Springwater township is nested in a beautiful region conveniently close to Barrie, and right between Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe. The region has many parks, lovely landscapes, and there are a number of heritage sites throughout, a treat for history lovers.
Springwater is a hidden gem in the middle of Central Ontario. Springwater is a great place to raise a family with some of the best hiking trails, skiing resorts and cottage country in the province.
The township of Springwater is more populated than those that surround it, but despite this the town has maintained its village charm.
The natural landscapes of the region are host to a variety of recreational activities and events. Serene parks, lovely landscapes, peaceful hiking trails, and nearby ski hills are just a few of the great ways to pass the time in Springwater.
Springwater Township was formed in 1994 through the amalgamation of Flos and Vespra Townships. The joining of these two towns and the village of Elmvale and a portion of the former Township of Medonte saw the creation of Springwater. The township has grown in demography over the years as the communities of Anten Mills, with its great mills Crown Hill, with its great landscapes of clubs, parks and golf courses, Elmvale, Hillsdale, Midhurst and Minesing have continually grown.
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