Nature Trails near Stayner, Ontario

Clearview Twsp Scene

Clearview Twsp Scene

Stayner is a town in the amalgamated community of Clearview.

Located 40 minutes west of Barrie and less than two hours from the GTA, Clearview Township is a rural community with small-town charm.

From the heights of the Niagara Escarpment to the vast Minesing Wetland, our rolling landscape is a four-season paradise for hikers, cyclists, skiers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Our towns and villages offer world-class dining and shopping, and our small-town hospitality will make you feel at home.

Take a stroll down the main street, through Stayner’s historic commercial district, where you can enjoy a hot coffee, a fresh cinnamon bun, and the friendly atmosphere. Stayner is known for its many parks and waterways, and its well-preserved Edwardian architecture.
A charming "off the beaten path" experience, Creemore offers early Ontario charm, a shopping district full of unique treasures and of course, our famous brewery. Visit our Saturday morning farmers' market or stop for a bite at one of the restaurants and cafés along Mill Street, and don't miss the many festivals and events that mark Creemore's calendar.

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