Creemore is just off the beaten path. The village is nestled into the beautiful Niagara Escarpment and a walk down the main street transports you to a simpler time. Smiling neighbours and friendly shopkeeps welcome you to their community, while independent restaurateurs and business owners can’t wait to share their passions. Home to Creemore Springs Brewery and North America’s smallest jail, the community hosts a weekly farmers’ market and many annual events, offering ample opportunity for visitors and residents to come together to celebrate rural Ontario living.
Saturday, May 26, 2018
An eclectic vintage market, furniture painting demonstrations, a gypsy caravan, fashion models and more!
Saturday, May 26, 2018
Inspired by the vintage rides of Europe, Turas Mór – meaning ‘Great Journey’ in Gaelic – is a cycle route taking your down gravel and non-gravel roads through the rolling hills of Creemore.
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Bring Your Dad for a Day of Lumberjack Fun and celebrate with ax throwing, wood-fired food and delicious local beer. Take part in hands on activities.
Saturday, July 14, 2018
The beautiful buildings and tree-lined main street of Creemore provides the perfect backdrop for a classic car show. This year enjoy a battle of the brands.
Saturday, August 4, 2018
This free event is a celebration of children and their creativity. Music, activities and more make for a perfect outing for the entire family.
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Folks will enjoy live music, great food and drink, brewery tours, a local makers market, kids’ activities, classic cars & much more!
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Our traditional kick off to the holiday season the parade is a fun community event finished off with a visit from the jolly old elf himself.
Built in 1892 at a cost of $425.20, Creemore’s jail is the smallest 3-cell structure in Ontario and possibly all of North America. The jail is open to the public in the summer and is located next to a restored log cabin with history host on hand each Saturday.
With Creemore Springs Brewery and several cafes and restaurants there are many flavours on offer. From coffee to cassoulet; wings to wine and beef to beer there is something for everyone to enjoy. Our food retailer provide basic needs and specialty items.
When walking on our main street you can see the beautiful Purple Hills, our little piece of the Niagara Escarpment. At the Foot of Mill Street you can picnic on the banks of the Mad River, but don’t stop there… take a hike on the nearby NCC’s Creemore Preserve or enjoy a ride through our hills and valleys.
A butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker – we have all that plus a few lawyers, realtors, boutiques and more. Check out the Creemore Echo’s business listings for more details as well as a list of accommodations nearby.
Creemore is just one hour North of Pearson International Airport, 30 minutes west of Barrie and about 25 minutes south of Collingwood in Clearview Township. It is a perfect day trip for those seeking a vigorous bike ride or a beautiful country drive.
This is the website of the Creemore BIA. We are a group of dedicated volunteers, business and property owners dedicated to the improvement of business within our designated area. We work closely with Cleariew Township to ensure our community is a thriving and prosperous one and that a visit to our village is one worth taking.