Country Living Near the City
Amica at Georgetown offers modern conveniences and small-town charm in fast-growing Halton Region — a great spot for all-inclusive living. Our senior living community is located a short walk from historic Main Street in Georgetown, known for its pretty setting by the Credit River and its rich agricultural heritage. With its friendly atmosphere, essential amenities and lively farmers’ markets, Georgetown is an ideal senior retirement location and a great place to live.
Shops and services nearby
- Short walk to Main Street in downtown Georgetown, a vibrant historic district with boutiques, eateries, cafes, a post office, Halton Hills Library & Cultural Centre and John Elliott Theatre for movies and live performances
- Farmers’ market on Saturday mornings for fresh local produce (June to October)
- Georgetown Market Place for shops, groceries, banks, restaurants, coffee, a pharmacy and indoor walking club
- Toronto Premium Outlets for shops and services
- Georgetown Hospital and medical centres
- Multiple churches
- Near a GO Transit station on the Kitchener line
- Easy access to highways 7, 401, 407 and 403; 60 kilometres or less to Toronto or Hamilton
Things to see and do in and around Georgetown
- Georgetown Hillsview Active Living Centre for socializing, learning, fitness and fun for older adults
- Next to Cedarvale Park for walks by Silver Creek
- Dominion Gardens Park
- Picnics and Canada Day festivities in Glen Williams Park
- Lucy Maud Montgomery Gardens in nearby Norval, the former home of the Anne of Green Gables author
- Silver Creek Conservation Area, Terra Cotta Conservation Area and Willow Park Ecology Centre for picnics, walking trails, etc.
- Scotsdale Farm for rolling landscape, wetlands and history
- Devereaux House, a local museum in a Victorian home
- Georgetown Fairgrounds to watch the grandkids play soccer and baseball, and home of the Georgetown Highland Games in June and Georgetown Fall Fair in September
- Outings to Niagara for wine country, theatre, etc.
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