Best Places to Live in Ontario – Vaughan

By: Sylvia Smith

Best Places to Live in Ontario – Vaughan

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Are you considering moving to Vaughan? Vaughan is a thriving and growing community. There are many reasons why you should seriously consider moving to Vaughan but I am going to only focus on 4 of them.

1. Location, Location

 

Vaughan is centrally located just north of Toronto with close proximity to many highways: 400, 401, 407 and 27. So commuting downtown east or western is never an issue or for that matter, Vaughan is also an easy skip out to Muskoka, cottage country.
 

Vaughan consists of a number of communities: Kleinberg, Maple, Woodbridge, Concord and Thornhill.


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The City of Vaughan is heavily investing in infrastructure changes and expanding roads. The new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre is currently under development which is creating a vibrant city centre for Vaughan that will bring jobs and housing to the area.


2.Things to Do

 

Wonderland
 

You will definitely not be bored in Vaughan. Spend a day at Canada’s Wonderland conquering your fear of heights, or shopping at Vaughan Mills Mall, appreciate Canadian art at McMichael Canadian Art Collection, spend family time at Legoland surrounded by a million Lego blocks, discover the entire world of reptiles at Reptilia, explore 1.6 kilometres of trails, forests and wildlife at Kortright Centre, go picnicking and a leisurely family trail walk at Boyd Conservation area, take your toddler for an adventure at Jungleland playground, spend a cold or rainy day playing laser tag or indoor mini-golf, or celebrate birthdays, throw parties at any of the fun indoor entertainment centres in Vaughan.
 


3. Public Transit
 

                                                                 Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, TTC



Vaughan has two Go Stations (Maple GO and Rutherford GO) and the recent addition of the TTC Subway stop at the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre brings Vaughan even closer to downtown Toronto. So if you want to go out for a night or day of fun and don’t want to drive you to have a number of options.


4. Great Family Location

 

Vaughan is a great family-oriented community with plenty to keep the family entertained. There are also many school options to pick from in Vaughan such as elementary schools, secondary schools, private schools and French immersions schools.

Are you sold on Vaughan yet? There are so many more reasons to seriously consider Vaughan as the place to live.  Reach out for more information on exciting developments in Vaughan; I have lived in many for many years.