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In The Park : Stirling Ontario

In The Park : Stirling Ontario

Heather Haggerty

Located just 20 minutes north of the 401 at Belleville, about halfway between Toronto and Montreal, this community of 2,000 urban residents offers a lifestyle unique to Ontario.  Surrounded by  rolling, hills and large dairy farms this area has much to offer.

A thriving Stirling Festival Theatre, up-to-date library, exceptional hockey arena, new soccer fields and several baseball diamonds at Stirling-Rawdon's public schools provide many recreational and educational opportunities.  And walking the tree-lined streets in the evening is still a safe and enjoyable experience.

Cultural activities beckon from the south but just a 30 minute drive to the north one has some of Ontario's most pristine wilderness lakes available.  The fishing is great, the air is fresh, and a quiet spot is not hard to find. Come and experience Stirling-Rawdon for yourself.  You may just decide to stay!

Above text from the Stirling-Rawdon website


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