Top Neighbourhoods For Families In Orangeville

Knowing the top neighbourhoods in Orangeville for families is very important to consider before purchasing a home. Are you wanting to move to Orangeville with the family but don’t know the best neighbourhood for families? Well, I’m going to take you through 3 of the best neighbourhoods in Orangeville for families so you can be assured and make the right decision.


Cardinal Woods

The subdivision is located in Mono, but is conveniently located close to Orangeville for dining and shopping. This is a fantastic neighborhood to raise your family. It is located close to highway 10 making an easier commute for commuters. The house sizes are great for growing families and it is close to many activities. If you like cross country skiing, it has you covered. Cardinal Woods is close to Monora Park for hiking and cross country skiing.

The public school nearby is Mono Amaranth and Orangeville District for the high school. For Catholic’s schools, you little ones would go to St. Benedict Elementary School, and your older children to Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School. My children have gone to Robert F Hall and I love that school.


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Veteran's Park

Veteran’s park is Orangeville’s newest subdivision. Veteran’s Park is a fabulous place to raise your children. There is a basketball court nearby, a trail, and an awesome hill for tobogganing. You will also see families skating on the pond nearby. It’s wonderful to see the kids playing hockey there, making it one of the top neighbourhoods in Orangeville.

Veteran’s park is made up of detach and townhouses. Schools in this area are Credit Meadows Elementary School and Orangeville District Secondary School. For the Catholic school board, your little ones would go to St. Andrew Elementary School, and the high schoolers, Robert F Hall Catholic Secondary school.


Credit Springs Meadows

The last but not least neighbourhood I am going to share with you is Credit Springs Meadows. This is my favourite neighborhood in Orangeville. Credit Springs Meadow is also known as Young Court. I love this Orangeville neighbourhood because most people don’t think of luxury when they think of this small town. But here we are! This luxury subdivision is surrounded by conservation land and with large two storeys and bungalow estates on lots up to 1 acre. Credit Springs is great for families who want to be away from the hustle and bustle of the town, but close enough to enjoy Orangeville amenities.

Schools are Spencer Avenue Elementary School and Westside Secondary School. For the Catholic School District, it is St. Andrew Elementary School and Robert F Hall Catholic Secondary School.


Now that you know 3 of the best neighborhoods in Orangeville for families, you may also be interested in learning about what I love and hate about living in Orangeville.

In this blog you will learn what I love about living in Orangeville and what drives me crazy.

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