Bright Colours in the Village of Grimsby Beach


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Yesterday my husband and I did a short road trip to the Grimsby Beach Village. This area next to Lake Ontario was originally a Methodist Camp in the 1800s and people came from all over Ontario and New York to spend part of their summers here.

In the early 1900s the tents were replaced with cabins and a couple of hotels were built to accommodate the growing number of tourists.

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Today the homes are all privately owned but the community has decided to continue painting and decorating their houses in bright colours.

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13 thoughts on “Bright Colours in the Village of Grimsby Beach

    • The vibrancy of the neighbourhood was certainly eye opening. I can’t imagine anyone in the neighbourhood here getting away with using such bright colours on their home but we’re not in a gated or leased community so I guess if you wanted to ….you can’t legislate colour preferences.

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