Chatham-Kent residents enjoy beautiful natural scenery, a variety of recreational activities, a low cost of living and unique business opportunities. There are many reasons why you should choose Chatham-Kent!
Located between Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair, Chatham-Kent offers a warm Ontario climate, close proximity to water and beautiful natural scenery, and low house prices.
Chatham-Kent is a great place to work, be an entrepreneur, learn, and call "home"! If you are seeking a better quality of life, a home for your family, new employment, a location for your own business, or opportunities for education, consider Chatham-Kent. Come visit and test the water!
Cultivating Your Future, Shore to Shore.
Chatham-Kent's beautiful natural scenery, active agricultural sector and location between Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair make it a one-of-a kind location for boating, hunting, golf, agri-tourism and water sports. Our rich history, connections to the Underground Railroad, great beaches and proximity to water make us a destination for history buffs, classic car enthusiasts, sports fans, water lovers and anyone excited by culture.
Chatham-Kent is not short on activities and entertainment. Our large geography, great climate, natural amenities and active agricultural sector ensure that there are activities and entertainment for people of all ages and interests. Check out our calendar and plan to join us!
Located between two lakes and surrounded by rich, productive farmland, Chatham-Kent is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Our beautiful location allows residents to enjoy activities such as:
- Trips to several
beaches located along the north shore of Lake Erie and the east shore of Lake St. Clair
- Camping at two Provincial Parks (Rondeau and
- Bird watching at several locations, including the
St. Clair National Wildlife Area and our conservation areas.
- Boating, fishing and social events on or by the water at
Mitchell’s Bay, Lighthouse Cove and along the Sydenham River
Chatham-Kent also experiences one of the mildest climates in Canada, making it possible for residents to stay active year-round.
|Average Daily Temperature Comparison by Month (Celsius)|
Based on data from 1981-2010.
Source: Government of Canada, Canadian Climate Normals Station Data
There are many places for you to rest your head in Chatham-Kent. Stay in an award winning hotel, or stay close to nature by camping at one of our campgrounds or two provincial parks.
Make a holiday out of your visit - you might find yourself making a life here.
Questions or Comments?
Whether you are interested in employment, entrepreneurship, education, or simply becoming part of what we think is the greatest community in southwestern Ontario, it would be our pleasure to connect you with more information and help you make the most of your trip. While you are here, why not receive an orientation to Chatham-Kent? We are proud to call Chatham-Kent "home" and to showcase our community, its great value housing and exceptional quality of life; we would be more than happy to arrange a Connect to CK tour for you.
Resident Attraction and Retention
Phone: 519-360-1998 ext. 3059