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The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville promotes itself as “Country close to the city”. Indeed Stouffville which has a population of approximately 24,000 residents is a predominantly rural community with large livestock and agricultural farms that seem to stretch forever into the horizon. Vast conservation areas and sprawling golf courses add to the countrified charm of this town.

The bulk of Whitchurch-Stouffville residents live in the Old Village of Stouffville, situated east of Highway 48, where Stouffville Road turns into downtown Main Street. This area is quite built up, with a full range of schools and amenities. Whitchurch-Stouffville also contains a large number of smaller rural hamlets which are vibrant communities in their own right including: Ballantrae, Bloomington, Gormley, Lemonville, Musselman Lake, Ringwood, Vandorf, and Wesley Corners.

The Musselman Lake community tucked away south of Aurora Road and east of Highway 48, along Lakeshore Road, is a unique pocket of Swiss-style homes with front porches and decks that provide scenic vistas overlooking Musselman Lake. This small kettle lake was formed during the last ice age.

Whitchurch- Stouffville’s rural hamlets each offer something different. The Pine Orchard community at Highway 74 and Warden Avenue, is dotted with country estate homes. Beautiful ponds, many of them man-made adorn these estates. In the countryside many of the farms are graced by an Ontario farmhouse style home. These charming homes are typically one-and-a-half-storey brick homes with a fanciful gable over the front door entrance.

Recreational opportunities abound in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. There are a number of excellent golf courses and equestrian centres as well as waterfront activities at Musselman’s Lake. The New Leisure Centre conveniently located in downtown Stouffville at 30 Burkholder Street, features a six lane, 25 metre pool, a therapy pool, viewing gallery, and change rooms. Swim lessons, swim team, and aquafit are just some of the activities that take place at the centre.

Downtown Stouffville’s Memorial Park on Park Drive South is home to the Over the Edge Skatepark which promotes itself as the “Home of the best equipped park in the GTA and training centre to the pros”.

Whitchurch-Stouffville also has 4 community centres, and 19 parks that combined, offer ice rinks, tennis courts, sports fields, and children’s playgrounds.

Stouffville has a thriving shopping district located on Main Street in the downtown core. This shopping experience is enhanced by the historical commercial buildings that line this street. This stretch of Main Street is quaint, but yet still large enough to have a broad selection of retail shops, restaurants and professional offices. Shopping plazas located just west of the downtown core feature supermarkets, and convenience type stores.

The Stouffville Country Market located at 12555, 10th Line, includes over 300 vendors. This shopping venue is a flea market, farmers market, and food market all rolled into one. The Stouffville Country Market is open on weekends all year round, and admission is free.

Whitchurch-Stouffville has Go bus and train service at the Go Transit station located at 127 Main Street in downtown Stouffville. There are two commuter trains that leave Stouffville in the morning. The train ride to Toronto’s Union station takes approximately one hour. The Go bus from the Stouffville Station makes stops in Markham Village and Unionville, enroute to Toronto.

Motorists have many major roadways to choose from, to get in and out of town. The most convenient of these would be Highway 404 which has on-ramps at Stouffville Road and Bloomington Road. The commute by car to north-central Toronto takes approximately 30 minutes.

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