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Located on the northern shore of the lake, where Kettle Creek begins, Port Stanley is an important touristic region in Ontario. Explored by travellers and adventurers in the 17th and 18th centuries, it served initially as a landing spot for European travellers and a camping refugee as well. It was established by Adrien Jolliet, the brother of the notorious explorer Louis Jolliet in 1669.

Port Stanley Beaches

The prestigious Blue Flag was raised again for the 10th consecutive year on Port Stanley’s Main Beach.
The Blue Flag is sought after for beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators as an indication of their high environmental and quality standards.

Dine with us


Kettle CreekInn & Restaurant
GTs on the Beach
SoLo on Main
Two Forks Restaurant
Windjammer Inn
The Buccaneer Restaurant
782 Taphouse
Telegraph House

Coffee Shops & Cafes

Art & Soul Café
The Harbour Merchant Coffee Co.
That Breakfast Place
Village Square Coffee House


Pizzaxls Pizza +
Main Street Taqueria
Shebaz’s Shawarma & Falafel
Barnacle’s Beerhouse and Eatery

Shop with us

Him & Her

Apropos/ Apropos for Men
Frankly Scarlett
Lady Savannah Fashion Boutique
Studio Style
The Window Shop
Chique Shack
Kazwear Swimwear


James Street Home Decor
Joshua & Company
Portside Gallery
Little Beach Shop
Modern Maple

Never to far for a daytrip

Port Stanley’s geographic location places it within a reasonable driving distance from many notable cities and attractions. It will take you approximately 2 hours to reach Toronto for a day of shopping and entertainment, or Niagara Falls.