Man posing in front of white backgroundWelcome to Saugeen Shores - the fastest growing community in Bruce County and ranked as one of the best places to live in Canada.

Imagine a place, set among rolling pastures and forests, cut through by pristine creeks feeding into a large, beautiful river. A place bordered in the west by one of the world's largest fresh water lakes over which spectacular sunsets can be viewed every season. A place where the relaxed, cottage life of sunbathing, fishing and trail riding mixes effortlessly with cutting-edge business, high-paying jobs, high-end retail, arts and culture. This is Saugeen Shores.

Located on Ontario's Lake Huron shoreline, Saugeen Shores is situated along Provincial Highway No. 21. Encompassing the communities of Port Elgin and Southampton, our community is conveniently accessible to Ontario's major urban hubs, including Toronto, Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton, London and Barrie.

Home to MacGregor Point Provincial Park, the Saugeen Bluffs Horse Camp and Conservation Area, the Chantry Island Federal Migratory Bird Sanctuary and Denny's Dam Conservation Area; Saugeen Shores offers natural abundance with desirable, urban amenities close at hand.

Business owners, young families and retirees are drawn to our growing and increasingly diverse community; attracted by an unparalleled quality of life and close proximity to major employers; including the world's largest nuclear generating facility, Bruce Power.

Saugeen Shores is becoming a centre of excellence in the energy sector as numerous, nuclear industry suppliers choose to put down roots here. As this activity intensifies, our community will be increasingly at the forefront of innovation in low-carbon energy production. This development, combined with world class communications, dedicated workers, exceptional transportation infrastructure and affordable operating costs makes Saugeen Shores the place to be for any business looking to expand, collaborate and grow.

I invite you to come join our community; as a visitor, a business owner or as one of the growing number of people who are choosing to call Saugeen Shores home.

Mayor Luke Charbonneau