A beautiful tight-knit community between the towns of Hamilton and Mississauga in the Halter Region of Ontario, Canada.

Welcome to Milton

A sprawling suburban community with an abundance of lovely green spaces

Milton is a beautiful tight-knit community between the towns of Hamilton and Mississauga in the Halter Region of Ontario, Canada. The next town inland from Oakville with access to the spectacular Lake Ontario is minutes away. A residential neighborhood spread out and has a rural feel due to the high number of conservation parks in the area.

Sixteen Mile Creek runs through town, offering residents high-end homes with views of the water in a serene setting. Professionals commuting into the larger cities of Toronto or Hamilton can catch the train at Milton Station. Those that prefer to drive can reach Toronto in about 45-minutes.

What to Love

  •  A sprawling community with a small-town feel
  • Upscale living along Sixteen Mile Creek
  • Numerous conservation parks great for hiking
  • The big city amenities of Toronto are just 45-minutes away

Local Lifestyle

Milton is a wonderful community to be a part of, as residents are close-knit and appreciate living in a spacious suburb. Those seeking an active lifestyle can take advantage of the outdoor activities offered at the many green spaces, golf courses, Sixteen Mile Creek, and Lake Ontario.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Milton has excellent restaurants and boutique-style shops along Main Street downtown. Marquee Steakhouse & Piano Lounge is the perfect place to pair delicious food with music entertainment. Entrees with a modern twist range from steak, seafood, and pasta dishes. A cozy eatery to dine at for mouth-watering steaks, pasta, and wood-fired pizzas is Pasqualino, where they pride themselves on using the highest quality ingredients. 

In the historic Thompson Hotel is the outstanding La Toscana, where you can enjoy your favorite Italian dishes in elegance.

At Goodfellas Wood Oven Pizza, diners can bite into a wood oven pizza made with rustic Italian flavors Neapolitan-style. Whether starting your day or meeting up with friends, Coffee Culture Café has top-quality coffee and an assortment of baked goods, sandwiches, and salads. Locals can gather and find fresh produce, baked goods, and more at the Milton Farmers’ Market held each Saturday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.

Things To Do

Milton is one of the fastest-growing communities in Canada, so it should come as no surprise that there are many activities in which residents can participate. There are five large Conservation Parks for locals to explore the beautiful green spaces. They are Rattlesnake PointHilton FallsCrawford LakeMountsberg, and Kelso. Hiking or biking on the many trails, fishing, bird watching, and picnicking are some fun recreational interests to pursue. Notable courses that any avid golfer would enjoy playing on are the private Rattlesnake Point Golf Club,Trafalgar Golf & Country Club, and Greystone Golf Club. Members can make use of the clubhouses, excellent dining, and social connections.

Each spring and summer, Springridge Farm welcomes locals to stop by the 19th-century barn with selections of fresh produce, baked goods, preserves, and gifts. The beauty and delightful scents of lavender will greet you as you step foot onto Terre Bleu Lavender Farm in the summer months. Take a tour of the lavender fields and learn how lavender is distilled to create several products such as essential oil, soaps, and lotions.


Milton is proudly served by the Halton District School Board. Some of its exemplary schools are: