Canfield is either of two solitaire/patience card games:
- In British English, it refers to Klondike solitaire.
- In American English, it refers to the game known in Britain as Demon; see Canfield (solitaire).
The name Canfield also refers to several communities in the United States and one in Canada:
- Canfield, Ontario
- Canfield, Arkansas
- Canfield, California
- Canfield, Colorado
- Canfield, Ohio
- Canfield, Braxton County, West Virginia
- Canfield, Randolph County, West Virginia
The village of Little Canfield, Essex, England was birthplace of
- Benet Canfield Elizabethan writer
The company Canfield's also produces a variety of soda products, mainly in the Chicago area.
- Category:Canfield (surname)
- Benet Canfield (1562-1611), English mystic
- Brady Canfield (b. 1963), American skeleton racer
- Cass Canfield (1897-1986), American publishing executive
- Chuck Canfield (b. 1932), American businessman and former mayor of Rochester, Minnesota
- Clarke Canfield, American journalist
- Daniel Canfield, American actor and comedian
- Dave Canfield, Canadian politician
- Dennis Canfield (b. 1980), American ice hockey coach
- Donald Canfield (b. 1958), geologist
- Dorothy Canfield Fisher (1879-1958), American educational reformer
- Glenn Canfield, Jr. (1935-2006), American metallurgist and businessman
- Gordon Canfield (1898-1972), American lawyer and politician
- Harry C. Canfield (1875-1945), US Representative from Indiana
- Jack Canfield (b. 1944), American motivational speaker
- James Hulme Canfield (1847-1909), 4th. President of Ohio State University
- Jean Canfield (b. 1918), former Canadian politician
- Mary Grace Canfield (b. 1924), American actress
- Richard Albert Canfield (1855-1914), American businessman, art dealer and gambler
- Sean Canfield, American footballer
- Trevor Canfield (b. 1986), American footballer
- William Canfield, American medical researcher
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