Sophiasburgh, one of the three original townships of PEC, is well known for its farming. Sophiasburgh was named in 1798, after Princess Sophia, the fifth daughter of King George III.
Sophiasburgh, is a thriving community of farmers, musicians, and foodies. Be sure to visit the many culinary attractions taking full advantage of the access to fresh produce. Roadside stands, tasting rooms, and small shops offer a smorgasbord of local delights from local wine and jams, to fresh caught fish and even locally made kimchi.
First Nations, including the Wendat (Huron), Haudenosaunee (Iroquois), and Mississauga,
dating back over 8,000 years, inhabited the area. There were once over 500 first nations villages in PEC, and a population larger than the current one.
Samuel de Champlain came through the area in 1615.
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