“Stoufferville” became an established community with a local sawmill and gristmill to service farmers in the early 1800’s. The town was named after it’s founder; Abraham Stouffer in 1804 but was later changed to Stouffville in 1832. As the town attracted more families and businesses, Stouffville became an incorporated village in 1877. The town then amalgamated with Whitchurch Township in 1971 to create a synergistic community. A recent major archeological discovery was made in town in 2003. They uncovered a Huron village from the 16th century consisting of longhouses, palisades and thousands of artifacts that would have supported a community of more than 2000 people. These artifacts and documents are well preserved at the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum and The Latcham Gallery.
Stouffville is an ideally located town northeast of Toronto. It has all of the amenities that any individual or family could wish for. You can raise your children at sought after schools while running your own business or commuting to a nearby business community. Accessibility is increasing everyday with additional train and bus services from Go Transit and municipal services. As a result, house prices are on the rise. Home building has flourished in Stouffville for the past ten years and will continue until there is no more space. At that point, you will see the town build upwards via condos. With all of these changes happening to what was once a small town, you would think that it may not be a desirable place to move to but you would be wrong. Stouffville is a proud township that protects its heritage and embraces the longevity of its culture. If you are looking to find a little “country” living just outside the city, Contact Joshua Campbell for more information about homes in Stouffville.
As a dynamic and prosperous town, Stouffville is proud of its historical roots as an agricultural, environmentally aware community. The township embraces the ever-growing spirit of entrepreneurial businesses and knowledge-based industries. This vital combination has contributed to the town’s continual development, making Stouffville one of Canada’s fastest expanding communities with incredible economic potential for the future. With so much growth, Stouffville continues to attract newcomers from all walks of life creating a vibrant and diversified community with country appeal.
Unwind after a long, hectic day or on the weekend by exploring one of the many parks and trails you’ll find in town or just outside in surrounding areas. With so much ground to cover, it’s a dream come true for hikers, cyclists, joggers and dog lovers! Local splash pads, playgrounds, sport courts and fields are plentiful. If you’re looking for activities in town, take a wine-tasting tour and learn about the latest trends at a nearby winery. If you’d like to see more of the countryside from a truly unique perspective, book an adventurous trip on the historic York-Durham Heritage Railway, which operates between Stouffville and Uxbridge.
Farms & Trails: Lionels Farm, Treetop Trekking, Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area, Whitchurch Conservation Area, York Region Forest, Ballantrae Field House, Coultice Park, Edible Tree Program
Parks: Greenwood Neighbourhood Park, Sunnyridge Neighbourhood Park, Rougview Dog Park
Wineries: Applewood Farm Winery, Gallucci Winery Inc., Willow Springs Winery
Stouffville covers a wide range of sports and recreational activities from hiking, golfing, skating, fishing and swimming to music and dance. Stouffville is also home to the Lions Club, Kinsmen Club, Royal Canadian Legion, Toastmasters and the very delicious Strawberry Festival. If you’re wondering how you can help your child write the always popular “what I did for my summer vacation” essay, Stouffville has a great selection of programs, activities and camps to match your child’s summertime energy. As adults, you can meet up with neighbours, friends and family at the Annual Car Show, Moonlight Madness, Summer Movie Nights, Motorfest or the Country Ribfest.
Stouffville is proud to support local culture and heritage through community centres and theatres for local entertainment programs and shows. The local theatre, gallery, museum and library all play a part in supporting local art exhibits, creative programs, fall studio tours, dance and theatrical performances. Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment “19 on the Park” provides an inspirational venue for many performers and audiences of all ages.
Stouffville has one-of-a-kind markets, boutiques and a wide variety of other retail businesses. Discover the town’s popular restaurants and bakeries that will satisfy your appetite before or after a busy day of work, school or shopping. You have got to check out: Reesor’s Market & Bakery, Stouffville Country Market, Reid’s Antiques and a community favourite: Stouffvillicious.
Stouffville is home to many elementary and secondary schools through the York Region District School Board and York Catholic District School Board. For students taking the next step towards their dream lives, Stouffville is within commuting distance to colleges or universities in Toronto and surrounding areas.
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