NameKingsville lighthouse
AddressLeamington ON
CategorySights / Landmarks / Museums

Kingsville, Canada's most southern town, was named after James King, its founder, and was known early on as 'Canada's Paradise Garden', due to its good climate and productive soil. Located roughly midway between the Detroit River and Point Pelee, the Village of Kingsville was incorporated into a town in 1901 on account of it being 'an important business centre, with a good harbor, and contiguous to a rich and well settled farming community...
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From Highway 18 in Kingsville, turn south onto Division Street and then just before your third street (Maple Street), turn left into the parking lot for Branch 188 Royal Canadian Legion. Kingsville Historical Park, which includes Charlie Campbell Memorial Museum Museum and Kingsville Lighthouse, are located at the end of the parking lot. The lighthouse is owned by Kingsville Historical Park. Grounds open, tower closed.

Coordinates42.03256, -82.73773
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