Welcome to the Village of Hampton

We are located in the Municipality of Clarington, Durham Region, just north of picturesque Lake Ontario. Village of Hampton was established in 1840. Below you’ll find upcoming events in our town. Any questions? Just give us a shout out.


Check out the latest news and events in Hampton, read our current eNewsletter.


Our Community Association would be grateful for your donations.


Need to rent a hall for your special event or meeting, we’re here to help you.

Upcoming Events

Hampton Beach Party featuring Durham Street Band

Saturday, March 28 at 8:00 pm
at Hampton Community Hall Centre



Turn Up The Heat Hampton! Warm Up Your Winter!

• “Durham Street” live band back by popular demand
• Food and soft drinks included.
• Door Prizes, prizes, and munchies.
• $25 per ticket or $40 for 2 Tickets!

For tickets and info please contact:
Danielle at 905-263-2095 or Yolanda at 905-442-4361

Fundraiser to support Hampton Community Hall Centre to purchase Air Conditioner system so the community can enjoy the summer events and bookings.

Hope to see you there!


Hampton Community Association
Constitution and By-Laws

Click here to download the revised December 2019 edition of Hampton Community Association
Constitution and By-Laws in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

Our Town, Our People

Originating in the 1840 with a purchase of 65 wooded acres by village founder Henry Elliot Sr., the village of Hampton has evolved into a scenic and historically rich enclave offering the benefits of a quiet suburban community while continuing to be a vital part of the ever growing GTA, the village now proudly boasts a population of 500 kind souls, 1000+ if you include the surrounding areas.

While we take great pride in our colourful past the village is forward looking and we hope this web site will provide useful information to all including current and future residents, business and potential investors. Please feel free to come and experience the warmth of a friendly town by visiting us at the corner of Taunton Road and Old Scugog Road. In the meantime, take a few moments to enjoy our Historical Village on the web. Thank you.