Brighton is a town in Northumberland County with a population of approx.11,800 (2016). Situated between Toronto and Kingston, Brighton is known for its Rich agricultural land and resources, and Homes and Subdivision well suited for Elderly living.
Brighton has multiple public schools offering local schooling from Jr. kindergarten to Grade 12 (Smithfield, Spring Valley and East Northumberland known as ENSS)
Over the years Brighton has continued to strive to be a community built around building the family life.
Conveniently located in Brighton’s core you will find an updated recreational facility with tennis courts, a sports field, a playground, arena, skate park and ball field.
Brighton is home to fine dinning options including “The Whistling Duck”, one of the only restaurants in Northumberland to overlook Lake Ontario at Presqu’ile Bay and Canada famous “The Gables” restaurant which has been voted among the top 100 places to eat in Canada
Just south of town you will find Brighton’s beautiful provincial park “Presqu’ile”. This Park offers many activities, from walking the beautiful trails, visiting the Heritage centre at the oldest operating lighthouse, bird watching with over 300 species, camping, windsurfing, diving and multiple beaches.
Brighton continues to deliver entertainment for all, with its very own Historical Museum, Arts and Cultural Events and the Brighton Speedway.
The Proctor House Historical Museum is a 19th century restored mansion that offers tours and exhibits. Brighton is well know for its many Artists and Artisans that host many Art Shows in the area. The Brighton Speedway holds events every Saturday night throughout the summer nights and extra events such as Monster truck Shows and Bus Races.
Brighton is growing and counting to show that this up-and-coming community has what is takes to be home for the whole family.