Guelph Eramosa

In 1999, the former townships of Guelph, Eramosa and part of Pilkington and Nichol were amalgamated and formed the Township of Guelph/Eramosa. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Guelph-Eramosa Township became a centre for agricultural excellence through rural and agricultural educational institutions. Guelph-Eramosa encompasses an area of 291.73 square metres and had a population of approximately 12,380 in 2011.

Quick Facts

Nineteen parks, of which seven include outdoor ice rinks, home to the Royal Distributing Athletic Performance Centre which includes a rubberized track, artificial turf athletic field and more, Wellington County's only local winery, Cox Creek Cellars

Local Architectural Treasures

Harris Woollen Mills Ruins

Local Natural Treasures

Rockwood Conservation Area, the Eramosa River


United for Progress


Rockwood Farmers Market, Rockwood Conservation Area, Harris Woollen Mill Ruins