Wilmot Township

The Township of Wilmot is a fast growing collection of beautiful neighbourhoods resting on gorgeous rolling farmland landscape. It’s also only a ten-minute drive East to Waterloo Region, which offers access to an abundance of convenient amenities. Homes in the area range from modern subdivisions to original historic. This area seems to continue to grow in popularity and is a perfect place to settle down.

Amenities

While more than half of Wilmot’s total population resides in the rapidly expanding towns of New Hamburg and Baden, there’s plenty to appreciate along the outskirts. Avid fishers, trailblazers and golfers can be along the banks of the Nith River. Just a moment from the front door, you’ll find both Foxwood Golf & Country Club and Rebel Creek Golf Club to enjoy.

Castle Kilbride, in the heart of Baden, is a perfect local attraction to help anyone’s passion for heritage and tradition. It is a great place to bring the family, you can find events, exhibits and even a museum.

Schooling / Child Care

The city of Waterloo has many options when it comes to schooling for people of all ages and in all stages of their life. A lot of the population in this area is brought forth by Waterloo’s expansive range of education options and its world-class Universities.

Waterloo Region is home to the University of Waterloo, recognized for its engineering programs and remains only a fifteen-minute drive from central Wilmot. Just as close by, you will find The University of Laurier, best known for its award-winning leadership and business programs. Not far from the universities, you have Conestoga College, one of Canada’s fastest growing College best known for its polytechnic education.

For families with young ones, there are many childcare and family oriented learning options to choose from, including a parent participating preschool, New Hamburg and Area Co-operative Preschool. Wilmot also offers a Family Resource Centre in New Hamburg to support its close-knit community.

Transit

The GRT is Waterloo’s public transport operator. It operates daily bus services for the region and once piloted in Wilmot, the Township and Regional Council have endorsed the service on a permanent basis, relying primarily on Route 77. The GRT website has information on schedules, fares and other important details for riders.

For those who like to run and bike, Wilmot provides various open pathways and trails along the river to explore, making cycling an efficient means of getting from town to town. This area is also populated with plenty of taxis and Uber drivers.

Parks
  • Hincks Park
  • William Scott Park
  • Schneller Park
  • Sir Adam Beck Community Park
  • Nith River Campground
  • Captain MacCallum Park
  • Constitution Park

There’s something for everyone at Baden’s 11-acre community park located just off Snyder’s Road. There are many options to choose from, the community park offers skateboarding, tennis, baseball and picnic areas for the family to enjoy. Sir Adam Beck offers ample group space, sports fields and washrooms to support all community activities.

A frequented trail in New Hamburg, Christner Trail, extends between Hostetler Road and Christner Road. This half kilometre, stone dust path winds through an old tree line and farm lane for young and seasoned hikers alike. For advanced hiking and exploration, check out the Avon Trail running from St. Mary’s to Conestogo. Through Wilmot, the Avon Trail involves 24km of trail containing both on and off-road segments.

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1447 Huron Road, wilmot, Ontario

1447 Huron Road

Wilmot, Ontario

6 Bedroom 7 Bathroom 6176 sqft
Rego Realty Inc.