Clearview Township is just 2 hours north of Toronto and includes hamlets, farms, and main towns of Stayner & Creemore. Creemore, famous for its Creemore Springs craft beer, sits on the eastern boundary of the Niagara Escarpment. The natural beauty of this area, in Clearview Township, attracts visitors year-round.
Creemore lives up to its Gaelic meaning – big heart. The people in Creemore show guests a warm welcome to their secluded countryside community (population 1,300) with its rolling hilltop views, vibrant main street boutiques, dining, art and award-winning farmer’s market. Each year the Copper Kettle Festival attracts thousands. The charm and natural beauty of Creemore make it a welcoming home or weekend destination.
Stayner, formerly a hub for the Toronto to Collingwood railway and a service area for neighbouring farms, now offers unique shops, restaurants and recreation. Real estate includes historic homes and new home developments. The Clearview Community Theatre and Stayner Station Park host festivals throughout the year.
Additional communities in Clearview include Avening, Batteaux, Brentwood, Cashtown Corners, Dunedin, Duntroon, Glen Huron, Maple Valley, New Lowell, Nottawa, Pretty River Valley, Singhampton, Smithdale, Sunnidale, Sunnidale Corners and Websterville