WELCOME TO MILTON, ONTARIO
Astronaut, Chris Hadfield’s Hometown | Milton, Ontario
Milton houses 11 distinct district neighbourhoods, each with their own unique feel and amenities while maintaining the small-town, friendly vibe. Tree-lined streets, proximity to HWYs & GO Transit, Escarpments Views, award-winning schools – each community has so much to offer it’s residents. Whether you are looking for a quaint, mature area to retire or a vibrant-young family area, Milton has a community perfect for you.
Click on any of the 11 districts below for an enlarged view of the area map, video, neighbourhood description & a listing of schools, parks and amenities located in the area.
EXPLORING THE DISTRICTS OF MILTON
From 19th century stone charm to housing yet to be built, Milton has an unique small town feel. Each and every year, more families make the move to Milton as a welcoming place to call home. Each and every one of our districts have a distinct feel and provides a unique experience.
Milton has grown from a small town to a booming community while still maintaining all of the positives associated with a small town – the perfect blend of urban, suburban and rural. The Niagara Escarpment, beautiful conservation provincial parks, farms, golf courses, mom and pop shops, walking trails, quaint bistros, dog parks and friendly neighbours. People in Milton smile and say good-morning; homeowners take pride in their properties. The most distinct feature of Milton is definitely the sense of community!
At The Amy Flowers Team, we wanted to provide a beautiful snapshot of what life is like for those of us who are fortunate enough to live and work here. Watch our videos, read our neighbourhood stories and enjoy a slice of what life is like here.
THINGS TO SEE
Milton is home to some of Ontario’s most popular conservation parks. The Niagara Escarpment lends to the natural beauty and amenities in and surrounding Milton. Popular tourist parks such as Kelso, Glen Eden, Hilton Falls and Rattlesnake Point are located here. Residents of Milton enjoy hiking, skiing, bird-watching and more in their own backyards. Communities in Milton have parks liberally scattered throughout. Splash-pads, lap pools, sport parks, beach volleyball, off-leash dog parks can all be enjoyed at many of the local parks.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEWS
As Canada’s fastest growing community, Milton is in a state of high economic development and infrastructure improvements. Many large corporations are moving their warehousing to Milton’s industrial areas, Laurier University has proposed a Milton campus, HWY 401 is scheduled for a new interchange, the first North American Velodrome is being built and Canada’s first Premium Outlet Mall is located just outside of Milton.