combines both urban amenities with rural and agricultural lifestyles.
Our kettle lakes, scenic ravines and rolling hills provide the perfect
setting for numerous recreational activities. Prestigious golf courses
and equestrian centres await you. Explore 690 acres of regional forest
or the Bruce's Mill Conservation Area.
the fun of picking your own fruit and vegetables or cutting your own
Christmas tree at one of our many tree farms. Sample the sweet delights
from the maple bush. Enjoy the many special events and festivals held
throughout the year. Discover the warmth and charm of our historic
rural communities and browse our shopping areas. Travel the country
roads and enjoy the quiet beauty of our country setting. Relive the
past at the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum in Vandorf. Enjoy the
atmosphere of the renowned Stouffville Country Market. All this and
more await you in Whitchurch-Stouffville.
within the community of Vandorf, the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum
preserves Whitchurch-Stouffville's rich heritage. Through changing
exhibits and authentically-restored historic buildings, you can
experience life as it was by visiting a restored log cabin, Victorian
farmhouse and barn, c. 19 classroom, 19th century street scape and
heritage gardens. Free admission except during special events and
Located at 14732 Woodbine Avenue (in Vandorf), call (905) 727-8954 for further information.
For further information about the Museum, including
programs and events, click here.
The Latcham Gallery is a community Art Gallery and is a member of the
'Ontario Association of Art Galleries.' Exhibitions features
traditional and contemporary work by local and provincial artists.
Enjoy the outdoor sculpture collection. Workshops, lectures and many
special activities take place throughout the year.
Located at 6240 Main Street (Stouffville), call (905) 640-8954 for further information.
Take a trip back in history on the York-Durham Heritage Railway. Ride
the rails between the towns of Stouffville and Uxbridge in restored
cars dating back to the early 1900s. Travel 20km through scenic rolling
hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Railway Stations are located on Main
Street in Stouffville and in Uxbridge.
|York-Durham Heritage Railway
Call (905) 852-3696 for further information or www.ydhr.on.ca
There are over 92 hectares of scenic conservation land. Picnic areas beach areas and swimming. Many special events year
|Bruce's Mill Conservation Area
Located on Stouffville Road, call (416) 667-6299 for further information.
Regional Municipality of York has owned the York Regional Forest since
1924. Under the management direction of the Ministry of Natural
Resources (1924-1998), the forest has become one of the most successful
restorations of a degraded landscape in North America. Now under the
operational management of the Region of York, the Region hopes to
continue the high management standards set by the MNR.
More information: York Region Forestry
|Oak Ridges Trail Association Map