Small Town Living

Wiarton is a classic small Canadian town.  Like any small town, you will quickly get to know your neighbours and become part of the community.  You will be able to purchase a home at a fraction of city prices.  You will save time on your daily commute to work and most importantly, you will be able to spend quality time with your family. Things move a little slower in a small town.  There is less "hustle and bustle" than in the city and a great sense of calm.

What's not typical is where this small town resides, at the base of the iconic Bruce Peninsula.  A UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, home to over 20 sunken shipwrecks in Tobermory: Canada's snorkeling and scuba diving capital , over 900 kilometeres of Bruce Trail, the 2nd largest freshwater beach in the world, some of the best kiteboarding waters in the province, 2 National Parks, 8 Provincial Parks, ancient forests, lighthouses, caves, a mountain bike park, and so, so much more.  Your lifestyle will be far from ordinary. 

Afterall, "time" is our most precious commodity. Living in a small town allows you to save your time on mundane tasks (like commuting) and spend your time on things you value (like seeing your kids).                                                                       

Relocating to a small town is a prudent investment in your lifestyle.    

But Living in a small Town doesn't mean that you have to live without the amenities you are used to.  Wiarton has all of the services and amenities you would want and more. A state of the art elementary and secondary school, Georgian College just 30 minutes away, daycare services, physicians, full service hospital, fitness facilities, 24 hour grocery store, waterfront park, splashpad, pool, tennis courts, dog park and a vibrant downtown.

Not to mention the many festivals, events and activities that take place year round.  You will be hard pressed to find a weekend there isn't something exciting going on! 

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