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.

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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

Waterford

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.