5 Must-See Places Around Lake Simcoe.

Aspen Ridge Homes is excited to introduce Phase 2 of our new community, Simcoe Landing, which is situated just north of Toronto on Cook’s Bay. Warm up to the rural beauty and quaintness of Keswick as this picturesque environment is the perfect place to raise a family. If you are planning on making the move to Keswick or are just visiting, here is a guide to some local must-see places around the area to get you feeling settled in!

The Georgina Military Museum

The Georgina Military Museum is a non-profit, community-based organization which aims to showcase and educate the public on Canadian wartimes. The museum strives to present an insightful gaze into the struggles of war through an archive of artifacts and audio/visual presentations including life-sized replicas of tanks, military cargo and vehicles. The museum is located just a few minutes north of the Simcoe Landing community, making it an easy commute for the whole family!

Eildon Hall Museum

Located at Sibbald Point Provincial Park, the Eildon Hall Museum is a charming nineteenth-century heritage home turned museum nestled in the wilderness. Constructed and owned by the Sibbald family, the building opens its doors to the public allowing them to get a sense of domestic life in rural Ontario during that era.  An Ontario Historical Plaque was even erected by the province to commemorate Eildon Hall's role in Ontario's heritage. Costumed interpreters, treasured heirlooms, and priceless family stories await you. Please keep in mind that the Eildon Hall Museum is only open from July to August.


The ROC describes itself as York Region’s adventure headquarters, and who could argue? The ROC is an all-season outdoor adventure park that features activities such as rock climbing, snowboarding, archery and so much more!
Its facilities cover a total of 148.26 acres of land which provides a vivid natural backdrop for any special event. Don’t think The ROC is only for the kids - adults can join in on the fun as there are activities and amenities suitable for all ages.

Georgina Farmer’s Markets

The Georgina Farmers' Market features more than 30 local vendors offering a wide range of products including produce, meats, baked goods and crafts. Farmer’s markets are not only a great way to support and directly buy locally-grown food but also as a way to get to know the community and create some lasting relationships. The Georgina Farmer’s Markets will run every Sunday until October 29th.

Lake Simcoe

Defining the northern boundary of York Region is one of the region’s most cherished natural resources: Lake Simcoe. This is the fourth largest lake in Ontario. Lake Simcoe is an environmental haven - the shoreline is host to many summer cottages, a number of beaches, natural parks, regional forests, marinas and conservation areas. It’s also an epicenter for fishing that brings together anglers from all around the nation in both the summer and winter seasons. Residents of Simcoe Landing will definitely enjoy this incredible lake today and for future generations to come.