Known as “Canada’s Trail Capital,” the Township of Uxbridge features over 220 kilometres of trails running through historic communities and forested lands.

There is plenty to do in the Uxbridge area, from exploring the vibrant arts community to enjoying its numerous outdoor recreation opportunities.

Map of Uxbridge

Where is Uxbridge?

Uxbridge is located approximately 65 kilometres northeast of the Greater Toronto Area. It is nestled in a picturesque valley along the northern slope of the Oak Ridges Moraine.

The town and its surrounding area are best explored by car, although local transit options are provided by GO Transit and Durham Region Transit. The nearest major airport is Toronto Pearson Airport.

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Things to do in Uxbridge

Discover local history

Explore a collection of more than 10,000 historical artifacts at the Uxbridge Historical Centre.

Book a firepit to roast s’mores

Take advantage of beautiful winter days and cozy up near a fire pit at Banjo Cider to roast s’mores and enjoy hot mulled cider. Check their website for firepit days and reserve ahead.

Visit a historical memorial

Built in 1935, the Thomas Foster Memorial is a popular attraction that was inspired by the Taj Mahal.

Hike the trails

Put on your hiking shoes to explore Uxbridge’s extensive trail system.

Go to a fall fair

Celebrate fall at the Uxbridge Fall Fair, featuring a classic midway, farm animal shows, tractor pulls, food vendors and much more.

Travel on a historic train

Ride the rails aboard a vintage train from York-Durham Heritage Railway.

Points of interest

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Last updated: March 31, 2024

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