Located just north of Brampton in Dufferin County, Orangeville offers families all the benefits of village life while keeping urban amenities close at hand. Cottage Country is also easily accessible from here, at the junction of Highways 9 and 10, northwest of Toronto.

The scenic Hills the of Headwaters provides a breathtaking backdrop for life in Orangeville. Island Lake Conservation Area has a variety of activities available all year long, such as hiking, biking, skating, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, plus canoeing, kayaking and fishing. The extensive system of hiking trails is close to the Bruce Trail. Two recreation centres, plus numerous parks, playgrounds and sports fields, provide endless opportunities for an active lifestyle.

Railway Parkette Story TotemOrangeville also offers residents a range of artistic, cultural and recreational pursuits: Theatre Orangeville, downtown walking tours, the Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival, the Art Walk of Tree Sculptures, Headwaters Arts Festival in the Hills, a farmers’ market and other celebrations.

On May 24, 2018 the Town unveiled the latest story totem on the Art Walk at the Railway Parkette on Town Line, just steps from the latest community from the Stonebridge Building Group, Alexander Walk.

Business life thrives in Orangeville too, both within the Orangeville Business Park and also in many other areas. The Small Business Enterprise Centre provides support and resources to small businesses. A vibrant and creative economy is being nurtured, with schools, hospitals, churches and Georgian College located here. Shoppers can enjoy browsing at a unique variety of family run businesses, and also take advantage of the national brands such as Canadian Tire, Walmart and Winners.

There are so many reasons to make Orangeville your new home.

For more information about Orangeville, visit the town website.


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