About

Welcome to Clearview Township

Located 40 minutes west of Barrie and less than two hours from the GTA, Clearview Township is a rural community with a small-town charm and spectacular views of South Georgian Bay. From the heights of the Niagara Escarpment to the vast Minesing Wetland, our rolling landscape is a four-season paradise for hikers, cyclists, skiers and outdoor enthusiasts. Our towns and villages offer world-class dining and shopping, host amazing events, and make you feel right at home.

Beautifully preserved architecture, live music in Station Park, three incredible Farmers’ Markets, self-guided historical walking tour and the Creemore Springs Brewery are just a few reasons to stop and explore Clearview. Children and the young at heart are invited to discover the impressive range of signature events happening all year-round. Experience the Small Halls Festival, which showcases the best of rural living, contemporary arts, theatre, children’s activities and culinary delights happening annually the weekend before Thanksgiving. Take the back roads and you’ll find roadside stands with the freshest seasonal produce, bakeries with hot butter tarts, crisp apple orchards and the natural wonder of the Mad and Noisy Rivers. Parking is always free and there are ample staging areas for your snowmobile trailers in the winter. 

Getting Here

Clearview Township is conveniently located in Simcoe County with direct access from Highway 26 to the Highway 400 corridor. Airport Road (County Rd. 42) and Highway 124 provides easy access for visitors traveling north from the Greater Toronto Area, Kitchener-Waterloo Region and beyond.

Community Information

Stayner

Take a stroll down the main street, through Stayner’s historic commercial district, where you can enjoy a hot coffee, a cold ice cream, collect some décor, and experience the friendly atmosphere.  Come check out some of the amazing community events like our Music, Market & Park It or the Kinsmen Duck Races!  Stayner is known for its many parks and waterways, and its well-preserved Edwardian architecture. 

Visit www.StaynerChamber.ca for more information.

Creemore

A charming “off the beaten path” experience, Creemore offers early Ontario charm, a shopping district full of unique treasures and of course, our famous brewery.  Visit our Saturday morning farmers’ market or stop for a bite at one of the restaurants and cafés along Mill Street.  Explore the rolling hills of Creemore on your bike or by foot!  Don’t miss the many festivals and events that mark Creemore’s calendar! 

Visit www.experiencecreemore.com for more information.

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