Creemore was once referred to as “one of the ten prettiest towns in Canada” by Harrowsmith magazine. From it’s picturesque location in a valley surrounded by beautiful hills, to it’s unique shopping and entertainment core, Creemore is a great place to be. A mere hour and a half drive from Toronto, Creemore moves at a slower pace that is uncommon in this day and age.
People know you and take time to stop and chat. An anachronism is found in Creemore in every corner as you sample beer made in a small brewery the way it was a hundred years ago, or see artisans painting, sculpting and creating. Small specialty shops sell unique treasures that the big box stores simply don’t carry. From original arts and crafts, to toys, to home decor, there are items of interest for all tastes. Dining in Creemore is a surprisingly diverse experience. Fine French cuisine, pub food
always something interesting to eat in Creemore. Since it’s founding in 1842, Creemore or even a turkey dinner at a local church supper, are all possibilities. There is has retained it’s roots as a farming town yet grown to include new roles. It’s a centre for the arts, a mecca for tourism, and beautiful community to live and be a part of. Consider moving to the small village with the big heart. Slow down, relax and enjoy life!