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Old Oakville, Oakville

Established in 1827, this historic neighbourhood includes a mix of heritage homes, modern townhouses, and luxury condos, all within walking distance to downtown amenities, including shops and restaurants. With its lakefront paths and proximity to major highways, it offers both serene beauty and convenient commuting.

Neighbourhood Features

Parks and Recreation

The Oakville Club:
Established in 1907, The Oakville Club stands as a historic landmark, combining tradition with contemporary lifestyle amenities. Nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario, this exclusive club offers a unique blend of fitness, aquatics, tennis, and social experiences, fostering both active pursuits and community engagement. With its rich heritage and extensive sporting facilities, The Oakville Club has become a central hub for residents seeking both recreation and social connections.

Lakeside Park:
Situated on the Lake Ontario shoreline, Lakeside Park offers breathtaking waterside vistas, pristine sandy areas, and shaded picnic spots. It’s a favourite among families for beach outings, serene walks, and soaking up the stunning sunsets over the lake.

The Oakville Yacht Squadron:
Located on the picturesque shores of Lake Ontario at the mouth of Sixteen Mile Creek, this premier sailing club is dedicated to fostering the passion for sailing among its members and the wider community. Established in 1961, the OYS offers an array of sailing programs, including lessons, races, and social events, catering to both novices and seasoned sailors. The squadron’s commitment to promoting sailing excellence and camaraderie is evident in its vibrant community and well-organized events.

Neighbourhood Schools

Halton District School Board

New Central Public School

133 Balsam Drive, Oakville


Maple Grove Public School

288 Maple Grove Drive, Oakville


E.J. James Public School

338 Cairncroft Road, Oakville


Oakville Trafalgar High School

1460 Devon Road, Oakville


Halton Catholic District School Board

St. Vincent Catholic Elementary School

1280 Braeside Drive, Oakville


St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School

124 Dorval Drive, Oakville


Depending on your program choice, some schools are not local and may require bus transportation. School boundary changes and redirections are common.

For a complete and up-to-date list of schools and to determine which schools best meet your needs, please refer to the Halton District School Finder Tool and the Halton Catholic District School Finder Tool.


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Neighbourhood Favourites

Downtown Oakville:
The heart of Oakville, this beautiful, traditional Downtown is a blend of boutique stores, gourmet restaurants, and charming cafes. With its cobblestone pathways and historic architecture, it’s a delightful area for shopping, dining, and leisurely strolls.

Oakville Lighthouse:
This attraction stands as a testament to the town’s rich maritime history and heritage. Overlooking the serene waters of Lake Ontario, this iconic structure remains an enduring symbol of Oakville’s coastal legacy. Today, visitors can admire its timeless architecture, learn about its storied past, and enjoy breathtaking lakeside views.

Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts:
Experience the cultural pulse of Wedgewood Creek at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. This state-of-the-art facility hosts a myriad of performances ranging from theatre and dance to music concerts, ensuring that there’s always something captivating on the cultural calendar for residents and visitors.

Oakville Museum at Erchless Estate:
Step back in time and explore the rich history of Oakville at the Oakville Museum, housed within the historic Erchless Estate. This cultural gem showcases exhibits and artifacts that highlight the area’s heritage, offering an insightful journey into the community’s past. With engaging programs and events, the museum fosters a deeper connection to Glenorchy’s cultural roots.

Old Post Office Museum:
The Old Post Office is a testament to Canada’s rich architectural and historical legacy, having served as Oakville’s first post office from 1835 to 1952. Showcasing Neoclassical design elements, this iconic stone building stands as a poignant reminder of Oakville’s 19th-century life and communication methods. Today, it has been transformed into a museum, offering visitors an insightful journey through its storied past and the evolution of postal services in the region.


The Oakville GO Station, located a short distance away, provides efficient bus and rail services to downtown Toronto and other centres along the Lakeshore Corridor. Major highways, such as the QEW/ HWY 403, are easily accessible for a convenient commute to anywhere in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.

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