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Healthier Living for a Happier You

The Wellings of Waterford is perfectly situated for you to take advantage of the great outdoors. With beautiful beaches, pristine lakes, expansive farms, and majestic forests, there’s plenty for you to explore.

Maintaining your health is important for an independent lifestyle. Perfectly situated to take advantage of the great outdoors, staying active is easy to do at the Wellings of Waterford. The community is also full of small-town flavour, churches, small shops, and bespoke talents. There’s plenty to keep you growing!

If You Need Care

The Community Care Access Centre for the region is accessible to everyone. Norfolk General Hospital is located in Simcoe, just 14 kilometers away. The Brant General Hospital is located in Brantford, 27 kilometers away.

Vibrant Adult Retirement Living in Ontario

The Wellings of Waterford is the award-winning lifestyle community for adults 55+. All Wellings properties are designed, built, owned, and managed Canadian company, Nautical Lands Group. Visit NLGC.com for more details.

Canada’s Most Diverse Agricultural Region

Farming and agriculture is so important to Norfolk County. With an abundance of fresh produce in the region, you can eat fresh every day! Waterford hosts a seasonal farmer’s market every Wednesday. Not only is it a great place to get locally-sourced produce, but it’s a great way to stay in touch with the community.

Culture & Community

Live Well in Southern Ontario

Nestled in the heart of Norfolk County, Waterford, ON is a quaint community where time almost seems to stand still. Full of antique shops, quaint restaurants and diners, and a river that winds through the area, Waterford is uniquely designed to  let you enjoy your lifestyle at a measured pace. Rest assured that removing yourself from the hustle and bustle of a big city will have its benefits, but if you are looking for good shopping and a larger city, you are within 40 from one and only an hour and a half from Toronto.

Live Well in Southern Ontario

Nestled in the heart of Norfolk County, Waterford, ON is a quaint community where time almost seems to stand still. Full of antique shops, quaint restaurants and diners, and a river that winds through the area, Waterford is uniquely designed to  let you enjoy your lifestyle at a measured pace. Rest assured that removing yourself from the hustle and bustle of a big city will have its benefits, but if you are looking for good shopping and a larger city, you are within 40 from one and only an hour and a half from Toronto.

Explore the Historic County of Brant

The County of Brant, Ontario, is a short drive from Waterford and is home to a full-size hospital and heritage sites, including the home of the co-founder of the International Women’s Institute and co-founder of the YMCA, and the site where Canada last fought as a nation against a foreign invading power. The local arts and culture scene is also thriving, with artisans, musicians, and successful authors calling the County of Brant home.

Experience Adventure in Simcoe, ON

Simcoe is just a 15-minute drive from the Wellings of Waterford, and a vibrant part of Norfolk County. One of the larger communities in the area, Simcoe is home to the regional hospital along with other easily accessible services. Simcoe is a designated Age-Friendly County, and is adding services monthly to support the aging population. This is good news for the area and the people residing at the Wellings of Waterford.

Food & Hospitality

Live in Ontario’s Agricultural Hub

As the fifth largest agricultural region in Ontario, fresh produce is never hard to find. Visit one of the local farm retailers, or drop by the Farmer’s market on Wednesdays! (In season only). Called “Ontario’s Garden,” Norfolk County is the number one grower of a variety of produce including:

  • Blueberries
  • Asparagus
  • Cabbage
  • Ginseng
  • Peppers
  • Pumpkins
  • Squash
  • Sweet corn
  • Sweet potatoes
  • And more!

Norfolk County Flavours

Waterford is one of the many stops along the “Toast the Coast Trail,” a trail of wineries and breweries that run along the great lakes! Enjoy the flavours of award-winning wines, fresh fermented hard ciders, and exceptionally brewed craft beer and spirits. There’s no better way to enjoy your retirement than in a region designed for growing hops, grapes, and local produce.

Care If You Need It

Waterford and neighbouring Simcoe provide all necessary services such as chiropractors, massage therapists, dentists, diabetes clinics, podiatrists, restorative yoga and swimming. Should you ever need health care, Waterford is in close proximity to Community Care Access Centres, as well as two hospitals. The Community Care Access Centre for the region is easily accessible to everyone. Norfolk General Hospital is located in Simcoe, just 14 kilometers away. Brant General Hospital is located in Brantford, 27 kilometers away.

Health & Wellness

Your Wellbeing is Our Priority

At the Wellings of Waterford, we encourage you to live well. The Wellings of Waterford is situated in a close-knit community away from the hustle of the big city.

Your health is key to living an independent lifestyle. That’s why we support a lifestyle where you eat well, are active, exercise frequently, and get plenty of sleep.

Do You Need Care?

Should you ever need health care, Waterford is in close proximity to Community Care Access Centres, as well as two hospitals. The Community Care Access Centre for the region is easily accessible to everyone. Norfolk General Hospital is located in Simcoe, just 14 kilometers away. Brant General Hospital is located in Brantford, 27 kilometers away.

More Time to Pursue Your Passion

The Wellings community believes living with a sense of purpose keeps you young and fulfilled. We encourage all our residents to embrace their passion and set a schedule to do the things they love.

The Wellings of Waterford keeps residents informed of events and activities in the local community. It is also perfectly situated to take advantage of the many health and wellness businesses in the local community.