Norfolk County

Norfolk County is a municipality of approximately 60,000 people, located along the northern shore of Lake Erie in southwestern Ontario Canada. The county seat is Simcoe, the main market town of Norfolk County, with a bustling downtown retail core and numerous shopping opportunities. Simcoe also has a beautiful park system and fairground which plays host to festivals throughout the year.

Communities in Norfolk: Courtland; Delhi; Langton; Pine Grove; Port Dover; Port Rowan; Simcoe; Turkey Point; Vittoria and Waterford.

Antique enthusiasts will delight in the treasures found in shops throughout Courtland, Delhi, Port Rowan, Simcoe and Port Dover.

Beaches and boardwalks, sunshine and sandals, famous hot-dogs and fresh perch, fancy yachts and fishing tugs, summer theatre and waterfront pubs, fresh hand-cut fries and ice creams ... all waiting for you in Port Dover!

Enjoy Turkey Point, a beautiful beach front community along the shores of Lake Erie. Settled in 1793, Turkey Point was named for the vast number of wild turkeys that are native to the area.

Discover Delhi, and see the Ontario Tobacco Museum and Heritage Centre which preserves the rich history of the tobacco industry that helped build the town or visit their annual Harvest Festival held each September for five fun filled days. 

Visit Waterford, home of the famous Pumpkinfest, which has been celebrated each October for the past twenty years. Parades, crafts, costumes, fireworks, a car show, food and of course plenty of pumpkins will delight young and old alike. The historic town of Waterford is home to the Waterford Antique Market, an entire "city block" of antiques under one roof. 

Long Point, a United Nations World Biosphere Reserve has a unique blend of long uninterrupted beaches, sand dunes, grassy ridges, woodlands, marshes and ponds. Long Point is a wonderful place for boating, fishing, camping, swimming, water skiing and scuba diving or do a little birding in the local woods and watch the bird banders at work.

The 860 acre Backus Woods Heritage Conservation Area is recognized as one of the best remaining examples of Carolinian forest in Canada with an exceptional diversity of flora and fauna and brings natural and cultural heritage together with recreation.

Norfolk's history has been closely associated with that of the neighbouring Haldimand County. Norfolk was first created as a county in 1792. In 1800, Haldimand was formed from a portion of Norfolk. The two counties were separate until 1974, when they were reunited as the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.

<>In 2001, Haldimand and Norfolk were separated again in a round of municipal restructuring based on a report by provincially-appointed special advisor Milt Farrow. Although both Haldimand and Norfolk use the name "county" for historical reasons, each is governed as a single-tier municipality, with city status, thus neither is a true county. Interestingly, immediately following restructuring in 2001 "Norfolk County" was named the "Town of Norfolk." The newly-formed municipality's first by-law was to change the name to "Norfolk County."

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