Lot Size: 0.750 Acres
Year Built: New Build
Meaford offers a variety of activities and attractions for visitors and residents to enjoy, including:
Meaford is served by the Bluewater District School Board, which operates several schools in the area, including:
In addition to these traditional schools, Meaford also offers alternative education options, such as the Georgian Bay Native Friendship Centre and the Georgian Bay Alternate School.
Meaford has a rich and diverse history that dates back to the late 1700s. The area was originally inhabited by the Indigenous peoples, who used the land for hunting and fishing. In the late 1700s, European settlers arrived in the area, attracted by its fertile land and natural resources.
In the early 1800s, Meaford became a bustling hub of industry, with sawmills, shipbuilding yards, and agriculture being the main economic drivers. The town continued to grow and thrive throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries, and played an important role in World War II as a training ground for Canadian soldiers.
In recent decades, Meaford has transformed into a vibrant, modern community that offers a mix of urban conveniences and rural charm. The town has maintained its historical roots and continues to celebrate its rich heritage through events, festivals, and cultural attractions, while also embracing new growth and development opportunities.