Port Dover has long been a favorite destination for visitors from both Canada and the United States of America. In addition to sandy beaches, beautiful scenery, unique shops, the renowned Lighthouse Festival Theatre, great restaurant selections and world famous perch and pickerel, Port Dover hosts a multitude of festivals and fun events throughout the year for the entire family to enjoy.
For listings of Norfolk County bicycle-friendly businesses where cyclists can visit, eat and sleep, go to www.ontariobybike.ca
Visit www.norfolktrails.ca and Pathways for People for more information!
Listed below are some of Norfolk County’s best scenic routes and trails! Click the link to see maps, photos and more.
If you are craving an Arbor hot dog or an afternoon at the beach, this is the place for you. Port Dover is a beautiful and quiet resort town with friendly people and, of course, the scenic beach. Jump into the water for a relaxing swim or soak up the sun on the sand for that South Coast tan. The pier is a focal point for anglers, couples in love, and seniors watching the fishing tugs return with their catches. If you want to hit the open water, the waterfront boasts a great marina and charter tours.Other Beaches in the Area:
Port Dover and the surrounding area offers many festivals and tours throughout the year.
Long Point Bay is a MUST destination for fishing! Long Point Bay on Lake Erie can be described as tropical fishing paradise full of hard-fighting Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and many other species.
Long Point Bay is a world-class bass fishery. With depths ranging from 2-10', the inner bay warms up early creating ideal spawning grounds for the majority of bass this side of Lake Erie.
You can also hunt Deer, Wild Turkeys, Ducks, Rabbit and Pheasant in Norfolk. Please check the Norfolk website below for more information about seasons.
Come and experience the many places to eat around town.Farmer's Markets
Port Dover offers many great places to golf.