When on the mainland of Lake Erie North Shore, discover a Victorian heritage experience in Kingsville, Canada’s southernmost town. As Canada’s most southern town, our climate is warm and our people are even warmer.


Kingsville shares in hosting the largest concentration of vegetable greenhouses in North America. They produce tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, strawberries, flowers and potted plants.  Buy freshly caught fish at the harbour; one of the last commercial fishing ports on the shores of Lake Erie. Our dining scene offers farm to table menus, house-made burgers, regional pours and food-focused craft beers.

Kingsville is home to four wineries including Pelee Island Winery, Canada’s largest estate winery, which produce a variety of award-winning wines from their local vineyards.


We have a strong accommodation industry with many bed and breakfasts and inns, campgrounds, cottages, a motel and boutique hotel. They help provide tourists a home away from home.


Kingsville is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages, where stellar boating, fishing and golf meet with miles or recreational trails and waterfront charm.  Chill out and enjoy the town’s vibe filled with eclectic boutiques, authentic foodie experiences starring farm to table menus, and trails that lead to scenic vistas and retreats – right down to Lake Erie.  Take scenic bike rides along heritage County Roads 20 and 50, where EPIC Wine Country awaits.  Let the lush life of Kingsville engulf your inner senses with splendor and delight.

For families, don’t miss Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens, 3.5 acre fantasy land where kids will love the petting zoo, 18-hole mini-golf, an indoor playground and an arcade, while enjoying their specialities – “broasted chicken”, homemade donuts, pizza and butter fudge.


Discover Kingsville

Discover Kingsville

Indulge in our variety of cuisine that will transport you to another country in just one bite. We pride ourselves in being the most diverse cultural landscape in Ontario. Paddle, hike, or cycle your way in our home of songbirds, monarchs, wildlife, and scenic nature trails.