Milton has quickly turned into a growing, vibrant community with affordable houses for first time home buyers. The city has consistently ranked as one of the best places to invest in real estate in Ontario, according to Money Sense 2018.
With a charming downtown, Milton is brimming with small-town character and natural beauty. Exploring the city, you will find parks, gardens, historical monuments, local eateries, shopping and cafes.
What is there to do in Milton?
- You will find many conservation areas, campgrounds, hiking trails, and recreational areas, including Kelso Conservation Area, home of Lake Kelso, with a beach, boardwalk, and campsites.
- Rotary Park has a public pool, splash pad, tennis courts, and a baseball diamond.
- Community events include a weekly farmers market, the Milton Steam-Era Festival, the Milton Fall Fair, and the Downtown Milton Street Festival.
- The Mattamy National Cycling Centre is the only one of its kind in Canada and is a community recreation facility and a venue for provincial, national and international events.
- Visit the First Ontario Arts Centre, a place for shows and events, gallery exhibits, and art workshops.
Milton is part of the Halton District School Board and the Halton Catholic School Board. You will find both public and private schools, including a Montessori school, and The Ontario School for the Deaf.
Built in 1865, Waldie’s in downtown Milton, is the only blacksmith shop in Ontario still located on its original property.