Why you'd want to live in Dunnville
Dunnville is a unique and quiet town. Dunnville incorporated as a village in 1860 and as a town in 1900. In 1974 the town amalgamated with the townships of Dunn, Canborough, Moulton and Sherbrooke; forming the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk. This small town draws vacationers and visitors from all around with its festivals and natural attractions. The annual Mudcat Festival is held in June to celebrate one of the Grand River’s most well-known inhabitants. The festival includes a parade, strongman contests, midway, fireworks and more. Another popular event is the Agricultural Fair, held in late August which includes horse shows, sheep and goat shows. The Grand River and nearby Lake Erie offer a host of aquatic activities from swimming, sailing, wind-surfing, canoeing and features prime locations for fishing. Tourists and locals can hike through Byng Island Conservation Area or Rock Point Provincial Park where fossils and natural beauty can be seen.