#LiveHere in Georgina and you will already be home!
- The Town of Georgina on the shores of Lake Simcoe is a locality comprised of approximately 48,000 residents, located approximately 45 minutes north of Toronto, Ontario. Canada. You can access Georgina via Highway 404, Woodbine Avenue, or Highway 48.
The Town's small urban communities
include Keswick, Jackson's Point, Sutton, Pefferlaw, Port Bolster and Udora; each offer a lifestyle of carefree, lakeside living where no one area is more than a few short blocks from the water. Just about anything having to do with the lake, summer or winter, can be found & enjoyed here; The fishing is incredible. As well as being considered Toronto's backyard playground, Georgina is also known as the Ice Fishing Capital of Canada. Amazingly, for a lake so close to a major city, lake Simcoe has one of the highest fish populations of any freshwater lake on the continent. Species include perch, whitefish, lake trout, pickerel, bass and crappies.
In Georgina, everything you need is at your finger-tips. Here you can put the mad rush to and from "cottage country" and the insane traffic behind you.