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King Township is horse country, rolling hills, farms, orchards, ranches, nature parks and trails, serene back roads, authentic country cooking, heritage places, community theater, art galleries, unique craft stores, and an abundance of warm local hospitality. But take just a few minutes’ drive and you find urban convenience, shopping malls and outlets, a theme park, the race tracks, commercial centers, and big-screen cinemas. Bordered by the mostly rural municipalities of Caledon, New Tecumseth, and East Gwillimbury in the west and north and by the urban communities of Newmarket, Aurora, Woodbridge, Kleinburg, and Bolton in the east and south, we have the best of both worlds!

Nobleton itself and the nearby villages of Kleinburg and Schomberg have small shops, dining establishments, attractions, and a variety of services adequate for local needs. Who could imagine that Nobleton is just 50 km from downtown Toronto and 30km from the airport?

The McMichael Gallery, home of the Group of Seven.

The magnificent shrine of the Marylake monastery.

Front seats to watch competitions at the Caledon Equestrian Park.

Coming to horse country for nature, art, and heritage?

Coming to horse country for shopping, sports, and recreation?

There’s always something happening in town - festivals, art exhibitions, sport competitions, workshops, and programs.  For a list of annual events, check our “What’s On” page. For upcoming items on the calendar, check our Facebook Events List.

Canada’s Wonderland’s gigantic Leviathan roller coaster.

The annual Dragonboat race at the Seneca King Campus.

“We can’t stop talking about how exceptional your service was to us! Thank you for thinking of so many details, being so extraordinarily accommodating, and welcoming us with such warmth. We couldn’t have asked for anything else. You have such a special place…”

Elizabeth, Charles, and Antonette
(Thank you card received in April 2010)

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