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Getting Here

By Bike

Norfolk County is well connected with its rail trail system. You can ride part of the Trans Canada Trail from Brantford on the T.H. & B. Trail all the way to Waterford, Simcoe, Port Dover and Delhi. For road riders, follow the Lake Erie Cycling Route between Windsor and Fort Erie.

By Air

Hamilton International Airport:

Westjet operates from this airport, with flights arriving from various cities in Canada and United States.

London International Airport:

Airlines include Air Canada, United, Delta and Westjet with flights arriving from Chicago, Orlando and Detroit, as well as select Canadian cities.

Waterloo International Airport:

Westjet operates from this airport with daily non-stop flights to Calgary with connections to cities in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.  Bearskin Airlines operates to Ottawa with flights to northern Ontario cities.

Toronto (Lester B. Pearson) International Airport:

Canada’s largest and busiest airport servicing flights to and from destinations all over the world.

Buffalo Niagara International Airport:

Located in Buffalo,New York, this airport is close to the New York/Ontario border
averaging 110 flights daily to US destinations and connecting flights.

Detroit Metro Airport:

Located in Detroit, Michigan, this airport is close to the Michigan/Ontario border.  It is one of the busiest airports in the US and is one of the busiest transportation hubs in the world, serving over 160 destinations globally.

By Train

VIA Rail:

Conveniently located in downtown Brantford, this station has ticket purchasing and a waiting room.

GO Transit:

GO trains make regular stops at Hamilton.

By Motorcycle

Planning a visit to Port Dover by motorcycle or to travel through the rest of Norfolk by bike? Be sure to check out www.cruisethecoast.ca for a printable version of routes throughout Ontario’s South Coast, including events, accommodations and other useful information.  Or pick up your copy at any visitor centre during the summer months.

Signs to Watch

To help protect the unspoiled beauty of Norfolk County’s countryside, there is an official signage program in place to point you in the direction of tourism or agricultural-related points-of-interest, in blue/white and green/yellow respectively.

Marinas

There are a number of public-access marinas along the entire Norfolk County coast, in communities such as Port Dover, Turkey Point, Booth’s Harbour, St. Williams, Port Rowan and Long Point.

Latest News

Norfolk County is home to several local media outlets including 98.9 MyFM radio and Eastlink and Nordel cable TV. Local newspapers include the daily Simcoe Reformer, weeklies Delhi News-Record, Norfolk Hub and Port Dover Maple Leaf, and monthlies Port Rowan Good News, SNAP and The Silo. Regional and national media can also be received in Norfolk County.

Weather

The average high temperature in Norfolk County is 27°C (81°F) in July. The average low temperature is -8.5°C (16°F) in January. Radio: 162.450 MHz

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