Come and discover Beaverton! Beaverton offers so many rich and wonderful experiences to all those who visit, who wouldn’t want to call this communtiy home? Looking for a bit of culture? How about a night at the theatre? The Beaverton Town Players offer productions several time throughout the year for the community to enjoy.
Do you love the outdoors? Enjoy a round of golf or take a canoe out on Lake Simcoe. There are so many wonderful ways to enjoy nature here in Beaverton, you be sure to find the perfect one for you.
Beaverton also houses several fairs and festivals throughout the year that the whole family will love. Community events and local amenities make Beaverton the ideal place to call home.
Welcome to Beaverton - a boater’s dream!
Located on Lake Simcoe, Beaverton offers opportunities for many water sports including kayaking, windsurfing, jet skiing and boating. WIth a harbour and yacht club, those who love to sail will fit right in. The beach with splash pad ensures that everyone, even the kids, will have fun in the water.
If you prefer to enjoy the outdoors on land, then take a hike, go for a bike ride or spend the afternoon on horseback. Delight in the beautiful nature that surrounds you. A round of golf can also be a great way to relax and unwind in Beaverton.
In the colder months, enjoy many winter sports at the local arena and curling club.
Looking for a unique local experience? Then take in a movie at Beaverton’s Strand Theatre - opened in 1940, it is the oldest movie theatre in Canada. With its historical architecture and unique displays, this is a truly wonderful way to spend a night at the movies.
In 1822, Beaverton’s first settlement was established. Located at the mouth of the Beaver River, it was first named Beaverton in 1835 when the post office was built. Using pine from the Talbot River, 17 kilometers away, the first church was built in 1853. Named Old Stone Church, it still stands today and is recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada. Beaverton Town Hall was built in 1911 and is also still standing in the town to this day.
Beaverton was incorporated as a village in 1884 and joined the Brock Township in 1974, establishing itself as part of Durham Region.
With many historic buildings remaining to this day, including the Strand Theatre, the Old Stone Jail and several houses from the early settlement, Beaverton offers any visitor a chance to step back in time and experience the early days of life in this town.
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