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Best things to do in Kingsville
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1. Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village
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Suggested duration: 1h 30 minLearn more about Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village
2. Cindy's Home & Garden
Located on the north shore of Lake Erie, in the quaint Victorian town of Kingsville, Cindy’s Home & Garden is the areas premier garden centre and gift shop. From its humble beginnings as a one greenhouse operation that began in 1989, Cindy’s Home & Garden has blossomed into a 4000 square ft gift & garden shop including an active seasonal garden centre. When people walk into Cindy’s for the first time, they are often in awe of how spacious and beautiful the store is. From a real mulberry root ball hanging from the 16 ft high ceilings, to a stone-look floor, Cindy’s takes shopping to a whole new level. Open all year long, Cindy’s attributes its success to friendly service, quality, value, and uniqueness.
Suggested duration: 1 hourLearn more about Cindy's Home & Garden
3. Aleksander Estate Winery
Our focus is on making small batch, high quality wines that capture and reflect the characteristics of each vintage. We have award winning white, red and fruit wines available. Our vineyard is nestled atop one of the highest points in Essex County and is naturally protected, which allows the grapes to grow and express each growing season. Family owned and operated, we use only grapes grown in our own vineyard and region to create wines that are truly unique in character and craftsmanship. We welcome you to come and visit our tasting room at the vineyard and experience what we have to offer. Who knows, you just might discover your new favorite wine.
Tours (by reservation only): Group of 1 – 5 $10/per person + HST, Group of 6 or more $7/per person + HST
Suggested duration: 1 hourLearn more about Aleksander Estate Winery
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4. Grape Vine Tours
Grape Vine Tours offers excursions for groups of 2 to 12 visitors. We pick you up at your residence, hotel, B&B, or marina anywhere in Windsor or Essex County, tour you and then return you. Enjoy the experience and leave the driving and details to us. Savour award winning wines and culinary delights while enjoying the beautiful countryside. Indulge. We’ll tour.
North Shore Wine Adventure – includes: tastings at 4 wineries and gourmet lunch with a glass of wine.
Wine Your Way Along The North Shore – includes: tastings at 4 wineries and lunch.
Taste of Windsor’s Craft Breweries – includes: tour of 4 craft breweries, tastings and a light lunch
Spirit and Brew Tour –includes a tour of the historic Canadian Club Brand Centre and craft breweries, tastings and lunch
Shop at Cindy’s Home and Garden Centre, lunch at Jack’s Gastropub, shopping in Kingsville and wine tasting at one or two wineries.
Custom tours as requested.
Suggested duration: 4 hoursLearn more about Grape Vine Tours
5. Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary
The Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary was one of the first of its kind in North America, and remains in existence today. It is located near Kingsville in Essex County, Ontario, resting on a peninsula between Lake Erie to the south and Lake Saint Clair to the north. It is ten miles away from the well-known birding destination Point Pelee National Park, which Miner helped to designate as a national park in 1918. (The "Atlantic" and "Mississippi" migratory flyways converge in this area.)
Jack Miner died in 1944. He had been presented with the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by King George VI in 1943 "for the greatest achievement in conservation in the British Empire." In his lifetime, he had banded over 50,000 wild ducks and 40,000 Canada geese. Several U.S. newspapers rated him among the best-known men on the continent, among Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Charles Lindbergh and Eddie Rickenbacker. In 1947, Canada's National Wildlife Week Act passed unanimously to be observed the week of Jack Miner's birth, April 10 each year.
The first school to be named after the legendary conservationist was built in 1956 and renamed Jack Miner Public School in 1968. It remains to this day, just a few miles from Miner's sanctuary in what was Gosfield South Township. Each year the graduating students participate in the yearly banding activities at the sanctuary. A school in the name of Jack Miner was created in 2001 in Whitby, Ontario, administered by the Durham District School Board. There is also a Jack Miner Senior Public School in Guildwood in city of Scarborough,ON.
The Town of Kingsville Ontario celebrates the life and legacy of Jack Miner in an Annual Fall Migration Festival.
Suggested duration: 1 hourLearn more about Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary
6. Lakeside Park
This picturesque park is located on the shore of Lake Erie, it offers flowers gardens, walking paths, gazebo’s and a large indoor Pavilion. This park is great for family picnics/reunions, showers, stag and does, wedding ceremonies and wedding receptions.
Suggested duration: 30 minutesLearn more about Lakeside Park
7. Mastronardi Estate Winery
Mastronardi Estate Winery, established in 2006, is nestled in the heart of Essex County! Owners, Eadie and Tony Mastronardi, along with winemaker Karl Lonsbery are dedicated to growing exceptional grapes and producing high quality VQA wines.
The 100 acre vineyard, originally planted over 25 years ago during the revival of wine production in Southern Ontario, produces many varietals of Vinifera. The vines thrive amongst 1000 + acres of vineyards in Southwestern Ontario, located along a peninsula that wraps around the north shore of Lake Erie. The moderating effect of the climate is ensured by the warm waters of Lake Erie, the Detroit River and Lake St. Clair, which surround this peninsula. It is the location along the 42nd north parallel (similar to that of French Riviera, Mendecino California, Tuscany Italy and southern France) that gives Lake Erie North Shore the highest accumulation of heat units in Ontario each summer. This Lake effect along with abundant sunshine results in the high sugars and ideal acid levels of each varietal. Therefore, an earlier harvest is common.
Suggested duration: 1 hourLearn more about Mastronardi Estate Winery
8. Lee and Maria's
Suggested duration: 30 minutesLearn more about Lee and Maria's
9. Black Bear Farms of Ontario Estate Winery
Our family estate winery specializes in fruit wines made from our very own berries and fruit. They say life is full of the unexpected and adventure, and here at Black Bear, we are living it and growing each day. Knowing first hand the different characteristics and varieties of fruit through years of berry farming experience, we strive to put that essence into every bottle. Come join us for a tasting and some country charm, and be pleasantly surprised by our 44 different award-winning wines. Be sure to take a bottle home to share with your family and friends, as all fine wine should be enjoyed with good company!
Suggested duration: 1 hourLearn more about Black Bear Farms of Ontario Estate Winery
10. Cooper's Hawk Vineyards and The Vines Restaurant, Harrow
Welcome to world-class wines, expertly crafted cuisine, and a naturalist’s haven. Take in our tasting room, The Vines Restaurant, and patio dining. Enjoy the beautiful vineyards, wildlife, and majestic sunsets while enjoying a glass of award winning wine.
Located in a pristine setting, we offer wine tastings with a unique view of our vineyards. Cooper’s Hawk Vineyards is an estate winery located on 70 acres of land in the Lake Erie North Shore viticulture region. Our name was chosen from one of the many birds of prey that frequent the 5 acres of green space surrounding our vineyards, and our logo symbolizes our commitment to the environment. We focus on high quality affordable wines grown on an environmentally supportive site.
Cooper’s Hawk Vineyards is pleased to also offer a unique dining experience at The Vines Restaurant. The restaurant has a seating capacity of 44 with outdoor patio seating available in good weather for another 40 seats. Taste, tour, and dine for the total Cooper’s Hawk Vineyards experience.
Suggested duration: 1h 30 minLearn more about Cooper's Hawk Vineyards and The Vines Restaurant
11. Point Pelee National Park, Leamington
Breathe in the fresh air during an adventure through Point Pelee National Park--15 sq km (5.8 sq mi) of protected land jutting out into Lake Erie. Take the boardwalk across the marshlands and head out onto sandy spits for extensive views of the shimmering lake. As the southernmost point of mainland Canada, the park offers sights of creatures unseen elsewhere in the country, such as the fox snake and the five-lined skink. Birders have spotted about 360 different species of migratory birds in the park, which is a meeting point of two major migration paths.
Suggested duration: 2 hoursLearn more about Point Pelee National Park
12. Old Dutch Guys Chocolate
Creativity, dreaming and hard work have no age limit. Dutch Boys Chocolate, in Kingsville, was created by Cor Boone and Henry Noestheden from a 30 year old dream and 100 years of combined artistry, craft and problem solving. These two authentic Dutch buys create magical Belgian chocolate wonders at their beautiful store and research lab on Main Street in downtown Kingsville.
Unique hand carved wooden moulds become dark chocolate birds, dogs, cats, pigs, pears, fish, bugs, butterflies and a whole lot more. Cor and Henry have also created their own artisanal line of hand crafted truffles and chocolate bars as well. Every piece unique and full of Yum!
Dutch Boys Chocolate has gifts and taste treats that you will not find anywhere else on earth. If you’re looking for something really special for Christmas, this is the place.
Suggested duration: 30 minutesLearn more about Old Dutch Guys Chocolate
13. Kingsville Golf & Country Club
Kingsville Golf & Country Club is a scenic course of championship quality, offering 27 holes inundated with trees, traps, hills, water and wild life. The course is made up of three nines named Red, White & Gold, each with its own unique character. Errant shots on at least a dozen holes can find water. Over 100 sand traps enhance competitive golf for all levels of players. Come prepared! For those balls that avoid the rough, the well groomed fairways will be a delight.
The large greens, especially on the Gold course is an award winning golf course that defies the flatlands of Essex County. The rolling landscape and treed fairways flow naturally throughout the three nine hole courses- each offering its own set of challenges for every level of golfer. Known for its impeccable conditioning and true, quick greens, Kingsville has welcomed several provincial and national championships in Canadian golf. Our club is also honored to be home to three Canadian Amateur Champions- Cheryll Damphouse, Laura Henderson-Matthews and one of Canada’s most promising professionals, Richard Scott.
Should you feel inspired by our home course champions, we welcome you to warm up on our incredible practice facility that includes target greens, a 30-station hitting area, chipping greens, and a practice green.
After your round, relax in our clubhouse and enjoy our menu. We are as famous for our food as we are for our championship golf course. Kingsville has always enjoyed being open to members and guests as a semi-private golf facility. Our staff and members are very proud of our fine golf course and clubhouse, as well as the recognition they have received. We look forward to welcoming you.
Suggested duration: 4h 30 minLearn more about Kingsville Golf & Country Club
14. Banded Goose Brewing Co.
Banded Goose Brewing Co. is the brewing ‘wing’ of its parent company, Jack’s GastroPub, Inn31.
We love Beer at Jack’s Gastropub, Inn31 and continue to support the Craft Beer industry in our back yard, province, country and continent.
“To Create Unique, Flavourful Beers which have a good story to tell as a result of our adherence to good brewing practices and utilization of local inputs”
We look forward to working with local producers as we develop our Beer portfolio.
Suggested duration: 1 hourLearn more about Banded Goose Brewing Co.
15. Anna's Garden, Home & Wellness
Suggested duration: 1 hourLearn more about Anna's Garden, Home & Wellness
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