Explore Uxbridge

Nestled in the picturesque Durham Region, Uxbridge is known for its idyllic countryside, rich heritage, and vibrant community spirit.  Whether you are seeking a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city or a place to raise a family, you will find Uxbridge to be an inviting and fulfilling place to live.

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Quaker Meeting House


Uxbridge, Ontario, has a rich history that dates back to its founding in 1806. Originally inhabited by the Indigenous peoples of the Huron-Wendat and Mississauga tribes, the area attracted European settlers who recognized its potential for agriculture and industry. The first settlers in the area were Quakers who started arriving in 1806 from the Catawissa area of Pennsylvania. The town grew steadily with the arrival of mills along the local streams, which powered the production of lumber, flour, and wool. Uxbridge became a vital transportation hub in the mid-19th century with the construction of the Toronto & Nipissing Railway and Uxbridge's first train station, connecting it to the expanding urban centres of Toronto and beyond. Throughout its history, Uxbridge has preserved its heritage through the restoration of historical buildings and the establishment of the Uxbridge Historical Centre, which celebrates the town's pioneer roots. Today, Uxbridge retains its small-town charm while embracing modern amenities and fostering a thriving community that values its past while looking towards the future.


Discover a wide range of amenities and activities that cater to various interests. Take a leisurely stroll along our historic Main Street, lined with quaint shops, cozy cafes, and delightful restaurants serving both local and international cuisines. If you're an outdoor enthusiast, you'll be delighted by our extensive trail network, including the renowned Trans Canada Trail, which offers breathtaking views of our natural landscapes.

Elgin Park
Elgin Park

Uxbridge, Ontario offers a wide range of activities and attractions that cater to diverse interests. Nature lovers can explore the expansive trail network, including the renowned Trans Canada Trail, for hiking, biking, and bird-watching. The nearby Uxbridge Countryside Preserve and Durham Regional Forest provide opportunities for outdoor adventures. History enthusiasts can visit the Uxbridge Historical Centre, which showcases the town's heritage through exhibits and guided tours. Main Street (Brock Street) boasts charming shops, cozy cafes, and delectable restaurants, perfect for leisurely strolls and delightful culinary experiences. Throughout the year, Uxbridge hosts a vibrant array of events and festivals, offering something for everyone to enjoy. From the Uxbridge Fall Fair showcasing agricultural displays, live entertainment, and thrilling rides, to the Uxbridge Farmers' Market featuring locally sourced products and artisans, there's always something to look forward to. The Uxbridge Studio Tour highlights the town's talented artists, providing a unique opportunity to explore their studios and appreciate their creations. Additionally, seasonal celebrations such as Canada Day festivities, Christmas parades, and summer concerts bring the community together, fostering a sense of joy and togetherness.

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Uxbridge Downtown Revitalization Conceptual Ideas



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