Town of Orangeville

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Founded: 1863orangeville

Population: 27,975

Km from Toronto: 79


Of course you’ll stroll downtown with its superb restaurants and funky shops, but there’s more to this artistic, treelined town. Side streets reveal restored Victorian homes, its professional theatre debuts major Canadian plays, and the free Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival invites you into dozens of town hotspots that host some 80 acts.


IMPORTANT: The ghosts reported in the Orangeville Library are messy but harmless.


Welcome to the Town of Orangeville, where you can admire the scenic landscapes from numerous trails, a canoe on the water at Island Lake Conservation Area or from aboard the Credit Valley Explorer Tour Train which travels along a rail route established 130 years ago. Be captivated by the creative beauty of over 50 unique tree sculptures, mesmerized by live first-class theatre performed by Theatre Orangeville or delighted as you stroll through the galleries and exhibits of a thriving arts community. You can spend your day wandering through an excellent selection of charming stores and boutiques in historic downtown Orangeville or enjoy a delicious meal served at one of the many fine restaurants located throughout Town. You can visit one of our local events, relax in one of our parks or simply discover the area at your leisure. Whatever you do, you are sure to treasure your time in Orangeville, the ‘Heart of the Hills’.