Get to Know The Area
With a strong sense of rural character and friendly, small-town charm, the area of Greenbank and Seagrave is a top choice for many looking for a home in the Scugog North area.
West of Port Perry and Lake Scugog lies a small collection of communities that make up Rural Scugog North. Greenbank and Seagrave, in particular, are idyllic hamlets with tree-lined streets, large country-size lots and converted farmhouses amongst others just north-west of Port Perry. Lined by the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Ontario Greenbelt, Rural Scugog is a broad landscape of lush fields and green trees, perfect for nature and water lovers.
King’s Bay Golf Club is a semi-private, 9-hole golf course located in Seagrave. King’s Bay makes the most of its pristine location on the shorelines of Lake Scugog and the Nonquon River by incorporating natural water hazards into its picturesque setting.
Located just 3 kilometres north of Port Perry is The Nonquon Provincial Wildlife Area. This 2,800 acres of publicly owned property is managed by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. There is a myriad of trails, but they are neither marked nor maintained. This area makes for a great family outing to bird watch or snowshoe and enjoy what nature has to offer.
One of the largest draws to the area is the Nonquon River and the easy access to Lake Scugog. Whether you are fishing (all year long), boating, snowmobiling, or having a great neighbourhood game of pond hockey, it is conducive to family fun.
What To Do In Greenbank / Seagrave
With a friendly atmosphere and a strong sense of community, the Seagrave and Greenbank area is known for its family-friendly setting and neighbourhoods. Residents are just a quick drive away from all of the amenities of Port Perry,the closest town. Stroll down the streets of Historic Downtown Port Perry to shop the small boutique-style stores, go for a pint at Old Flame Brewery, enjoy a speciality cocktail and live music at Port Social, have a delicious meal at Harp and Wylie’s Grill house or Pickles and Olives, take in the lakefront views of Lake Scugog, or spend a night out at the Great Blue Heron Casino.
Tucked away you’ll find the Greenbank Restaurant serving authentic Japanese and Korean food- check out their online reviews on Trip Advisor or Yelp! Other hidden gems in the area are local lavender farms that create organic artisan lavender products, including Lavender Blu in Seagrave (look them up on Facebook or Instagram @lavenderblue4u) and Christel Lake Lavender in Greenbank.
Greenbank / Seagrave Real Estate
With easy access to all areas in Durham Region, Newmarket, and York Region, rural-area lovers will find North Scugog real estate to be the best of both worlds: serene and calm, with easy access to work and family. With a mix of housing styles ranging from bungalows and two storeys to century homes, many families have found their perfect home here. Property sizes range from small in town lots to estate size lots and acreages. Most homes in the area are single-family detached.
- Harvest Festival
- Port Perry Agricultural Fair
- Annual Greenbank Beef Supper (Held in August)
- Annual Seagrave Turkey Supper (Held in November)
- Annual Seagrave Yard Sale (Held in May) – Affiliated with Seagrave United Church and has been running for the past 38 years
- Greenbank Public School
- Seagrave United Church
- Greenbank United Church
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