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Discover Stouffville

With so many things to see and do, we’ve pulled together activities and ideas to make sure you get the most out of your visit. We invite you to discover all that Stouffville has to offer.   

Things to See & Do

No matter if you are young or old, an athlete, a history buff, an art lover, a family looking for fun activities, or you just want to spend some quality time in the beautiful countryside away from the urban bustle, Stouffville has something for you. From hiking trails, treetop adventures, trout fishing, horseback riding, golf and mini golf, to art galleries, museums, concerts, theatre productions, festivals, and family traditions, such as picking your own strawberries, pumpkins and Christmas trees, there are always exciting activities to do and interesting things to see throughout Whitchurch-Stouffville.

Unique Places to Shop

Step back in time to the days when the local merchant offered one-of-a-kind, locally sourced products along with personal service to compliment name brand, international merchandise. That is what you will find in Whitchurch-Stouffville, with a range of shops that includes natural and organic products, unique gifts, fine woodwork, specialty meat, coffee, farm fresh produce, sporting goods, and handmade crafts, to name just a few. You can even sign up for crafts workshops to inspire your own unique creations.

Where to Eat & Drink

Fine dining with a lakeside view… Lunching and sipping wine at a European-style vineyard… Relaxing with a coffee and fresh baked goods in an intimate café… Sampling pub grub and draft beer in an English-style tavern… Savouring some delectable ice cream on a warm summer day… Brunch or dinner at a family-friendly restaurant… Authentic ethnic food from Asian to Greek and Italian… Listening to live music with friends while drinking and dining on a patio. All of these and more make up the gastronomic experience to be found in our region.

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.