Explore Ailsa Craig
Ailsa Craig is a small community in southwestern Ontario on the Ausable River. It is located along Highway 7, 30 minutes northwest of London. This small village was named Ailsa Craig by the David Craig family after a celebrated rock at the mouth of the River Clyde in Scotland in 1858.
Ailsa Craig has a long and storied history. It was once one of the largest cattle shipping yards utilizing the Grand Trunk Railway which ran through the village, making it well known in the county. It was incorporated as a village in 1874 and today it has a population of 1000 people who enjoy the small community and the quiet village way of life.
Ailsa Craig was pleased to welcome the Dutch Festival in May 2011. The village welcomed 3500 visitors who had the opportunity to enjoy the village atmosphere as well as the Quilt Festival.
Ailsa Craig Community Quilt Festival
Telephone: 1.877.897.9874 or 519.294.1118
Main Street Motel
107 Ontario Street South
Grand Bend, ON
Bistro Pub & Catering
71 Frank Street
Strathroy, ON N7G 2R5
220 Main St. Ailsa Craig