Welcome to

Olde Oakville

Lakeside living with a touch of history makes Olde Oakville the place to be.

Olde Oakville is a place filled with history and culture. A hub for shopping, galleries, and gorgeous views, people come to Olde Oakville to visit the downtown core and take family trips to walk by the waterside. The charming neighbourhood is filled with lush green parks and faces Lake Ontario, where people who prefer to take their travels on the water enjoy sailing or yachting out of the Oakville Harbour.

As Olde Oakville is home to the downtown core of Oakville, it is also home to several different events in town, such as the Oakville Jazz Festival and Midnight Madness. A heritage district with several homes of historical significance, those who are interested in history and community find plenty of things to do in the area. The Oakville Museum offers further insight into the town’s history and is surrounded by beautiful pathways and green spaces that back onto Lake Ontario.

For those looking for local shopping areas, Olde Oakville features the downtown area, wrought with local businesses and boutique services. Take a day for yourself at one of the many spas, or pick up a handmade outfit at one of the small boutiques. Finish off your day with dinner at one of Oakville’s top fine dining restaurants, and walk home without worry. Olde Oakville is perfect for those who love community and supporting local.

The neighbourhood holds a variety of different home styles, from beautiful mansions on half-acre lots, luxury townhomes near the downtown core, to condo living by the waterside. Heritage homes litter the area in different styles, such as Tudor and English cottage houses. As a more affluent neighbourhood, the prices of these homes tend to be higher, but with that price comes gorgeous, updated buildings and a lifestyle that can’t be found anywhere else.

Commuting from Olde Oakville

Access to Toronto is easy in Olde Oakville, with the Trafalgar on-ramp of the QEW/403 highway a 5 to 10-minute drive away. The Oakville GO Station is within walking distance for transit commuters, making it an easy choice for the more environmentally conscious.

Key Features

Olde Oakville points of interest offer something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for small businesses, restaurants to visit, or a touch of history to dip your toes into, culture is found in every corner of this charming neighbourhood.

  • Historic Downtown Oakville
  • Oakville Museum
  • Oakville Place
  • Oakville Club
  • Town Square
  • Oakville Yacht Squadron
  • Oakville Harbour
  • Olde Oakville Market Place
  • Trafalgar Village
  • Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts
  • Oakville Public Library – Central Branch
  • Oakville GO Station

Schools

Olde Oakville offers schooling options for families whether they are looking for public, Catholic, or private education. Appleby College is a nationally renowned school with a beautiful campus, and Oakville Trafalgar High School is considered one of the best in the province. Olde Oakville schools include:

  • Appleby College
  • MacLachlan College
  • New Central Public School
  • Oakville Trafalgar High School *French Immersion
  • St. Mildred’s Lightbourn School
  • Chisholm Academy
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School

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