About Kingsville

If you enjoy a warm climate and even warmer hospitality, we welcome you to “Canada’s Southernmost Town”. Discover over 40 restaurants with southern hospitality and signature dishes. Tour many award-winning wineries and enjoy tastings and events. Buy local fruits and vegetables from roadside stands throughout our lovely countryside. Shop at unique retail stores and garden centres.

Kingsville has three championship golf courses. Our recreation facilities offer skating and curling rinks, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, and tennis courts. Lakeside Park is a waterfront park with mature trees and beach access. Enjoy the gardens, gazebos, and walking paths. The Cedar Island Marina and Yacht Club is a great location for boating and sailing. Cedar Creek is one of the most beautiful natural areas in the Essex Region and a destination for birders.

Kingsville boasts Victorian architecture and sites rich in history. See 30 properties designated under the Ontario Heritage Act. Explore the Kingsville Historical Park Museum and world-renowned Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary. Enjoy world-class performances with events like the Kingsville Folk Music Festival and a four concert series. Migration Hall offers musical performances and theatrical productions year-round. 

© 2017 by Kingsville House Bed & Breakfast

Kingsville House Bed & Breakfast

147 Division St. N. 

Kingsville ON

N9Y 1E3

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