Generations of family farms generate countless opportunities.
Huron-Kinloss is actually three small communities in one: stock up on staples in Lucknow, go botanical in Ripley and stroll the beach in Point Clark. Put them altogether and you have the bread basket of Bruce County where agri-food cultivation and processing opportunities are abundant. The growing season here is moderate and fresh produce by auction is a significant attraction for tourists and professional chefs alike. The township is very supportive of business arrivals and has the resources to bring to your ideas to life.
The communities Huron-Kinloss are home to a thriving agri-businesses and food processing culture; from cash-cropping and livestock to dairy, butter and cheese processing, cooperatives and some of the best produce and baked goods you'll find anywhere. Think of Ripley's renowned Botanical Food Garden as a research facility for new ideas. Tourism is strong, coming for the beaches and the outputs of local farmers plus a variety of specialized retail outlets.
The year-round population of Huron-Kinloss is just shy of 7,000 people who stick together and produce together.
Grow your own everything - the crops, a family, a reasonable cost of living and your business dreams - and enjoy our welcoming community while you’re at it. This is an engaged community - from the botanical gardens, to community agriculture to arts and crafts. Where else will you find an ice cream trail connected to beautiful beaches, bike paths and the best sunsets in Canada?
The Township of Huron-Kinloss Economic Development Department is a big promoter of local tourist attractions, increasing your seasonal consumer base.
Nearby Blackhorse Golf & Country Club, renowned in Ontario, draws visitors to the Huron-Kinloss area but also serves as a quick 9-hole work break
Huron-Kinloss is promoting itself as a unique blend of family farms and food processing activity and there's room for you on the ground floor.
If your business idea hinges on arts and crafts abilities, you’ll be among like-minded business comrades: Build the craft trade up and keep the art stores open.
Bruce County is located in southwestern Ontario, Canada.