Welcome to Clearview! There are so many things to see and do in Clearview that anyone would love to make it their home.

The Great Northern Exhibition is held annually offering animal shows, tractor pulls, concerts, a fair and much more. There is fun for the whole family!

Clearview is home to one of the smallest jailhouses in Canada - now a museum where you can see what it would be like to be a resident in a tiny cell for yourself. Clearview Public Library offers events that interest everyone from storytime and baby groups to adult art classes.

With so many exciting events and local points of interest, Clearview is sure to capture the hearts of all who visit.


If you love sports, this is the place for you. Clearview offers facilities for so many activities, the only problem you will have is which one to try first! If you love outdoor sports then visit one of the baseball or skate parks, take in a round at one of the golf courses, or practice tennis or basketball at a community park.

All year round, the bowling hall is available rain or shine. In the winter, enjoy hockey and skating in one of the many arenas or learn to curl at the curling rink.

Devil’s Glen Provincial Park offers a stunning view of the surrounding area and a peaceful setting for a hike, run, or bike ride. Come and relax in the therapeutic natural environment.

Creemore Springs Brewery is located in Clearview. Take a tour and see how beer is made. Try a sample and enjoy some Canadian made beer. The brewery also sponsors the annual Copper Kettle Festival where activities, music, delicious food and drinks can be enjoyed.

Do you love live music? Music, Market, and Parkit is held every Thursday night during the summer and involves a free concert, a farmers market, and classic car show.

There are so many ways to enjoy all the amenities that Clearview has to offer - stop in today and discover them for yourself!


Clearview was established on January 1, 2014 when the towns in the area including the village of Creemore, the town of Stayner, and the Townships of Nottawasaga and Sunnidale were amalgamated.

Creemore established its first settlement in 1842 while early settlement to the Stayner area occurred between 1851 and 1855 when a railroad line was constructed between Toronto, Ontario and Collingwood, Ontario. Agriculture and Lumber were the two largest trades in Stayner and helped it develop quickly into a larger and more established town in the area. It was incorporated as a village in 1872 and a town in 1888. Creemore was incorporated as a village in 1889. Nottawasaga and Sunnidale were incorporated as townships early on (1851 and 1858 respectively) but did not grow at the rate of Stayner and remained townships until the amalgamation in 1994. Come and discover the historic story for yourself!

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