There’s a small-town atmosphere and rural charm to Norfolk County, which has a population of 64,044 people. Agriculture, tourism and manufacturing are its major employers, and the county’s farmers supply more fruits and vegetables to Canada’s dinner tables and restaurants than anywhere else in the country.
The landscape of Norfolk County is diverse, with lakefront cottages, beautiful beaches, picturesque farms and pristine forests. Fishing is a key attraction, as are birding, boating, hiking, camping and cycling. Its world-class wineries and local restaurants are very popular as well. It’s an active and welcoming community that’s proud of its reputation as “Ontario’s Garden.”