a playground and ampitheatre.

Kingsville Historical Museum

The museum was established to educate and research on the military and civic history of the Kingsville-Essex region. 

Cedar Beach Conservation Area

Located on Lake Erie at the mouth of Cedar Creek, the beach provides a great area for swimming, sunbathing and relaxing. 

Kingsville Arena Complex

This single pad arena is also home to a hall, meeting rooms and multi-purpose rooms that are available for event rental. 

Jack's Gastropub
 

Patrons are able to enjoy fantastic food and locally made wine on the outdoor patio, or in the distinctive dining room.

Kingsville Golf & Country Club

This pristine 27-Hole course was originally established in 1925 and offers a premiere golfing experience.

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Town of Kingsville, ON

Population: 21,552 Area (KM²): 247

Welcome to the Town of Kingsville

Kingsville is well known for it’s exquisite selection of local restaurants and scenic location along the North Shore of Lake Erie. Complementing Kingsville’s local restaurants are the plethora of EPIC Wine Country wineries which call Kingsville home.

Kingsville residents have access to various conservation areas and dog parks located along the Lake Erie shoreline and are a 25-minute drive away from Canada’s southernmost National Park, Point Pelee. There is a ferry service located in-town that offers service to Pelee Island and to Sandusky, Ohio for those looking to take on the roller coasters of Cedar Point.

Discover Kingsville and it’s small town feel blended with big city amenities.

Life in the Town of Kingsville

Kingsville blends modern infrastructure with historical architecture, much of the residential housing follows Victorian era styling.

The waterfront is the pride of Kingsville with it’s boating, fishing and swimming activities. Kingsville has a strong vision for the waterfronts future and is currently mid-way through it’s 5-year Mettawas Park Project which aims to provide residents with access to a splash pad, pavilion, playground, walking trails and gardens.

Kingsville offers both a Public and Catholic elementary school, however there is no Catholic high school option located in town (students are bussed to the close-by Cardinal Carter Catholic High School in Leamington).

Relax in the evenings at one of Kingsville’s local restaurants and then take a stroll through the picturesque Lakeside Park and enjoy the sunset.

Things to Do in the Town of Kingsville

Kingsville is located right in the middle of the EPIC Wine Country and as such there are many tours and wine tasting events through the summer and fall months.

The Kingsville Golf & Country club offers members a premiere golfing experience and the Colosanti’s Tropical Garden is a perfect destination for the whole family!

The Kingsville Historical Park Museum contains many historical artifacts and has a dedicated Veterans Memorial Museum that educates guests on the military and civic history of the Essex County area.

During the spring and fall months Point Pelee national park comes alive with migratory birds and bird watchers alike, it is a must see experience offering plenty of walking, biking and canoeing.

Lakeside Park
 

Located on the shores of Lake Erie, this 16-acre park features walking trails, a playground and ampitheatre.

Kingsville Historical Museum

The museum was established to educate and research on the military and civic history of the Kingsville-Essex region. 

Cedar Beach Conservation Area

Located on Lake Erie at the mouth of Cedar Creek, the beach provides a great area for swimming, sunbathing and relaxing. 

Kingsville Arena Complex

This single pad arena is also home to a hall, meeting rooms and multi-purpose rooms that are available for event rental. 

Jack's Gastropub
 

Patrons are able to enjoy fantastic food and locally made wine on the outdoor patio, or in the distinctive dining room.

Kingsville Golf & Country Club

This pristine 27-Hole course was originally established in 1925 and offers a premiere golfing experience.

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