Places to Stay

Norfolk County has many lodging options for visitors who wish to stay overnight. Hotels, cottages, bed and breakfast establishments… all cater to the tourist who is looking for a good night’s sleep. There are many campgrounds across Norfolk County for the outdoor adventurer, too.

Bed & Breakfasts

Find out more at NorfolkTourism.ca.

Camping

What a great way to become one with nature. Sleep under the stars, have a campfire and take a hike.

Things To Do

Norfolk County is alive with things to do all year long. Live theatre and local festivals add colour and vitality to our many towns and villages. Take your family on an adventure to our museums and historic sites. In summer, explore many activities on the water, such as boating, waterskiing and swimming. Tour the many shops and retail stores of Norfolk County, including antiques, gift shops, and farm markets. More info at norfolktourism.ca.

Ports, Towns & Villages

Outline information for our communities is listed below. For more details, click on links to individual communities.

Did you know Rattlesnake Harbour in Norfolk County is nowhere near Lake Erie? Ever wondered why Vittoria is spelled the way it is? Visit an extended list of ports, villages and hamlets at www.norfolktourism.ca/towns or get your copy of the Norfolk County Map & Local Food Guide, for all streets, roads and communities in Norfolk, including ghost towns.

Fire Department

Norfolk County is divided into 11 fire districts. These districts are based on the principle of providing the appropriate fire or rescue service in the best possible time frame. Each fire district is serviced by a fire station. Fire stations vary in size and capability according to the fire protection and rescue needs of the fire district. The fire districts do not operate independently since all operations are coordinated through a common fire dispatch centre and it is very common for firefighters and fire apparatus to respond from more than one station to an incident, depending on the need.