Inclusive of Keswick, Sutton and Jackson’s Point, Georgina is a wonderful “get-away” town located on the south-eastern shores of Georgian Bay. Residents of Georgina enjoy access to Historical attractions such as Eildon Hall Museum, Georgina Pioneer Village, and Georgina Military Museum, in addition to year-round waterfront recreational opportunities. Constantly growing in population, residence and business owners of Georgina benefit from their proximity to major commuter routes and the remainder of the GTA.
Afternoons in Georgina will be thoroughly enjoyed exploring and dining within the shops of the downtown core. Georgina proudly values both large and small businesses for their substantial contribution to the towns economic health. Thinking of planting your business aspirations in Georgina? The Municipality aims to support those who are looking to grow their business endeavours.
Residents of Georgina reside in a variety of settings such as subdivision properties and rural countryside lots. Georgina proudly homes many vital amenities such as parks, senior’s centres, the Stephen Leacock Theatre, The ROC – York Regions Adventure Headquarters, and more. Students and parents will enjoy a variety of great public and secondary schools throughout the area, as well as being just a short drive from York Regions Private Schools and Toronto’s Post-Secondary Facilities. As the population is projected to grow to 70,000 residents by 2031, you will not want to miss your opportunity to call this delightful lakeside town your home.
Georgina Pioneer Village & Archives
Located near the south shore of beautiful Lake Simcoe, this 10-acre site is home to numerous buildings that interpret the history of Georgina between 1850 and 1920, including a one-room schoolhouse, a general store, a train station, a blacksmith shop, an apothecary and a backwoods log house.