Come for a Visit, Stay for a Lifetime ~ Bob-Lo Island Custom Home Builder
Discover what island living has to offer, with some of the best custom home builder real estate in Southern Ontario offered right here in Essex County. Find spectacular custom designed waterfront homes with unsurpassed views. Choose from a selection of model homes and condos, or custom home builder opportunities if you prefer to purchase land. The choices are plentiful, but the number of available properties are limited. This quaint island community offers approximately 272 acres of land that will only ever see 600 homes/residences.
Green space, walking trails and natural wildlife are abundant on Bob-Lo Island, offering a lifestyle most people only dream about. This near untouched gem is waiting to be seen and explored. Find spectacular custom designed waterfront homes with unsurpassed views.
Enjoy the life you’ve always dreamed of on Bob-Lo Island.
Island Lifestyle Features
Bob-Lo Island Beach House Restaurant
A fun, family style restaurant where you can dress to the 9’s or come straight from the beach. Learn More
Captain Bob’s Ice Cream & Coffee Cabin
An amazing little cafe that serves both high quality ice cream and coffee. It is worth the short ferry ride from Amherstburg! Learn More
Bob-Lo Beach House Goodie Shack
Island Inspired Gifts, Skincare, Jewelry, Home Decor and other accessories. Visit us the next time you visit Bob-Lo! Learn More
Offering over 90 slips, you can come for the day or stay for the night. Water & electrical hookup available for your convenience. Learn More
Southbeach Water Sports
At South Beach Water Sports we have Windsor and Essex County’s ONLY certified Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Instructor. Learn More
Constructed in 1837 and remained operational until the late 1950’s.
Take a look at the beautiful exterior around this magnificent 50,000 sq.ft. Albert Kahn inspired building that was commissioned by Henry Ford
Tour this completely restored 1839 building and view all the artefacts found during its restoration.
Ever wonder what happened to the all those Fantastic Bob-Lo Amusement stone buildings or that infamous Amherstburg/Gibralter dock? Now is your opportunity to see them again.