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Lacing Up Ice Skates


Craighurst Crossing is all about building a strong sense of community. A place where neighbours become friends and memories are made. Plans are made to include a skating rink, a farmers market pavilion, and playground.


Moments from your front door the Village of Craighurst offers all the necessary amenities you need when you don’t want to venture far from home. Whether you’re looking to pick a few groceries up for dinner at Foodland and the in-store LCBO or looking to refill your prescription at the recently completed Guardian Pharmacy, the local amenities provide nearly everything you’ll need. Craighurst is also home to some great local favourites including Loobies, a tasty breakfast spot and HQ Restaurant & Tap House for your happy hour and dinner cravings.



Oro-Medonte has long been one of Ontario’s favourite year-round resort destinations, it should come as no surprise that there’s an abundance of things to see and do. The local trio of Snow Valley, Mount. St. Louis, and Horseshoe Resort offer some of the best snow conditions in Ontario. The area offers golf as it was meant to be played, in some of the most scenic surroundings imaginable. Just 10 minutes away you’ll find the Braestone Club. A world-class golf destination and home to The Ktchn restaurant, a dining experience without parallel.

Even closer to home you’ll find Vetta Spa, where you can enjoy the numerous benefits of a nordic bath circuit.

Yet another local gem is the well-known Quayle’s Brewery, you can enjoy a craft brew with their hops actually grown on site. Open year round with a variety of things to do, tours, live music, and delicious food choices.



The neighbouring Copeland Forest is a 4,400 acre Resource Management Area owned by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests. It’s locally known for it’s expansive trail network for nature lovers, mountain bikers, and cross-country skiers alike. An extensive trail system will wind through forests, along streams, beside ponds and be easily accessible for residents to explore the natural world that surrounds the community.

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