Chatham-Kent

For other places with the same name, see Chatham (disambiguation).
Chatham

Chatham-Kent is a municipality of 103,000 people which includes the former city of Chatham in southwestern Ontario. Located between Windsor and London, the municipality is defined as all of Kent County including Blenheim, Chatham, Dresden, Ridgetown, Tilbury and Wallaceburg.

Chatham was established in the 1790s as a naval dockyard on the Thames River. In the War of 1812, the Battle of the Thames was fought on October 5, 1813; the area is also included in the signed African-Canadian Heritage Tour route as a part of the Underground Railroad.

Get in

Get around

See

Capitol Theatre

Do

Buxton Settlement NHS

Events and festivals

Fishing charters

Golf

Buy

Chatham-Kent is a collection of individual, separate small towns; each of Chatham. Blenheim, Ridgetown, Wallaceburg and Tilbury has its own independent downtown core with an assortment of boutiques and stores.

Eat

Farms

Drink

Wineries

Sleep

Chatham in 1910

Hotels and motels

Bed and breakfast

Camping

Go next

Routes through Chatham-Kent

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