Mount Albert is located in the Town of East Gwillimbury, a close-nit and growing community. Residents have that rural feel that is just minutes outside of the Town of Newmarket and close to Toronto through an easy commute by YRT, GO train and close to Highways. There is a beautiful sense of community and preserved history with a cozy and inviting charm. Known for supporting local artisans and businesses and just a short distance for shopping, restaurants, Southlake Regional Hospital and the Upper Canada Mall.
Mount Albert Public School, Huron Heights High School and Newmarket High School provide excellent education uniting neighbouring communities. There are daycares available for new and growing families as well as, access to two community centres bringing everyone of all ages together.
Mount Albert Community Centre and Ross Family Complex have lots of activities, events, sports, clubs, access to splash pads, local parks and nature trails offering something for everyone. Close to family farms most notably the famous Brooks Farms has local farmers markets, year-round activities for everyone and their treasured Maple Sugar Trail where residents can participate in making your own homemade maple syrup.
Originally a farming community in the 1800’s but transitioned into a growing family friendly community Mount Albert maintains is railway historical roots by preserving the rich qualities and enhancing through new developments. The local Iron Horse Statue at Mount Albert P.S was constructed by a local blacksmith and artist and is preserved as an on-going time capsule allowing residents to share memories and come together. Visit the Sharon Temple a historical site known for its unique architecture and known for uniting the community together.
Mount Albert has something for everyone a great place to work, visit, raise a family or retire in this peaceful, friendly community.
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