Now might just be the best time to escape the city and find yourself at home at Zancor Stayner. It’s close enough to the cities of the GTA, Brampton and Barrie, but situated within the beautiful countryside of Clearview.
Clearview, and Stayner in particular – is poised for growth, bringing new infrastructure, like growing transit, school expansion plans, and a new library facility. Stayner has a lively downtown, schools and excellent recreation facilities such as the Centennial Kinsmen Park and the Stayner Arena.
But it’s not only for the practical reasons that one would be drawn here. Stayner is situated in the centre of an area bordered by Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, The Blue Mountains and Creemore, and surrounded by incredible natural wonders to enjoy.
To the North, Wasaga Beach:
Wasaga Beach offers four seasons of fun. The incredible beach is a whopping 14 km, the longest freshwater beach in the world! This draws tourists, and the town is bustling as a result, with restaurants and entertainment facilities.
Wasaga Beach is home to golf courses such as Wasaga Sands, Marlwood, and the Links at Georgian Sands, plus an expansive trail system (including a waterfront portion and boardwalk) that is ideal for cycling, running and cross country skiing.
To the West, The Blue Mountains:
The stunning Blue Mountains are west, offering some of Ontario’s best downhill skiing at Blue Mountain, Osler Bluff, and Devil’s Glen. The views along the top of the Blue Mountains are incredible, and some of the nicest portions of the Bruce Trail can be found looking out over breathtaking Georgian Bay.
Also found in this direction are more outstanding golf destinations, Cranberry Golf Resort, OslerBrook, Mad River Golf Club, Batteaux Creek and Duntroon Highlands.
Residents will also appreciate the charm and beauty of the Town of Collingwood, with an exciting waterfront trail. For those who prefer to explore by foot or by bicycle, there’s also an excellent Rail Trail leading from Stayner right into the Station Museum in Collingwood.
There are many parks and natural places to explore in this region, such as Nottawasaga Bluffs Conservation Area, Devils Glen Provincial Park, and Noisy River Provincial Park.
To the South, The Charming Village of Creemore:
Immediately south of Stayner is arguably one of the most charming towns in the region. It’s a great destination for a lazy Sunday drive, meandering through the town and crossing over the Mad River and the Noisy River.
Creemore is home to a few attractions, including the famous Creemore Springs Brewery, which offers daily tours. While you’re here, stop in at the Mad & Noisy Gallery, or check out a little history at the Creemore Log Cabin.
To the East, Minesing Wetlands:
Travel Eastward, and you’ll encounter more good times outside. Minesing Wetlands Conservation Area, Ski Snow Valley, and Barrie beyond.
This direction also takes you to North Simcoe Rail Trail, which starts at Minesing and winds its way north and is ideal for year-round exploring.
All of the wonderful four-season activities are at your doorstep in Stayner. Fortunately for families, there’s no compromise. Stayner has a lively downtown, shops, galleries, pubs and coffeeshops. It’s also home to three schools: Clearview Meadows and Byng Public Schools, plus Stayner Collegiate.
The town is also home to Stayner Memorial Arena, offering hockey, lacrosse and public skating.
Zancor is now taking registrations for its’ new homes in Stayner, Zancor Stayner, and this is your opportunity to get in early to take advantage of all the area has to offer before it becomes front page news! This community offers affordable room to grow, with spacious 50’ lots from the 400’s. Coming Spring 2018. Click here to Register Now.