A quaint, beautiful rural town rich in history and heart.

Welcome to Creemore

Creemore is a charming little town that sits on the eastern boundary of the Niagara Escarpment, granting it unmatched views of this stunning natural landmark.
Founded in 1842, Creemore was already a thriving village by the beginning of the 20th century. The town’s name is inspired by the phrase croi mor, which means “big heart” in Gaelic – perfectly fitting for a community that is now known as the little village with the big heart.
Creemore is a celebration of rural Ontario living. Its magic is easily felt all over the area and in its lovely, enchanting homes.

What to Love

  • Simple living
  • Picturesque town
  • Thriving arts and culture scene

Local Lifestyle

Residents thrive in this no-rush, down-to-earth ambiance and spend their days immersed in the joy of simple living. With a strong sense of community, Creemore is characteristic of a calm, friendly environment that exudes peace and small-town romance. Traffic won’t give you road rage here – transportation consists of short strolls and short drives. 
Creemore’s tranquil circumstances make it a popular location for retirees. Close proximity to the workplace and good schools also make it a very family-friendly area. Creemore sees the joy of simple living, and along with its thriving arts and culture scene, it’s understandable why its real estate market is in high demand.

Local Attractions

Creemore’s historic main street is filled with many options for shopping and dining. Top local picks include Chez Michel for exquisite French cuisine, Old Mill House Pub for a laid-back atmosphere and home-cooked meals, and La Cucina by Quince for authentic Italian.
The town is also home to the popular Creemore Springs Brewery, located in a historical red brick building. Their beer is fire-brewed in their traditional copper kettle with local Creemore spring water and has shopping, tours, and tastings on their patio.
As for the shopping, look for home goods at Heirloom 142 and Miller Island, and antiques at Eastwood Vintage. Another local favorite is Curiosity House Books, a pretty bookstore that often hosts signings and doubles as an art gallery.

Things to Do

The town’s Creemore Farmers’ Market is a weekly event (no matter the weather!) with a variety of stands from local farmers and artisans. 
Creemore hosts a range of unique, annual events like the all-things-vintage Creemore Vintage Festival, the Creemore Children’s Festival where families can celebrate children and their creativity, and the Copper Kettle Festival that celebrates the Creemore Springs Brewery with live music, great food and drink, local market, and fun activities.
Take a stroll to appreciate the art of Creemore artists and register for a workshop at the Mill Street Art Studio. Don’t sleep on a visit to Purple Hill Lavender Farm, one of nature’s own works of art that consists of 50 beautiful acres of rolling hills with lavender bloom nestled on the Niagara Escarpment.
For a nice hike to appreciate the natural scenery, visit Noisy River Provincial Park, the nearby Nottawasaga Bluffs Conservation Area, and Devil’s Glen Provincial Park.
Don’t miss celebrating the holiday season in Creemore with their several Christmas events, including their traditional Santa Claus Parade.


The Creemore area is home to several good schools, including:

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