Colborne is a small community in Cramahe rural township located in Northumberland County in central Ontario, Canada. The township comprises the communities of Castleton, Colborne, Dundonald, East Colborne, Edville, Greenleys Corners, Griffis Corners, Loughbreeze, Morganston, Purdy Corners, Salem, Shiloh, Tubbs Corners and Victoria Park. Colborne is the home of the "Big Apple," a tourist attraction located near Highway 401. With a height of 10.7 metres and diameter of 11.6 metres, the Big Apple is billed as the largest apple in the world.
Colborne is known for the excellent fishing, quaint Bed and Breakfasts, antique shops, unique bird watching opportunities, and a truly charming atmosphere. Long known as a summer resort town, Colborne, the official "Gateway to Presqu'ile Park". The World's Biggest Apple is an ideal tour stop offering a serene country setting, extensive menu and delicious apple pies baked right on the premises.