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Adventure Unbounded

Take time to connect and have fun close to home, while you discover all that the area has to offer

Visit the markets

Pick fresh strawberries in the summer and pumpkins in the fall at Linton’s Farm in North Oshawa, complete with a kid’s play area, animals, produce, jams and cheese. Or make North Oshawa’s Farmer’s Market a new Saturday Tradition.

Hit the slopes

Go skiing, snowboarding or tubing close by at Brimacombe, Lakeridge Resort, Skyloft Resort or Dagmar Ski Resort – all about a 25-minute drive away.

Picnic & play

Green spaces tailored for kids are everywhere. Spend the day at North Oshawa Park’s playground, sports field, gazebo, tennis courts and a skateboard park. Or head to the water where Lakeview Park boasts a splash pad, slides, volleyball and more.

Swim, skate, meet

Oshawa is rich in recreation and community centres. Book visits ahead of time and take advantage of all the facilities at the Civic Recreation Complex, offering sports enthusiasts 5 outdoor fields – 2 with artificial turf – to play to your heart’s content.

Dine locally

Indulge any craving in Oshawa. Rainbow Family Restaurant delivers on the diner front with retro decor and massive brunch portions. Colouring books and kid menus are on the table at Teddy’s Restaurant and Deli. Or get feel-good, fresh Mexican at Viva Burritos: burritos, tacos, quesadillas

School of Thought

Educate yourself on the ways you can rise towards higher learning at Homeward Hills. From a plethora of elementary and secondary schools that make the grade in offering premier education and activity, to post-secondary schools, such as Ontario Tech University and Durham College, that offer opportunity and connection.

Oshawa on the Rise

Booming tech

Boasting the fastest growth in the tech talent market from 2012 to 2017 (more than 70%), Oshawa is one of the fastest-growing small-city tech hubs in Canada.

Higher education

Thanks to Ontario Tech University and the location of major Trent University and Durham College campuses, there is a thriving post-secondary student population and culture.

Burgeoning industries

Oshawa is ranked as one of the most diverse economies in the country, with education, healthcare, professional services, and energy as its top employment sectors. Today over 10,000 businesses operate out of Oshawa.

Vibrant downtown

Downtown Oshawa offers an excellent range of dining and entertainment. It’s the only urban environment of its kind east of Toronto that plays host to local initiatives, such as the Sidewalk Café program and the Durham Craft Beer Festival.

Arts and culture

Oshawa has exemplary recreational facilities and a public library system that hosts a great variety of programs focusing on community and culture. Take in the festivals and events all year and don’t miss the exhibits at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.

Revel in the Journey

Homeward Hills is at the crossroads of connection and retreat, surrounding you with urban splendour and natural wonders, as well as a wealth of ways to head onward and beyond.

Stay connected

Directly on the GO, VIA line and Highway 407, Toronto is only 60 kilometres away. And thanks to frequent trains, a traffic-free commute into the city Is effortless.

Getaway with ease

A short hour or so drive up north will take you to the beautiful Kawarthas – or head to the charming waterfront trails of Port Granby, a mere 45 minutes from your doorstep.

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Homeward Hills


1040 Conlin Rd E, Oshawa


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