Get to Know The Area
If you’re looking for old-town charm with a unique twist, Uxbridge is the town for you. Known for its arts and theatre district, Roxy Movie Theatre, antique shops and restaurant scene, downtown Uxbridge provides a unique cultural experience. Known as the Trail Capital of Canada, Uxbridge is a beautiful, forested community just 20 minutes away from Newmarket, 30 minutes to Richmond Hill and Markham, and 45 minutes to Toronto.
This mostly-suburban area (surrounded by rural hamlets) is home to historic villages, mixed forests, meadows, streams, and wetlands, as well as farmland and suburban streets. Quaint cafes and restaurants often use local, seasonal ingredients while the neighbourhood boutiques offer handmade and one-of-a-kind clothing, gifts, and furniture.
Uxbridge is home to hundreds of kilometres of countryside trails, ideal for activity at all levels, from hiking and cycling to jogging or dog walking. From the Durham Regional Forest to the Oak Ridges Trail or the Trans Canada Trail, strap on your hiking boots and check out some of Ontario’s most beautiful natural scenery.
What To Do In Uxbridge
Uxbridge organizes a number of community events like fitness and exercise classes, historical tours, musical theatre events at the Uxbridge Music Hall, and sports leagues. Join local chefs for a four-course meal on the Durham Heritage train or visit the Uxbridge Farmers' market at Second Wedge Brewing Company.
Uxbridge Real Estate
Uxbridge real estate is made up of mostly detached bungalows and two-storey homes with the recent addition of some condominiums and townhomes. With prices mostly above $700,000 (the average is about $1 Million), Uxbridge real estate tends to be the highest in North Durham. Uxbridge boasts a mixture of older residential homes, mixed with newer developments that all tend to be well-maintained and manicured. In the rural communities of Uxbridge, you will find small country-style subdivisions mixed with farmland and equestrian operations.
- Uxbridge Farmers' Market
- Farm to Train dinner event
- Marion Abbot Theatre Company shows
- Durham Heritage Railway events
- Holiday events such as Santa Claus Parade and the Festival of Lights
- Uxbridge Rib Fest
- Joseph Gould Public School
- Quaker Village Public School
- Scott Central Public School
- Uxbridge Public School
- Goodwood Public School
- Joseph’s Catholic School
- Uxbridge Secondary School
- Durham College (Satellite Location)
- Family Worship Centre
- Goodwood Baptist Church
- Goodwood United Church
- Goodwood-Uxbridge Lutheran Church
- Leaskdale St. Paul's Presbyterian Church
- Living Water Community Church
- Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church
- Sandford United Church
- Siloam United Church
- Andrew's-Chalmers Presbyterian
- Paul's Anglican Church
- Trinity United Church
- Uxbridge Baptist Church
- Uxbridge Free Methodist Church
- Zephyr United Church
- The Fifth Line Church
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