The Millbrook Valley Trails are a natural resource to the community of Millbrook and surrounding area. Miles of preserved hiking paths
wind through the area alongside woods, streams, and up and down Medd’s Mountain. Wildlife and scenery bring visitors all year-round.
Bringing History to Life on the Outdoor Stages of the Winslow Farm – You’ll enjoy front row seats because you can get there so early!
Ontario’s premiere outdoor theatre is in your new neighbourhood on Zion Line.
Have you ever entertained having your own start-up business offering fresh fruit, vegetables, canned, or baked goods? Maybe you just like the idea of wandering down on a lazy Saturday morning to see what’s new this week. You’ll have your pick of the crop with the central location of this home and acreage. Grow your own and sell the rest!
The Village of Millbrook is a cultural and social hub of the area. There are many events throughout the year like Antique Car Shows on the main street,
Ladies’ Nights, Millbrook Valley Trail events, arts, music, theatre events, and much more!
Millbrook’s period architecture has also drawn a lot of attention in recent years. It has been the backdrop for several films and will, no doubt,
continue to be, as new projects come to town.
With the temple located at 708 Ski Hill Road, you are in close proximity to this unique place.
The Buddhist Association of Canada chose nearby Bethany as the location for their spiritual centre. When fully developed, this will be
the single largest Buddhist complex outside China. The temple property is a rare and beautiful site to visit and perhaps learn more about these ancient beliefs.
Every year the Port Hope ACO offers historical home and garden tours. You’ll be guided through some of the most beautiful and stately homes our forefathers built.
There are also many other local community historical societies, too, including Millbrook. You can become a full-fledged member,
just volunteer to be on hand for a tour day, or take in the grandeur of these historic homes as a spectator.
“For most of its life, the lock’s dual lifts were the highest hydraulic boat lifts in the world, raising boats 65 ft (20 m)…”
Bethany “… is a gateway community, in that it services the local winter sport ski hill Devil’s Elbow just a few kilometers north of the village…”
Winter in the Kawarthas will not be outdone by summer with Devil’s Elbow so nearby in Bethany. Skiing and snowboarding await snow enthusiasts of all ages!
Take a Sunday drive from your new home and visit Windy Ridge. “Windy Ridge Conservation Area is an ideal spot for a relaxing walk, hike or snowshoe in the open air. This conservation area features a panoramic view from the lookout perched atop the area’s tallest ridge…”