Welcome To Kingsville
Quaint, quiet and growing! This community which sits along the North Shore of Lake Erie is considered one of the safest in Canada, and has unlimited growth potential for entrepreneurs, especially in the agricultural sector. It’s a community dedicated to keeping its heritage alive while investing in the future. It’s a 40 minute drive to Windsor which means you can live a quiet life in a smaller community with all the conveniences of a big city a short drive away. Kingsville offers warm county charm and something for everyone.
Quality of Life
Along with the picturesque setting along the waterfront, a mild climate, a bustling downtown, and hectares upon hectares of prime agricultural land, the town offers a rich tapestry of things to do for all ages. The town promotes its unique spot as the southernmost downtown community with both ecotourism and the wine industry taking off.
The town has also embarked on a $3,500,000 waterfront development project to transform the area into a recreation space for all residents. Plans include trails, more green space and splash pad.
In terms of educating your kids, there are 4 boards from which to choose:
Culture + Things to Do
Kingsville’s geographical setting lends itself to outdoor activities like cycling, biking and boating. One of the nicest parks is Lakeside Park, situated on the shore of Lake Erie, which is popular with recreation enthusiasts and is the perfect backdrop for wedding pictures.
During the summer, Cedar Beach is an excellent place to relax and soak up the sun. Colasanti’s Tropical Garden is a great family destination with a petting zoo, exotic animals, miniature golf, and an incredible variety of plants and foliage.
Being a wine region, Kingsville naturally offers great culinary experiences all year long with a wide array of restaurants. They offer unique atmospheres, great hospitality and exclusive chef designed dishes with the use of the county’s fresh bounty of local ingredients. Kingsville is home to Essex County’s biggest and best known winery, Pelee Island Winery. You can find their wines at the LCBO.
Kingsville is also a jumping off point to Pelee Island, and Sandusky, Ohio with both destinations a short ferry ride away. The island is a very special place where you can bird watch, cycle around the island or just simply relax! Sandusky is the home of the popular amusement park Cedar Point, considered the roller coaster capital of the world.
Lovers of Victorian era architecture could find their affordable dream house in Kingsville. There are some unbelievable deals to be found in this picturesque community. If you’re looking for something on the water, there are options in Kingsville for all budgets.
With easy access to the 401, the U.S. and Windsor, Kingsville is the ideal location for the buyer who wants all the amenities of a larger centre while enjoying a slower and quainter pace of life.
Agriculture is the main industry in the town, in which farmers are using the latest technological advances in which to succeed. Kingsville is also the site of a commercial fishery and is the launching point of a ferry which runs to Pelee Island and Sandusky, Ohio.
The town is focused on its economic development, stating it will be focusing on attracting retirees, tourism, enhanced communication networking, small business development, industrial park development and waterfront and marina development. Kingsville is also working with WEConnect and Connect Ontario to use technology as a tool for economic growth.
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