Located at the mouth of the Ganaraska River on the north shores of Lake Ontario sits the town of Port Hope and the surrounding municipality. Abounding in history, Port Hope’s downtown is renowned as the best-preserved 19th-century streetscape in Ontario and its residents are active in upholding its wonderful history. It is well known as a shopping destination for antiques and other specialty items. It is home to Trinity College School and the historic Capitol Theatre; Canada’s last functioning atmospheric theatre. Communities within the municipality include: Campbellcroft, Canton, Dale, Davidson's Corners, Decker Hollow, Elizabethville, Garden Hill, Knoxville, Morrish, Osaca, Perrytown, Port Britain, Rossmount, Thomstown, Welcome, Wesleyville, and Zion