The city of Barrie continues to be one of Canada’s fastest growing and dynamic cities. Commuting to the GTA is made easy thanks to easy proximity to Highway 400 and two GO Train stations. An abundance of parkland can be found in this community, with several parks lining the shores of beautiful Kempenfelt Bay. Barrie also offers a vibrant downtown area close to the lakeshore.
The Sunshine City truly lives up to its name. This charming community just one hour north of Toronto sits on the shores of both Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching and is a great port of call on the Trent-Severn Waterway. From popular festivals like the Mariposa Folk Festival to National Historic Sites, Orillia offers something for everyone.
Just 45 minutes north of Toronto, Innisfil has the characteristics of a small lakeside community while offering the amenities of a larger urban centre. Enjoy waterfront parks on Lake Simcoe along with easy access to city services. Commuting is also a popular option with easy access to Highway 400.
Town of Georgina
Georgina is located on the south-eastern shores of Lake Simcoe at the top of the Greater Toronto area in northern York Region with a variety of public parks, beaches and conservation areas. Among the recreation areas are Sibbald Point Provincial Park and the Keswick Marsh Fish and Bird Sanctuary. The town features lakeside living at its finest.