Clarington is a vibrant community with a historic downtown.

Savour seasonal produce grown by local farms at the farmers’ market or satisfy your appetite at Food Truck Alley. Find great hiking trails at Orono Crown Lands.

Filled with scenic farmlands, endearing townships, historical sites and outdoor adventures, Clarington begs to be explored.

Map of Clarington

Where is Clarington?

Clarington is located on the shores of Lake Ontario, within the Durham Region. The town is located approximately 90 kilometres east of Downtown Toronto.

The best way to visit Clarington is by car via Highway 407 or Highway 401.

Public transport access is provided by GO Transit to Oshawa GO, followed by a connection to Clarington operated by Durham Region Transit.

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Things to do in Clarington

Enjoy motorsports

Catch live motorsport action at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. Or rent supercars on-site and drive them around the Grand Prix Circuit for a thrilling high-speed experience.

Plan a high tea experience

Take a journey back in time with a visit to Tea Grannys & Friends (by appointment only) and relish a four-course Afternoon Tea Experience in an authentic Victorian Tea Salon setting.

Visit a waterpark

Cedar Park Resort is a family campground and water park. Covering 12 hectares, it includes numerous water slides, a mini golf course, picnic spots and camping facilities.

Plan a fishing trip

Bowmanville Creek and its ladder fish are popular spots for salmon and trout anglers. Additionally, it provides a great vantage point to view fish travelling upstream to spawn.

Explore the outdoors

Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park hosts interactive programs such as feeding tours, where you can get face-to-face with animals such as amur tigers, spider monkeys, cougars and more.

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Last updated: February 15, 2024

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