Located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, the Municipality of Bayham offers visitors a delightfully unique mix of urban and rural experiences. Bayham and Elgin boasts kilometres of stunning shoreline, picturesque towns and villages, a rich agricultural heritage, historic railway attractions, and high quality dining establishments that feature fresh produce and wine from local orchards and vineyards. From vibrant streets of lively towns and villages to peaceful hiking trails, the Municipality of Bayham, in Elgin County has something for everyone!
The Municipality of Bayham is a lower-tier municipality in the most easterly part of Elgin County. The former Township of Bayham was originally located in Straffordville and was incorporated in 1850. The Municipality of Bayham was then established on January 1, 1998 through amalgamation of the former Township of Bayham and the Villages of Port Burwell and Vienna and other close surrounding communities, including Calton, Corinth, Richmond, Eden and North Hall.