New Tecumseth

Encompasses the villages of Tottenham and Beeton, as well as Tecumseth Township and Alliston.

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About New Tecumseth, Ontario Real Estate

 
Where an older farming community and a modern village intersect.
 
Formed in 1991, New Tecumseth encompasses the villages of Tottenham and Beeton, as well as Tecumseth Township and Alliston. Within the historical region of Huronia, New Tecumseth residents enjoy the views of Lake Huron, the Bruce Peninsula, and the Georgian Bay. The town is a mix of families and retirees who enjoy the peacefulness the community has to offer. A building boom following the turn of the 21st century brought an additional 4,000 single-family homes to the area, offering an alternative to some of the older Victorian and farm homes here.
 

What to Love

 
  • Small town charm
  • Peaceful community
  • Great neighbors

Local Lifestyle

 
New Tecumseth is a quiet, peaceful town with a population nearing 44,368. If you enjoy small-town life, this area is for you. The community embraces the farming communities on its outskirts, and residents here enjoy their urban spot within the rural area. New Tecumseth has also seen a lot of growth within a fairly short time. For those who are work dependent on a large city, you remain within an easy commute to the Greater Toronto Area.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

 
For a French flair in dining, try A Taste of Freedom. Located in a restored Victorian home in Tottenham, dinner is served indoors or out, weather permitting, with a choice of traditional and exotic offerings. A Taste of Freedom is open for lunch and dinner, Wednesdays – Sundays.
When in the mood for Italian, try Timo Italian Grille , also open for lunch and dinner, Tuesdays through Fridays and Sundays, but for dinner only on Saturdays. Shop in Timo's market for heat-and-eat meals, as well as soups and sauces by the jar. 
 
In a relaxed atmosphere enjoy what's on tap at Feeb's Pub & Grill. In this new zesty grill, you can enjoy deep-fried pickle spears for starters, a poutine entrée, a big fat Greek salad, or one of their many options in burgers. Wings are a staple here with nearly 40 choices in dry spices or sauces. Feeb's is open for dinner, Wednesdays – Sundays. 
 
When it is time to relax and forget about the rest of the world, it is time to visit The Beach House Spa & Wellness for massage therapy by a registered therapist, a manicure or pedicure, body treatments, an organic facial, and much more. Located in Alliston, The Beach House is open Tuesdays – Saturdays.
 

Things to Do

 
When the weather permits, there are a lot of outside activities in New Tecumseth. For golfers, the Woodington Lake Golf Club offers a new 18-hole Legacy Course. The semi-private 36-hole facility is considered one of the finest in Ontario. But there is more to the club than golf. Some areas are also available for private events, offering a perfect location for a wedding or corporate event.
 
If walking or jogging is your thing, the Gibson Hills trail is a 1.4-mile designated walk. Rated as a medium climb, the elevation gain here is about 193.5 ft.
 
In season, the Tottenham Conservation area offers a variety of hikes along the Trans Canada trail. There are quite a few picnic pavilions and campsites available by reservation. A sandy beach lies next to the pond where you can launch your canoe or ride a pedal boat. Catch and release-fishing are allowed for those with a valid fishing license. The Conservation area is just a 10-minute walk from Tottenham where convenience stores and shopping are available.
 
The Conservation area is also home to the annual Tottenham Bluegrass Festival held in June every year since 1983. The three-day event attracts bluegrass bands from throughout Canada and the U.S.
 
Yet another favorite area for hiking, canoeing, and fishing is Earl Rowe Provincial Park. While some of the park is open year-round, some is limited by the season. Each fall salmon spawning can be viewed at the park's fish ladder. Similarly, trout can be found in the spring. The park also offers group campsites, RV, and car camping.
 
Each year in July, the Tottenham community comes together for Community Week in affiliation with Canada Day, and the Tottenham Street Festival. Downtown streets close for traffic the day of the festival allowing for a full day of entertainment including local merchant booths, kids' rides, face painting, games, and lots of food!
 

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