Each settlement brings to the City of Thorold its own unique flavour. Together, these communities help to weave the fabric that is Thorold.
- St Johns: With its winding, hilly roads and beautiful conservation areas, the village of St. John’s is one of the most picturesque locales in all of Canada.
- Beaverdams: The final destination of Laura Secord’s journey to warn the British of an impending American attack, is steeped in history and lore.
- Allanburg: The site of the sod turning for the building of the first of four Welland Canals, is home to Thorold’s lift bridge.
- The quaint community of Port Robinson boasts the only pedestrian ferry service across the Canal.
- Turner’s Corner is home to many agricultural farms and vineyards, and is the crossroads to many areas of the Niagara Region.
- Thorold South houses many of the industries that spur Thorold’s robust economy.