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Come to the quaint little town of Selkirk, where you and your family can enjoy a stay at a nearby campground or relax in a charming Bed and Breakfast.
Enjoy swimming or relaxing on Lake Erie’s sunny shores. Take a hike on one of our nature trails, or enjoy a leisurely stroll along Lake Erie or Stoney Creek. Selkirk is a bird watcher’s paradise. Visit our unique shops for anything you need: handmade items, antiques and collectibles, or building materials. Don’t miss the murals on the town’s main corners.
For nature lovers, Selkirk Provincial Park has excellent camping and picnicking facilities. The park borders Lake Erie, well known for its sport fishing. Docking facilities and boat launches are located nearby the community.
The Selkirk area is home to the heritage attractions of Wilson MacDonald Memorial School Museum, an 1872 red brick Schoolhouse, the Canadian Drilling Rig Museum and Cottonwood Mansion, a 19th Century red brick structure open for guided tours.
Activities throughout the year include Heritage Day in February, the Selkirk Gas Festival and the Firefighter’s annual Fish Fry in August. The Canadian Drilling Rig Museum Open House takes place in September. Drop by one of our attractions or museums and satisfy your appetite at one of our restaurants.

We hope to see you this summer!

Selkirk Map

Selkirk Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 275 Selkirk, ON N0A 1P0
P: 905-776-2735; F: 905-776-5123

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